RIF: Carrying Out a Reduction in Force so the Savings Outweigh the Costs of Litigation

New York Law Journal

Faced with a harsh economic climate, many employers are forced to explore a reduction in work force (RIF) to survive financially. An employer must take steps to ensure that the savings created by a RIF are not outweighed by the costs of potential litigation. In this attorney-authored article, Michael Weber of Littler's New York office explores some measures an employer should take to protect the benefit realized by a RIF in order for the organization to see long-term survival and success.

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