City of Paramount Layoffs

City of Paramount

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Company information:

Industry/Area of Activity:
Local and State Government, excluding education and hospitals
Company Stock Ticker:
Government, city, local employer. No ticker. Not listed.
Stock traded at:
Not applicable
About City of Paramount:
City government of Paramount, California is one of the largest local employeers.
Revenue information:
Paramount had approximately 48000 citizens in 1999 and 55000 in 2000. Census (all data here is taken from US Census sources) estimates are as follows: 2006: 56000 and 56000 for 2009. Calculated inhabitant growth rate is -0.25percent. Paramount is located in California and belongs to the following metro area: Los Angeles. Coordinates: 33.90 North - 118.16 West
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Posts regarding layoffs at City of Paramount

(Thu 10/03/13 19:53:04 UTC)

was supply chain hit?

Anonymous


(Thu 10/03/13 00:29:49 UTC)

I learned long ago from accountants within the studio that this is a standard 3rd and 4th quarter accounting trick to increase executive bonuses. As the year-end closes, they all of a sudden have done very well in each division and shown % increases over The last year. Then as the new year rolls ... read more

Anonymous

(Thu 10/03/13 00:28:07 UTC)

After 12 years at a highly visible television/film/theme park GIANT,(as a good employee with no problems); I was a victim of their knife 2 years ago, and I am still trying to recover! After receiving notice that my position was eliminated, my exit papers and escorted by security out the front door ... read more

oh

(Thu 10/03/13 00:25:46 UTC)

Brad Grey’s job as CEO is to produce a cost-effective product that sells and produces profits for the shareholder. Viacom may have had a profitable last quarter but it certainly wasn’t due to STID and WWZ. Grey is the one who greenlit those movies at a cost of $315M each. $190M production and ... read more

Anonymous

(Thu 10/03/13 00:25:03 UTC)

NBC/U, Dreamworks, Disney, HBO and now Paramount. Who’s next to swing the axe?

Anonymous

(Thu 10/03/13 00:22:40 UTC)

To: Paramount Employees From: Frederick Huntsberry As our industry continues to adapt to an increasingly competitive environment, we are always ensuring that Paramount is conducting its business as efficiently and productively as possible. As such we are making important and necessary changes in ... read more

Huntsberry Layoff Email

(Thu 10/03/13 00:20:00 UTC)

For all of us from Paramount who know what’s going on, the layoffs were not a surprise. I am personally surprised by the announced number, as I was expecting this to be in a 30 to 50 resource range – long story short, 110 seems to be a bit too much – I’ll leave it by that. I was not surprised by ... read more

Paramount Layoffs

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