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When a company suffers a setback, should you soften the impact by letting out the bad news a little at a time? Why or why not? Try and use different  examples. When a company is suffering a set back, they should not soften the impact by letting out the bad news a little at a time. A company should  let their employees know all of the information they have a current time, this will help with most of the question an employee has about what is  going on. When you soften the impact by letting out the bad news alittle at a time, you allow time for panic. You should be direct yet respectful of  the concerns your employees are going to have about this set back. For example: The school board calls a meeting saying they are having budget cuts, and that programs from the school are going to have to be cut,  due to these budget cuts. The programs that are going to be cut are music and art. These means that at the beginning of the next year these 
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