Announcing cuts this week.
This will lead to cuts
Now we have to pay $3 million to settle kickback allegations involving federal software sales. I know that's not a huge number, but it's enough to cost a few people their jobs. Sadly, it's happened many times before - when losses were recuperated by... — read more
No mass layoffs doesn't mean no layoffs
"We are committed to not having company-wide layoffs." I believe GC intentionally used the wording that she used to prevent anybody from complaining that "it was promised there would be no layoffs" when the cuts start. Call me jaded, but I've been... — read more
Some think there won't be cuts here anytime soon
I would also like to think that there won't be any. However, what are the arguments for such optimism? Hard to see any bright spots here.
Tech Sector Packages . Will Adobe follow suit?
Check out the Severance Packages from leading tech organizations. It looks like 60 days notice period PLUS 16 weeks is the running standard. It would be difficult for Adobe to not be in line with the industry, especially for employees over a... — read more
Our turn is coming
There's no way we're going to avoid layoffs when the rest of the industry is cutting people left and right. My guess is that we'll hear something about major cuts before the end of this month, or at the latest in February. This will be a rough year... — read more
Adobe "Fire & Hire" Strategy to lower Average Age on Teams
This is precisely what Adobe is doing. IBM has been exposed. How long can they get away with this? "IBM’s highest executives created and attempted to conceal a multi-faceted 'fire-and-hire' scheme with the ultimate goal of making IBM’s workforce... — read more
@Adobe #Adobe $ADBE Calculated #AGEDiscrimination #CivilRights Violations via Zero Performance Process
DID YOU KNOW ... Adope has an unwritten objective to always rotate out anyone over the age of 45 on a regular rotation. DID YOU KNOW Adobe deliberately does not have a published "process" for managing employees performance. Thus, a manager can... — read more
Avaya Lays off 100 Sales-Focused Employees/ Were You One of them? What was your Offer?
Adobe just laid off contractors across Talent Partners and Talent Scouts.
Adobe Systems Layoffs 2023
Share any updates you may have about Adobe Systems layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
Layoffs of Contractors
Will there be layoffs of contractors? If yes, when?
And so it starts...
Down 5% today... https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/16/adobe-adbe-earnings-q2-2022.html
Adobe Workfront / Stopping Hiring Until 2023
That's what we heard, they are stopping all hiring until 2023. I also hear some groups in Adobe corporate are stopping hiring as well, not sure what this means? I think they are expecting a recession or they already feel that sales pipelines are... — read more
Leadership keeps repeating that product innovation is one of the top priorities. I’m not happy with how innovation is driven here today. There used to be a much bigger focus on innovation. I don't know how you feel about it, but I personally... — read more
Job security at Adobe
I'm overjoyed to have received an offer from Adobe but I need to know that it comes with job security. My current company is notorious for having layoffs every three to six months and that's one of the main reasons I'm leaving. I need a job where I... — read more
Adobe Systems Layoffs 2022
Post any information about potential or actual Adobe Systems layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
Layoffs at Adobe
Is Adobe trigger happy when it comes to layoffs? I'm thinking of joining but I don't want to end up in similar circumstances as my current job (constant fear of layoffs.)
With this acquisition, I am sure we can expect layoffs. What do severance packages look like and can we volunteer?
Let's try to consolidate Coronavirus discussions in this thread: COVID19/ Adobe Systems
Comment in this thread - it'll be the main thread.
How many people work at Adobe Systems?
What's the biggest location, what's the overall employee count and how many employees work at San Jose?
Adobe Systems Layoffs 2020
Is this going to be an interesting year as it relates to Adobe Systems Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
I heard DX is laying off people.
I heard DX is laying off people. With the latest acquisitions, I'm sure there will be a thinning of the herd (even more than the usual layoffs here and there sprinkled throughout the year). I'm wondering if any culling will happen before the fiscal... — read more
Adobe Systems Layoffs 2019
Is there going to be any reorg or Adobe Systems Layoffs in 2019?
US Staff reduction - IT
With the new CTO, having brought in teams of his people including a new CIO, with the CIO filling in management positions with inadequately experienced people - there has been advertising of pay equity in India. The reality is that the IT Management... — read more
As FY18 began (on Monday December 4th, 2017), I was told that my position had been eliminated from Adobe's Digital Media division, as part of a Reduction in Force (RIF) exercise. There were 3 out of 15 people who were affected (including myself) from... — read more
Adobe Systems Layoffs 2018
I spent last 10 years with our company and it'd be a real shame if they were to decide to lay people off from our offices in San Jose.
Layoffs, Growth, Potential and Micromanagement at Adobe
I’ve been with Adobe for about 9 years now, so I’ve seen good and bad years as well. Overall things are not as bad as you see in some other tech companies today (enterprise software, etc.) – We do have layoffs, it’s almost an annual thing and people... — read more
Adobe Systems Layoffs 2016
What is the likelihood of Adobe Systems layoffs in San Jose in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
2015 Layoff at Adobe - prospects
Do you think we'll cut again in Q1?
Bloody Q1 2014 (Jan, Feb and March)
It looks like 46 resources in San Jose and 25 in San Francisco will be cut, a WARN notice has been filed. Cuts to be completed by end of March. We already cut around 50 in January (same locations)
Happens all the time - I've been working here for four years and one thing about Adobe is that it is not predictable - backstabbing is wide spread and you will not be safe here - you need to watch it
yiihaa - techcrunch reports today that the almighty Adobe is planning to eliminate 700 folks employees as part of a hmmmm, let\'s call it,...
yiihaa - techcrunch reports today that the almighty Adobe is planning to eliminate 700 folks employees as part of a hmmmm, let\'s call it, restructuring plan. this is almost one tenth of the work force and things will not be pretty down in silicon... — read more