Topics regarding layoffs at 7-Eleven, Inc.

Topics regarding layoffs at 7-Eleven, Inc.

Hybrid Work is Dead

Management has pulled the plug on hybrid work arrangements. If you are looking for hybrid work, you should look elsewhere. Notice was short and specific but will not be repeated in this post as to what exactly was mentioned. Workers who refuse to... — read more 

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Moving Beyond 7-Eleven

As someone who quit working for the company just over a year ago, let me just offer these words of encouragement: you will land somewhere better. Working at 7-Eleven teaches you how to be tough and to have a thick skin… wherever you land you will... — read more 

To Leadership:

Still employed, real feedback… As someone who sat through countless hours with BCG during integration, the amount of trust 7-11 put into a 3rd party consultant was scary from the start. Decisions were made too fast to capture synergy, which is the... — read more 

It wasn’t unfair

The company does have opportunities especially at senior leadership level (like a new CEO and new executives who has the capability and skills to run a company in the 21st century). But we live in a capitalistic society enjoying its varied benefits... — read more 

I'm still in shock

I don't understand why it's hitting me this hard but after 12 years and being discarded so unceremoniously, I still feel like cr-p days later. It bugs me that those who make these decisions don't give a damn about how it affects those who are on the... — read more 

7-11 Doug R. Is a pr--k

Every since Doug took over corporate stores ,company has got to sh-t. Guy has no energy he just a pr--k. I know he one of the main reasons for cuts. He care less about one affected. They had a town hall on Friday and explained all the cuts and that... — read more 

Where’s Joe been?

Imagine that he was your commanding officer sending you out to be slaughtered but he gives that order while hiding and never showing his face. So much for touting his military leadership skills and West Point degree.

7-11 lay-offs 2022

They have done nationwide lay-offs starting July 18th 2022 lasting for a couple weeks . This is not only on the office side but also the field . The lay-offs are all over the place . Newer employees and employees with 25+yrs who were close to... — read more 

This is one big lesson!

I'm still safe, but these cuts are a big lesson to me that one should always, absolutely always look for better options. Top dogs did not show the slightest empathy towards the affected ones, which was to be expected because they only care about... — read more 

Layoffs are in 711's DNA

Hi All - I am really sorry about layoffs and I hope that all affected will find job replacements very soon. I've spent 33 years working for 711 and I've seen many layoffs. I've retired about ten years ago and I can tell you that layoffs are built... — read more 

A useful read

4 ways to overcome the stigma of layoffs and find a new job in today's economy https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-overcome-the-stigma-of-layoffs-find-new-job-2022-7

From the field

The past few years have been extremely challenging with covid and labor shortages. Field operations extremely stressed. Laying off area leaders is very surprising as current area leaders are taking on more, no pay increases, more stress with increase... — read more 

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