Why Deep Layoffs Hurt Long-term Recovery

Zimmerman, Eilene
November 2001
Workforce;Nov2001, Vol. 80 Issue 11, p48
Addresses issues concerning corporate downsizing in the United States. Statistics on layoffs in 2000-2001; Objectives of the layoff plans of American Airlines Inc.; Ways in which companies can cause long-term damages for its layoffs; Key factor considered by Cisco on its layoff plans.


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