Monday, December 15, 2008

‘Layoff survivor syndrome’??

Organizational psychologists call it “layoff survivor syndrome,” the collection of emotional, psychological and physical reactions long documented in workers who remain on the job. Being left behind, they say, can sometimes be as distressing as being let go.

“In fact, the survivors are also victims,” said Harold G. Kaufman, a professor of management and director of the organizational behavior program at the Polytechnic University of New York.

1 comment:

eutychus said...

“In fact, the survivors are also victims,”
Of course we're ALL victims. Surely you knew that JD(-;