The hospitality industry had 115 layoff actions in November, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics—that’s at least 50 people per action, or 5,750 people, who lost their jobs. While terminating dozens of employees at once is difficult, the hard work is not over, said Mark Murphy, founder and chairman of Leadership IQ, a Washington D.C.-based research and training firm. Keeping the remaining employees engaged is critical to helping a company return to or maintain profitability, he ...

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