My company like so many others is cost-cutting, and the final steel-cage death match meeting is on Monday. My department of 20 will be reduced by 3-6 people, and my boss is already expressing concern as to how to do the communication on Tuesday of who is staying and who is at risk of redundancy.
Manager Tools advice has helped me so much over the last couple of weeks as the cost-reduction efforts have played out, so many thanks for that. I couldn't find anything on how to handle the lay-off communication itself.
I know there is no right way of breaking the news, but does anyone have any advice on a least bad way?