Airbnb’s CEO Shows All Businesses How to Conduct Layoffs

Evil HR Lady

The Covid-19 shutdowns have struck the travel industry, and so it’s no surprise that Airbnb needs to layoff workers. He released a letter to Airbnb staff , explaining the layoff. To keep reading, click here: Airbnb’s CEO Shows All Businesses How to Conduct Layoffs.

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3 Benefits Of Working A Temporary Job Following A Layoff

Career Realism

Once the shock of a layoff begins to wear off, an impacted employee has to make a host of important decisions. However, to fill the gap of time between a layoff and finding a new full-time job in your desired industry, it may be necessary to work a temporary or part-time job.

2020 79

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How To Successfully Change Careers After A Layoff

Career Realism

A career change should not be an impulse decision or strictly driven by the trauma of a layoff. For many workers being laid off or furloughed is a scary thought, and unfortunately this scary thought is becoming a reality for many as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.

2020 75

The Coronavirus Has Been Devastating for Some Companies. 6 Questions to Ask Before You Consider Layoffs

Evil HR Lady

I’m talking about layoffs. Layoffs are expensive and they are only getting more costly. 6 Questions to Ask Before You Consider Layoffs. 6 Questions to Ask Before You Consider Layoffs appeared first on Evil HR Lady

2020 181

2 in 5 College Grads Fear for Their Careers Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Ms. Career Girl

Graduates will not only be competing against other recent grads but also those who are looking for reemployment after a layoff or furlough. Coronavirus-related layoffs have become a regular occurrence, and it seems that no one is immune.

2020 150

How to Walk Away from Something That Isn’t Working for You

Ms. Career Girl

The company did well enough, but it had a major downsizing, which led to a layoff (another FAILURE), which led to a career change. From a young age we are taught to, “Finish what you start.” Keep your eye on the prize.” And, “clean your plate.”

2020 242

Chesky at Airbnb and the Process for Mapping and Communicating a Layoff.

HR Capitalist

My friend and colleague Patrick Lynch at CMP did a post over the weekend on the recent layoffs at Airbnb, covering a letter that founder and CEO Brian Chesky sent out to employees covering the move to layoff 25% of the workforce at the hospitality sector giant.

2020 68

updates: the coworker pajama party, lying about layoffs, and more

Ask A Manager

updates: the coworker pajama party, lying about layoffs, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. It’s a special “where are you now?” season at Ask a Manager, when I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past.

2020 81

Furloughs/Layoffs During COVID-19: Best Delivered Via Video or an Analog Call?

HR Capitalist

The gist of that post is as follows - a LOT of companies over the last two weeks have communicated bad news (personal news of impact due to furlough/layoff) to groups of employees at the same time, which is about as far from a best practice as you can get.

2020 70

can I ask my boss if layoffs are coming?

Ask A Manager

If significantly less students enroll, budgets may shrink and that may result in layoffs. When is it okay to start asking my supervisor about the possibility of layoffs? can I ask my boss if layoffs are coming? layoffs outsideA reader writes: I am an admin at a large public university that has gone fully remote.

2020 46

I Got Fired in My Dream Last Night, and My Dream Boss Did It Wrong

Evil HR Lady

This termination was a clear layoff–as stated by the consultant–it was due to a business decision and affected everyone at my imaginary level. For a layoff, you don’t need to pack up and ship their stuff. Do you have stress dreams?

2020 220

How Recent College Grads Can Find A Job Despite Mass Layoffs

Career Realism

When times are tough, mass layoffs happen in almost every industry. Here are three things recent college graduates should do to find a job despite mass layoffs: 1. But, what do you do if you're a recent college graduate looking for your first job?

2020 60

Time on Your Hands? – Get Valued Credentials Online

Sklover Working Wisdom

No, not at all, but it is the first thing that is likely to get you the interviews, the “call backs,” and the label “a real keeper” when either hiring is underway, or layoffs are under consideration. as many now have due to the coronavirus “social distancing” furloughs and layoffs.

2020 130

how do I manage my stress and stay (reasonably) positive in the face of impending layoffs?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My company recently announced that they’re looking at the possibility of significant layoffs in the reasonably near future (6-8 weeks). You may also like: we're being asked to choose our own pay cuts requiring people to be on time, advance warning of layoffs, and more managers pushing us to work harder while we wait to be laid off how do I manage my stress and stay (reasonably) positive in the face of impending layoffs? ask the readers layoffs the plague

2020 49

How To Network During Coronavirus

Career Realism

Career advice Podcasts Best podcasts to listen to 2020 Coronavirus Coronavirus effects Coronavirus causing layoffs Networking advice Networking tips Networking strategy Networking on linkedin NetworkingWhether you've been laid off, or are afraid you might be, you need to be prepared.

