Seven Practices for Implementing Reductions-in-Force Without Everything Grinding to a Halt
A recent Harvard Business Review article revealed that voluntary turnover increased by an average of 31% following even a relatively small lay-off of just 1% of the employee population. It seems as if every organization has had the experience of reducing their employee base. For some companies, a reduction-in-force is a major disruption to the business, sapping energy from the organization and requiring additional time and resources for the enterprise to regroup and regain momentum. Yet, some organizations, working in concert with strategic partners, approach downsizing utilizing a well-developed business process and are able to move forward smoothly and successfully.
In this webcast you will learn:
Real-life lessons from a panel of experts
As a result of attending this webcast you'll gain strategic and practical insights that enable reductions with minimum disruption and maximum result. Attendees will also be provided with a checklist to assess your organization's practices against those with proven success.