Cresting the curve

Black, Octavius
January 2009
People Management;1/1/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p45
The article suggests ways to cope with personnel changes within the organization. When bad news strikes, try not to deny its effects. An employee who fools himself that he has accepted the change only delays recovery. An employee should take charge. He may not stop the company from making job cuts, but he can prepare for a new start by seeking additional training.


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