Cartus offered packages prior to the layoff. They obviously did not achieve the reduction they needed, so they had to dump the low performers. Had the low performers been smart enough to have taken the packages then the layoffs would not have occurred.<quoted text>
Did you read the article:
The layoffs did not involve any retirement packages, a Cartus representative said. Employees laid off received severance packages and transition support. No executive positions were cut nationwide.
Of course no executives were laid off - that would make to much sense. It's always the same - they will never care about the little people.
Which is worse, not to reduce expenses and stay in business, or to stay in business and lose money so all employees would wind up without jobs ?