Managing Sudden Loss

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Managers often face tough, emotional situations at work. One of the biggest is guiding employees and departments successfully through the loss of a coworker. Not only are there emotional components but there are also more technical and procedural responsibilities that may be overlooked. These facilities, technological, and human resources tasks need to be handled sensitively and in a timely manner. Remembering whom to contact, what property needs to be considered, and how to produce final paychecks are just a few of the concerns managers will face in a trying time. This guide aims to serve as a checklist of the … continued below

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Brannon, Sian; Yanowski, Kevin; Evans, Taylor & Leuzinger, Julie 2019.

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Managers often face tough, emotional situations at work. One of the biggest is guiding employees and departments successfully through the loss of a coworker. Not only are there emotional components but there are also more technical and procedural responsibilities that may be overlooked. These facilities, technological, and human resources tasks need to be handled sensitively and in a timely manner. Remembering whom to contact, what property needs to be considered, and how to produce final paychecks are just a few of the concerns managers will face in a trying time. This guide aims to serve as a checklist of the basic components and tasks managers will face after the sudden loss of an employee.

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  • Journal of Library Administration 59 (1) 86-96

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  • Publication Title: Journal of Library Administration
  • Volume: 59
  • Issue: 1
  • Page Start: 86
  • Page End: 96
  • Pages: 11

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Brannon, Sian; Yanowski, Kevin; Evans, Taylor & Leuzinger, Julie. Managing Sudden Loss, article, 2019; [Boca Raton, FL]. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1531984/: accessed October 23, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .

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