Table of contents for Healing the wounds : overcoming the trauma of layoffs and revitalizing downsized organizations / David M. Noer.


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Part One: The Shattered Covenant
1. Forgotten Survivors: What Happens to Those Who Are Left Behind
2. Changing Organizations and the End of Job Security
Part Two: The Survivor Experience
3. Learning from the Past: The Survivor Syndrome Across Time
4. Speaking for Themselves: Layoff Survivor Stories
5. Time Does Not Heal All Wounds: The Effects of Long-Term Survivor Sickness
Part Three: Interventions for Healthy Survival
6. A Four-Level Process for Handling Layoffs and Their Effects
7. Level One: Manage the Layoff Processes
8. Level Two: Facilitate the Necessary Grieving
9. Level Three: Break the CodepAndency Chain and Empower People
10. Level Four: Build a New Employment Relationship
Part Four: The Great Wake-Up Call
11. The Rebirth of Meaning and Direction: Leading the New Organization
12. Life After Downsizing: Revitalizing Ourselves and Our Organizations
AppAndixes: A. The Survivor Groups B:. The Human Resource Study



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Organizational change Psychological aspects, Unemployment Psychological aspects, Employees Dismissal of