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The 7 Worst Mistakes Companies Make When Laying Off Employees
From mass layoffs via conference calls to withholding vacation payouts and severance, these are the worst tactics I've seen.
How to Do Right By Employees -- and the Company -- During a Workforce Change Like the Recent Tesla Firings
Whatever the reason for workforce reductions, companies must take the time to plan and employ best practices.
Here's How This Company Is Adding Robots But Also Keeping Its Workers
Boxed is one company that's playing the long game when it comes to boosting efficiency with automation.
LeEco Lays Off Staff and Will Scale Back its U.S. Presence
Eyeing a smartphone or TV from the Chinese electronics giant? Better act quickly, since the company is laying off staff and planning to limit marketing efforts.
Pepsi Is Laying Off Up to 100 Workers in Philadelphia and Blaming a 2-Month-Old Soda Tax
The layoffs, which account for roughly 20 percent of Pepsi's 423 Philadelphia employees, will begin Wednesday and be spread out over the next few months.
Dignity and the Pink Slip: What Are You Doing to Bring Decency to the Process?
Communicating with, rather than avoiding, someone who's been terminated helps ease that experience's painful effects.
How Getting Fired Could Be the First Step Toward a Better You
Few things are more motivating than losing your job. Don't squander this opportunity to learn about yourself and embrace a new direction.
Female Executives Left Yahoo at Unusually High Rate This Year
It was not clear why there was such a marked decline in the proportion of women leaders at Yahoo, which is led by Silicon Valley's most powerful female CEO, Marissa Mayer.