Decrease in sales revenue
Abundance of qualified employee
Reduction in Force (RIF)
Reduce Work Hours- Pros
Reduces labor cost
Able to retain all qualified employees
Easy to introduce
Reduce Work Hours- Con
May reduce employee motivation
Skilled employees may leave company
Hiring Freeze - Pros
Encourages personal skill building
Protects current employees from layoffs
No additional company expense
Hiring Freeze - Cons
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Prepare organization for restructuring of current responsibilities
Fill critical vacancies
Month Nine – Eleven
Monitor Sales Revenue
Survey employee productivity
If desired target is still unmet, begin research RIF process.
Run company with new organizational structure.
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