Re: Layoff logistics and etiquette
A few years ago, at a different job, there had already been some layoffs in the production areas, I came in on a Monday morning and heard several people in other cubicles complaining that they couldn't log on to the network. I turned to my cube mate and joked that maybe that was how they were being told they were laid off. You guessed it, I was right. From that day until the next year's layoff I was paranoid every time I mistyped my password in the morning.</snip>
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