Make Severance Easier for Your Human Resources Team

Publisher: Transition Services Inc.

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Make Severance Easier for Your Human Resources Team

The mere thought of severance is often enough to frustrate any HR professional - not only because its underlying meaning points to organizational difficulty, but also because the administrative challenges posed by the process place more burden on an already-struggling Human Resources team. In the case of a reduction in force, maintaining employee goodwill is typically one of a company's concerns - how a termination is managed is a significant determinant of that outcome.