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It's important to first understand the emotional climate in the aftermath of a layoff. Much attention is focused on the care and feeding of those whose jobs were eliminated. Losing employment is one of the five most significant life stressors, and everyone expects victims to grieve. Typically, family, friends, and perhaps even outplacement counselors provide support as the unemployed move through the stages of grief that include denial, anger, depression, and finally acceptance of the fact that a significant part of their individual identity has been taken away.
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