Anyone have details in severance package? Any help with healthcare premiums/COBRA?
Is that the job at Cerner?
*Cerner remains committed to positioning the company for future success,” the vendor wrote in a statement to KCTV5. “We are focused on delivering a higher order of benefits for clients, associates and shareholders. Our recent actions demonstrate our... — read more
I tried in every way to get out of this company because the amount of work is absolutely unbearable. Workload is maniacal. I wish I was laid off from here, and I’m almost certain that to most of the employees here layoff isn’t such a big deal, but... — read more
There will be another RIF Sept 2. Tick-tock
Can anybody share what the severance package is like?
Was there any indication layoffs would be happening today? I feel completely blindsided and I'm trying to figure out if it's my own damn fault for missing the obvious or if they really just decided to spring this on us the way they did, with no... — read more
Just heard that there is some kind of reduction in force occurring this morning.
Cerner had another round of layoffs on 3/11/21. Unknown the number affected.
20% salary cut across the board announced just now
Is there going to be any reorg or Cerner Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
What is on your mind - what should be done and what we've done good so far? Where is all of this going?
Is this the biggest location you have? How many employees are at North City?
If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be Cerner Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
The rumors are that to improve year end financials (as pledged), Cerner is once again planning layoffs in November/December. Has anyone else heard this? Working here is becoming emotionally exhausting and demoralizing.
Media Coverage Cerner will let go of 255 employees in effort to cut costs under new operating model https://fox4kc.com/2019/09/04/cerner-will-let-go-of-255-employees-in-effort-to-cut-costs-under-new-operating-model/ Cerner officials said... — read more
Somebody mentioned in another thread Cerner is planning to announce another round of layoffs tomorrow. Is this true?
Just checking to make sure, the 255 laid-off people were it? We don't have to worry about more layoffs? I'd like to be able to relax over the weekend, but I'm still a little worried if there is more to come - despite every news outlet only mentioning... — read more
Here’s what to know about the layoffs coming for Cerner (NASDAQ:CERN) employees. The company is laying off a total of 255 employees in the U.S. This has the company alerting employees about the layoffs today. Employees affected by the... — read more
I'm a long time Siemens/Cerner associate and yes, something has been in the works for Building #3 for a long time. Unlike the "great Kansas City expansion", there has been much open space here in Malvern for years... nothing new there.
that our senior leader ship was affected and The severance package was 60 days pay +2 weeks for every year of service. Supposedly if you are in Kansas City, the campuses have heightened security and a lot of activity with people who were... — read more
Anyone from Malvern here? Any layoff talk there?
Mike Nill informed a group of executives yesterday that Consulting will undergo a series of layoffs starting Wednesday, across all roles and areas within Consulting. HR has already made the decisions and will be sending out emails to individuals... — read more
Curious if anyone has solid intel on how many layoffs Cerner will announce tomorrow at the town hall meeting.
Cerner will eliminate 129 jobs as part of its contract with Augusta University Health in Georgia ends, effective March 31 2019
Those who got the offer, mind sharing with us what it looks like? Is it worth it?
Just wondering how do they plan to achieve the goals with a lowered headcount after the voluntary layoffs have been done. The expectations were close to impossible as it is, and with a workforce that’s reduced, achieving everything could only be... — read more
I’m not surprised at all that the leadership thinks they can solve every problem of the company by trying to reduce the headcount, given that that’s just the continuation of their behavior to blame the workers for their lack of leadership and their... — read more
We are in desperate need of more people, not fewer. Cerner has been overworking us for years now. It feels like those on top are completely disconnected from how the projects are actually done and what resources are needed to complete them. If we... — read more
I'm new at Cerner, came after the 2016 round of voluntary layoffs so I'm not sure how this works. I know a bunch of people were offered voluntary layoffs recently, so my main worry is what happens if not enough people accept it? Does that mean we'll... — read more
Heard that there is a layoff looming in the second quarter.
Anyone hearing layoff rumors?
If the economy turns around, do you anticipate any Cerner Layoffs in 2019?
Please let us know if you hear about layoffs @ Malvern, PA