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    layoff

    "In the event of layoff, the Division of Human Resources shall make every reasonable effort to...."
    Should there not be an "a" right before "layoff"? According to most dictionaries, "layoff" (in the sense of losing a job) is countable.

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    Re: layoff

    Quote Originally Posted by AliceChang1990 View Post
    "In the event of layoff, the Division of Human Resources shall make every reasonable effort to...."
    Should there not be an "a" right before "layoff"? According to most dictionaries, "layoff" (in the sense of losing a job) is countable.
    I would use the article.

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