Employees made redundant often fight back – either bad mouthing their former employer, or taking legal action if they feel their dismissal was unfair. According to Daniel Skarlicki at the University of British Columbia and colleagues, companies wishing to avoid this kind of retaliation need to provide as much information as possible to the staff they’re laying off, but more than that, they need to realise that this openness will only be effective if their staff perceive them to be of high integrity.
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