Proper Planning & Considerations When RIFs are Unavoidable

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Quick Summary

Once a company determines that a Reduction In Force ("RIF") is necessary, the difficult work is customarily undertaken by a team of legal counsel, operations, and human resources professionals to devise and implement a plan that accomplishes the economic objectives with the least amount of workforce disruption, while also minimizing the risks of litigation.

Before your team gets started, consider this checklist of 15 practical steps, related considerations and useful links in advance of any RIF.

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