Adapting to the new normal after company layoffs

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While company layoffs are never a pleasant experience, organizations should make an effort to cushion the blow for their people. Just because an experience is uncomfortable does not mean that it has to be miserable or damaging for those let go, and those remaining. Laying off an employee goes beyond just a financial impact, and can affect their feelings of self-worth and some of their closest relationships. 

We often talk about how to layoff employees gracefully, but we don’t always consider what comes next. Layoffs can be just as stressful for remaining employees as for

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