2020 73

How ‘Workshares’ Can Help You Keep Employees on the Payroll

Evil HR Lady

The gut answer a layoff. Most jobs cannot be done exclusively at home. Essential employees who cannot work at home need to go into work, but what can you do for your non-essential employees who can’t do their jobs from home?

2020 171

How to Lay Off Employees When Everyone Is Remote

Evil HR Lady

With stores shut and parties canceled, layoffs make complete sense. Layoffs should be done face to face , and the employee’s direct manager should be the person to deliver the bad news. How do you layoff when employees are already home?

2020 168

updates: none of my coworkers have contacted me after my layoff, and more

Ask A Manager

None of my coworkers have contacted me after my layoff. I was the OP of the “none of my coworkers have contacted me after my layoff” post published 10/31/19. It’s a special “where are you now?” season at Ask a Manager, when I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Here are three updates from past letter-writers. I appreciate it! Seeing that others went through the same experience was healing in itself.

2020 51

5 Skills That Will Be In Demand After COVID-19

Career Realism

Career advice Podcasts Best podcasts to listen to 2020 Coronavirus Coronavirus effects Coronavirus causing layoffs What to do if you can't pay your mortgage What to do if you get laid off What to do if you lose your job Can't pay my mortgage

2020 67

5 Skills That Will Be In Demand After COVID-19

Career Realism

Career advice Podcasts Best podcasts to listen to 2020 Coronavirus Coronavirus effects Coronavirus causing layoffs What to do if you can't pay your mortgage What to do if you get laid off What to do if you lose your job Can't pay my mortgage

2020 64

What To Do If You Can’t Pay Your Mortgage Due To Coronavirus

Career Realism

As layoffs continue in waves, many people are wondering how they'll make ends meet and manage their expenses. One of those expenses could be a mortgage. What should you do if you can no longer afford it? The average American has less than $400 in savings.

2020 58

How To Network During Coronavirus

Career Realism

Career advice Podcasts Best podcasts to listen to 2020 Coronavirus Coronavirus effects Coronavirus causing layoffs Networking advice Networking tips Networking strategy Networking on linkedin NetworkingWhether you've been laid off, or are afraid you might be, you need to be prepared.

2020 59

How COVID-19 Impacts Workers Over 50

Career Realism

Career advice Podcasts Best podcasts to listen to 2020 Coronavirus Coronavirus effects Coronavirus causing layoffs Age discrimination at work Ageism How to find a job Age discriminationWere you laid off due to the COVID-19 crisis and are now worried about age discrimination?

2020 58

How COVID-19 Impacts Workers Over 50

Career Realism

Career advice Podcasts Best podcasts to listen to 2020 Coronavirus Coronavirus effects Coronavirus causing layoffs Age discrimination at work Ageism How to find a job Age discriminationWere you laid off due to the COVID-19 crisis and are now worried about age discrimination?

2020 57

Glassdoor Says I'm Worth 8K Per Year.

HR Capitalist

I'd assume that's not going to improve with the COVID caused layoffs that just happened at the company (300 employees or 30% of the company let go). Damn you, Glassdoor! . Quit toying with me. I have enough s##t going on without you cratering my expected value.

2020 68

BEST BOSS EVER Podcast: e3 - Pat Lynch and the State of Outplacement During COVID-19

HR Capitalist

Companies are trying their hardest to avoid layoffs. Welcome to Best Boss Ever , the podcast dedicated to helping you develop managers who build great teams.

2020 68

When Employees Want COVID Unemployment Over a Job at Your Company.

HR Capitalist

who requested that her last name remain private, said she initially felt relieved when she was spared from layoffs at the public-relations firm where she worked in New York City and instead given a pay cut.

2020 76

The World Needs More Businesses that Call Bull * on Ageism.

HR Capitalist

Don't sit in the back and hope that a layoff doesn't happen to you. In today's cancel culture, it has never been easier to be accused of discrimination, and never been more important to watch what you say. .

2020 96

????? How To Keep In Touch Professionally With Your LinkedIn Connections

JobMob

Ask yourself this: if your company had a mass layoff (or worse ) tonight, which job will you want next? So I have 1,825 LinkedIn connection requests… and no way to batch approve or deny them… Cool cool cool cool… — Emma Bostian (@EmmaBostian) April 19, 2020.

2020 71

if you’re furloughed, how long should you wait to look for a new job?

