Corporates find ways to break layoff news without breaking employee morale

There might be many humane examples of companies parting ways with their talent

Shubhomoy Sikdar Business Standard

nConversations become easier when parting has more to do with extraneous

Apeksha Gupta (name changed) was half expecting a round of lay-offs at the multinational corporation she was working in given the slowdown in the industry, but when she and some others on the list cam

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First Published: Sep 15 2019 | 8:03 PM IST

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