Are there ways in which employers can reduce court costs by using civilized contraction methods? It turns out to be there.
Reducing without harm to health
What threatens companies with mass layoffs? First, troubles with trade unions. Secondly, claims and litigation, the complication of relations with executive authorities, the nervous situation at the enterprise, the loss of loyalty, etc. The reduction of staff always has negative consequences, which can not be affected at once and which can not always be foreseen. This is the loss of consumer loyalty, and the loss of a worthy image, and the movement of employees against the organization that fired them. Therefore, if there is a need for layoffs, they should be pursued in order to maximally facilitate the participation of abbreviated employees. Continue reading