|Where Did Everyone Go?|
|Topic||Managing Individuals and Teams|
|Key Words||layoffs, stress, productivity|
|InfoTrac Reference|| A94139273
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As companies are laying off
workers in record numbers, keeping one's position means taking on the
work of those who left in addition to your own for no more money, or sometimes
for less money. Not to mention, excelling at the job so you aren't the
victim of layoffs, round two. The effort required in doing work for which
you weren't trained can be demoralizing to the individual, and damaging
to the organization.
|Source||Lisa Takeuchi Cullen, "Where Did Everyone Go?," Time November 18, 2002, p. 62.|
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