Workforce reduction is a short-term strategy to cut the number of employees through such programs as attrition, early retirement or voluntary severance packages, and layoffs or terminations. While a number of, these approaches allow for a relatively quick reduction of the workforce, the problem is that their impact is often short term, and in many instances the organization loses valuable human resources.
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