A Global Perspective on the Non-Financial Consequences of Downsizing

@inproceedings{Gandolfi2015AGP,
  title={A Global Perspective on the Non-Financial Consequences of Downsizing},
  author={Fulvio Gandolfi and Magnus Hansson},
  year={2015}
}
Firms engage in workforce downsizing for a multitude of reasons, generating a myriad of consequences and implications at organizational, sub-group, and individual levels of analysis. The downsizing literature is extensive, reflecting the prevalence of this management practice in North America and around the globe. Despite the large body of research, there is scarce evidence regarding the success of the downsizing strategy when assessed from financial, organizational, and human resource… CONTINUE READING

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