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Take These Three Steps At The First Sign That Layoffs Are Coming

A layoff isn't necessarily a catastrophe, especially if you can snap into action at the first signs that your job may be in trouble. A layoff isn't necessarily a catastrophe, especially if you can snap into action at the first signs that your job may be in trouble. When someone from HR tapped me on the shoulder and invited me to join her for a private conversation, I knew what was coming.
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