Survivor Guilt: How the Corporate Ax Affects Remaining Employees

"Survivor guilt," usually felt by those who walk away unscathed from plane disasters and car crashes, is also affecting those who stay employed in the wake of mass layoffs
during these uncertain economic times. Corporations, skittish about law suits from departing employees and the less than stellar press coverage that comes with mass job cuts,
often rush through massive layoffs - sometimes as quickly as they rushed to the IPO market a few years back - and often without implementing long-term internal communications
strategies.