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In today’s fast-paced corporate world, the term RIF reduction in force is often used when companies need to control costs, and it involves laying off employees. According to studies, 75% of employees that survive a RIF say their productivity has declined. Those that stay are more likely to leave and feel less engaged with their work. At Corban OneSource, we serve companies of all sizes, ranging from 75 to 6,000 employees, and understand the tremendous impact of such an event on not only the employees being laid off but also those remaining. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to boost morale during such times.