Ask A Manager

But basically, imagine that in three months you’re told your furlough is becoming a permanent layoff. layoffs the plagueA reader writes: I work in the corporate office of a business in the entertainment industry. We were slowly dying before, but Covid-19 has placed our industry in an uncertain position as all of our outlets are closed. As such, I have been furloughed for an indefinite period of time.

2020 58

I feel terrible about having to lay off my staff

Ask A Manager

being the boss layoffs outsideA reader writes: I am the manager of a department in a nonprofit that is shut down for the foreseeable future, which means no reliable revenue stream apart from the generosity of donors right now.

2020 70

3 Benefits Of Outplacement Services

Career Realism

The coronavirus pandemic has flipped businesses completely upside down in a matter of weeks, and many businesses have had to furlough or layoff employees just to survive. While sometimes unavoidable, the decision to layoff employees can be one of the toughest decisions a company has to make.

2020 57

updates: the not-flirting coworker and more

Ask A Manager

It didn’t go smoothly, John was in denial for over a month and insisted that it was not actually going to happen even after the rest of the staff had been notified and continued trying to plan vacation time and work events for after his layoff date. It’s a special “where are you now?”

2020 66

what to say when your manager calls with bad news

Ask A Manager

At the time, we were told that layoffs weren’t being considered. We did not receive a company-wide email about layoffs; my manager called all of his direct reports personally to deliver the news about our colleague. When a manager calls with bad news, such as a layoff or pay cut, what’s the best way to respond? layoffsA reader writes: I’m a journalist working at a media company, and my industry has been really hard-hit by the coronavirus.

2020 55

you should contact your laid-off coworkers

Ask A Manager

I worked at a nonprofit that relies on donor dollars to fund its operations, and as one of the newer hires, I was expecting to be included in the layoffs when they were announced. My advice is to those who are not included in layoffs at a company: reach out to your former coworkers. It isn’t going to make us feel bad that they weren’t included in layoffs — it will be reassuring to know that our former coworkers liked working with us and are thinking of us.

2020 61

myCorona: The One Thing To Remember As a Manager of People on 3.20.20.

HR Capitalist

We've yet to see it or hear it, but businesses impacted by decreasing revenues are likely to slow hiring and at times, impact employees through reduced schedules, unpaid leave and yes, layoffs. . Short post today, because there's a lot going on. What, just me?

2020 70

if the job that laid me off wants to bring me back, can I decline and still collect unemployment?

Ask A Manager

If the job comes back (as many jobs will be doing in these days of temporary layoffs), legally you can’t turn it down and continue collecting benefits just because you prefer your current situation.

2020 91

can I Zoom from my patio, coworker is violating shelter-in-place, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Can I Zoom from my patio? What are the stipulations around Zoom calls and location? Weather in my area has been very nice recently and I enjoy working outside when I don’t need my full monitor.

2020 83

updates: the alcoholic coworker, the bad morale, and more

Ask A Manager

The new department head hired to run Cyril’s department took a voluntary layoff since the needed business changes to stay operational meant putting most of his projects on hold, and he’s financially well off enough that he doesn’t really need the work. It’s a special “where are you now?” season at Ask a Manager, when I’m running updates from people who had their letters here answered in the past. Here are three updates from past letter-writers.

2020 64

is this the wrong time to apply for jobs?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I recently saw a job posting that looks like a great next step in my career, but I’m unsure if this is the right time to apply for and maybe even start new jobs. Things are so uncertain and, well, I am feeling like leaving my current job would be risky until things settle down.

2020 96

our employer wants to cut our pay — retroactively

Ask A Manager

On Friday, our CEO sent out the dreaded “due to COVID-19, layoffs are coming” email. A reader writes: I work for a national nonprofit based in the U.S. with offices across the country.

2020 87

is it weird to vape on a Zoom call, should you go to grad school to avoid a bad job market, and more

Ask A Manager

This was, they said, in order to not have layoffs. A lot of companies are doing this right now as a way to avoid layoffs. In other cases, companies aren’t necessarily expecting revenues will pick up in a few months, but doing this is better than moving straight to layoffs right now.

2020 86

my company plans to absorb any government stimulus checks that employees receive for themselves

Ask A Manager

My partner lost his job due to service industry layoffs, so money is a concern during this time.). A reader writes: I work in an administrative role at a national restaurant chain. I just got off of a conference call with corporate in which they told us that if the U.S. government sends us the proposed stimulus checks due to Covid 19, they plan to absorb the money we receive by cutting our hours to reflect that amount.

2020 87