Tag Archive for: Citigroup

21
Sep

We’ve been conducting research on organizational downsizing for more than two decades, but even so, it is next to impossible to keep up to date on downsizing activity in the U.S. and around the globe. ¬†Nonetheless, we’ll post here some of the downsizing efforts taking place that we don’t comment on elsewhere in our blog. […]

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27
Jan

Even though we believe that layoffs should be used as a last resort, and have the published research to support it, there do come times when it’s necessary to lay off employees.¬† That’s why it was good to see Simon Constable in the Wall Street Journal recently recommend several ways in which to do it […]

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19
Nov

In our published research on how to downsizing effectively and in ways that preserve morale, one of the issues we didn’t think about tackling was the need for individuals to diversify their pensions and other savings well before any downsizing effort took place.¬† I guess we just assumed that people diversified their savings as part […]

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