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Re: Companies Get Creative To Avoid Layoffs
Posted by Mao Van on 2001-09-17 23:41:14
In reply to Stephanie Armour
These are certainly difficult times for Americans and those of the world. We need to keep
America STRONG and UNITED as one people. To uplift fallen spirits, to strengthen weakened
hearts, to give relief to the many that's seeking refuge. The very very last thing, in fact,
let it not be an alternative, is to let hard working individuals go. Be creative. Be compassionate. Be loving.

Thank you to all those companies taking the lead in this difficult time.

Sincerely, M.T.V.





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Re: Companies Get Creative To Avoid Layoffs  Stephanie Armour  2001-09-07 11:54:55
Re: Companies Get Creative To Avoid Layoffs  Mao Van  2001-09-17 23:41:14
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