It has been estimated that roughly 2,000 employees were downsized
in American corporations each business day throughout the 1990s (De Meuse and Marks, 2003).
Effects of top management team change on performance in downsized
Although there are success stories such as AT&T2 (Bowman & Singh, 1993), some downsized
companies are met with deteriorating productivity from low morale survivors (Cascio, 1993; Lee, 1992; McCune, Beatty, and Montagno, 1988), or with insufficient workers to meet market demand (Markels & Murray, 1996; Wyatt, 1994).
With commodity prices rising, many product packages are being downsized
to meet price point objectives.
In the March 2009 interview, Gallup asked respondents whether their organization had experienced layoffs or had downsized
One reason is that such a large relative shift in demand could have also depressed activity in industries other than those that downsized
RIM plays an important role in the orderly and efficient integration of the downsized
records into the remaining organization.
How can downsized
firms or those pursuing downsizing remain innovative?
NEC LCD Technologies' new SOG LCD has not only succeeded in the inclusion of a driver circuit and a downsized
model, making it suitable for a range of industrial applications, but also in realizing a superior level of picture quality enabling it to meet the demands of mobile devices as well as industrial and professional fields.
The reason for this technology--a pairing of a supercharger and turbocharger on a single engine--is to provide boost across the full rev range of a downsized
QA I am 51 and was recently downsized
from my job of 18 years.
Urban housing developers need well-designed, (real cool) downsized
gadgets for the downsized
kitchen to fit the downsized
units at downsized