July/Aug layoffs. Broadridge laying off employees and it is terrible. They are getting rid of the 50+ age group with two to three decades of service. It is because of thier latest acquisition. They threw in a couple of non 50+ to make it non age... — read more
Broadridge fiscal year ends/begins June 30th/July 1st. Layoffs typically occur in Late April, May & June. 2019 No different. Layoff of older stateside workers. Hire either younger lower paid stateside workers or really lower paid workers in India. — read more
I wander why no posts about this? Are folks afraid to speak up?
Layoffs in Indian offices too - higher pay folks fired and lower pay folks hired
When you hit 50 at Broadridge, you might as well start packing up your personal belongings. You simply make too much money and nobody there could give a rats a-- if you have a family or not. Meeting their numbers will always be more important than... — read more
How is this not age discrimination? Lay off older engineers and within a few months post an entry level job opening for the same discipline at the same location?
This division still stinks no matter who they are owned by. Isn't paper going away?
How's that DST Output acquisition going? (Oh excuse me, Customer Communications).
Game over - close the doors at La Crescenta.
I know that the situation at BFS is not rosy and there might be layoffs - I just want to say here that I like working at BFS and folks I work with are great and regardless of what happens with me and my folks I will always remember the last two years... — read more
Printing on paper is clearly a declining industry with regular layoffs. You're all losing your jobs, and possibly soon.
How do these words align with a company wide ‘‘Need to Know” policy?
Gokey will be re-organizing after FY'19. If you're in the 50+ age group or a severe underachiever (most of the company), I suggest brushing up that resume.