You prepare for the layoffs quickly and quietly. Then one morning
you do them. All of them. And then have a company meeting and you
tell the people that that was it. No more layoffs. You’re on the
team. And then have a good story about how you’re going to lead
them to prosperity. […]
And what you don’t want to do is what AOL is doing. Week after
week cutting off limbs. So that everyone inside the company is
thinking they’re next.
Right. Who’s left at an AOL-owned site who isn’t looking around for a new gig?