IS THERE A GOOD WAY TO BREAK BAD NEWS? To the Editor, I really appreciated your coverage about communicating layoffs in the July issue. My staff and I went through layoffs relayed through telephone conversations and some calls from the new management team, without any briefing or warning to any supervisors or managers. This unacceptable behavior has gone on too long and affected too many people. I believe that these practices have affected not only business communication but also personal ...

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