1:48 pm April 13, 2010, by John Brieske
In a job market plagued by layoffs, buyouts and downsizing, plenty of warranted attention is paid to workers who leave their old jobs. But what about those who are left behind?
Some workers feel guilty. Others miss their longtime co-workers. Many are left with increased workloads and growing lists of unfamiliar job duties.
Have you survived layoffs? How have you dealt with being left to hold down the fort in the aftermath of downsizing? Has your job changed as a result? Do you feel survivor’s guilt or are you relieved?
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