Rebounding From the Recession: Five Employment Mistakes Trade Associations and Their Members Can't Afford to Make!
June 30, 2009
The first half of 2009 has been an economically challenging time for trade associations as well as their members. Employers across the country have been forced to take steps to reduce costs and create greater efficiency through myriad measures including reductions-in-force, temporary shutdowns, furloughs, and hiring freezes. Although the economic conditions remain unstable in many respects, several commentators have suggested that the end of the recession is in sight. The anticipated transition period will present associations with the need and opportunity to devise strategies for both themselves and their members as well as to continue to weather uncertain economic conditions, while simultaneously positioning their workforces for an economic rebound.
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