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the act of laying off an employee or a work force

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The distribution of extended layoffs by the size of the layoff shows an interesting picture, too.
For example, Rennie and his colleagues discovered that the year layoffs occur, CEOs of layoff firms receive 19.
For the year after a layoff occurred, CEOs of those firms received 22.
PALMDALE - Palmdale School District trustees have accepted an administrative law judge's ruling that affirmed the layoffs of 10 teachers.
Cascio computed financial performance averages for the three years prior to the announced layoff ("pre-downsizing") and three years following the year of downsizing ("post-downsizing").
An arbitrator has ruled that US Airways should have first offered voluntary layoffs to its flight attendants before implementing layoffs.
The employees affected by the layoffs will be offered severance pay and outplacement counseling.
But if you are selecting this individual for layoff based on job performance, have you clearly documented the performance problems and given the employee a fair chance to fix them?
The most prized characteristic on the list of employees who escape the layoff list is that they really want to stay.
This law provides protection to workers by requiring employers with 100 or more employees to provide notice 60 days in advance of certain specified events that result in large scale or mass layoffs, such as plant relocations (when the employer moves 100 or more miles away) and closures.
It remains to be seen whether this is an indication that office markets are on the verge of a sustainable recovery or simply experiencing a lull prior to further layoff an nouncements in the fourth quarter," read part of Cushman & Wakefield's research report.
An extended mass layoff is defined as a layoff of at least 31 days that involves 50 or more individuals from a single establishment.