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Sometimes businesses are forced to restructure and cut staff. We've seen this during the COVID-19 crisis, but it can happen at any point of time.

While sometimes unavoidable, the decision to layoff employees can be one of the toughest decisions a company has to make. These are never easy conversations to have, but it's possible to show both commitment and compassion to impacted employees.

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Many companies say they have a diverse and inclusive workforce, but just because companies have employees of different races and cultures, doesn't necessary mean those companies are diverse.

To truly understand whether or not a workforce is diverse, business leaders must be willing to look within, and ask tough questions.

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It is long overdue that we have a serious conversation about race and the workplace. That's why in a recent episode of JT Talks Jobs, Work It Daily founder and CEO, J.T. O'Donnell, invited special guest Stacey Lewis, founder of HR Interrupted, to talk about how we should address race in the workplace.

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After this crisis subsides, there will be a huge shift in the way employers hire. There will be a lot of supply, but not enough demand for jobs. So, how do you stand out from the other candidates?

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Companies in various industries have been forced to lay off employees, and more companies will have to do the same soon. While outplacement services can't stop them from letting you go, it can help you get back on your feet.

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