Navigating Layoffs During the Holidays with Kim Crowder
Amazon, Meta, Salesforce, and Twitter have recently announced the layoffs of thousands of their employees, mostly because of changes in the companies' infrastructure and budget constraints. Due to the massive amounts of layoffs, many people will find themselves without a job. Luckily, there are ways that employees can stay ahead of company changes and avoid the troubles of layoffs.
Kim Crowder, Founder and CEO of Kim Crowder Consulting, is one of the country's leading Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Speakers. She has been featured in several publications, including The New York Times, Business Insider, CBS, NBC, and more. She shares tips and helpful advice for employees to prepare for their next job.
- What are some tips to help stay ahead of company changes?
- How can employees be prepared and stay prepared for their next job?
- What is the best way to approach asking for a raise or a promotion during uncertain times?
- From an employer's standpoint, how can companies create a workplace that supports their employees when they need a new job?
"If organizations have significant layoffs, the company can provide recommendations to other workplaces and make introductions when possible. Lastly, leadership should be the first to take a pay cut if it means team members can keep their jobs."
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