Making someone redundant is probably one of the hardest things that managers have to do. Even if there is a clear justification for letting someone go, the act of sitting employees down and telling them they are no longer needed is emotionally difficult.
It is tempting to think that it makes little difference if the process is handled correctly or not, but the reality could not be more different. Poorly managed redundancies can do considerable damage to your business. This paper will outline how to lay people off fairly to ensure that the layoff process goes as smoothly as possible and the benefits of doing so.
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