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Section Newsletter Articles From Valerie C. Perera

Dealing with employee morale after a reduction in force (RIF) By Valerie C. Perera Labor and Employment Law, August 2004 Since the year 2000, America has experienced the single largest employment slump in U.S. history.
In-house counsel must take the lead in coordinating catastrophe By Geary W. Sikich and Valerie C. Perera Corporate Law Departments, July 2003 At a recent conference in Barcelona, Spain, Shell International's senior legal counsel, Campbell Grant, was quoted in the Law Gazette (http://www.lawgazette.co.uk):
Controlling “crisis” response will determine corporate survival By Valerie C. Perera and Geary W. Sikich Business Advice and Financial Planning, June 2003 Corporate America is facing a time unparalleled in history. Since the events on that fateful morning of September 11th, the landscape of business has fundamentally changed.
Dealing with employee morale after a reduction in force (RIF)* By Valerie C. Perera Corporate Law Departments, March 2003 Employees undergoing change experience an inner psychological process by which they let go of the old reality, experience a chaotic time of transition (known as a "neutral zone") and then emerge into a new beginning.
Controlling “crisis” response will determine corporate survival By Valerie C. Perera and Geary W. Sikich Corporate Law Departments, November 2002 Corporate America is facing a time unparalleled in history. Since the events on that fateful morning of September 11th, the landscape of business has fundamentally changed.

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