Today we unfortunately had to let 27 workers in our manufacturing plant and a few of the office staff go where I work (one of whom was in a department that works closely with my department). This is the first time we have had to lay anyone off since I have been in a management position. No one in my department was laid off, but I expect the morale in the general workplace tomorrow to not be so great. I have already set up lunch with my two direct reports on Friday (I actually set this up before I learned of any layoffs). What can be said to or done for the "survivors" to raise morale? Not ever having to deal with this from a standpoint of a manager, I want to say and do the right things to keep morale up and keep them confident that they are not next in line to be cut. Any suggestions?