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Furloughs are Different from Layoffs
Furloughs are Different from Layoffs

Layoffs and furloughs have been numerous because of COVID-19. For employees, there is an important difference between furloughs and layoffs. What is a furlough? Furloughs are temporary reductions in wages and hours typically due to a sharp slowdown in business activity. For ...

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