Layoffs

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Uber Lays Off Another 3,000 Full-Time Workers

The layoffs come just weeks after 3,700 customer support and recruiting team employees lost their jobs.

Should I Furlough? 5 Things Business Owners Should Know First

There are lots of particulars to take into account.

4 Tips To Keep Your Business Afloat in a Downturn

It will be nearly impossible for anyone to walk away unscathed, but companies can take steps to mitigate losses.

What to Do If You've Lost Your Job Because of COVID-19

You're not alone, but there is an action plan.

Joining Other Top Executives, Marriott CEO Addresses Coronavirus Concerns

Arne Sorenson, who has led the company since 2012, said that in most of the company's markets, the business was running 75 per cent below normal levels.

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