I don't know which situation to be more concerned about... - page 2
Being laid off, or NOT being laid off. They're trying to work skeleton crews. Not filling positions. Now the talk is cutting the support staff. Please oh please oh please mr CEO don't take my nursing assistant away. I can... Read More
- 0Mar 21, '09 by caliotter3The only advice I can offer is to document, do the best you can, look for a part time second job for backup, hang in there. Remember that each shift you survive is on a paycheck that you need to get by. Not many people can afford to be without work, so you probably don't have the luxury of being able to resign to avoid this. A part time second job can be a lifesaver should you get laid off.