Layoffs coming amid the coronavirus pandemic? I know that we're already having OT cut out & hours squeezed as is. Some of the desk hosts are already doing bloodletting of their own again amid the crisis.
Topics regarding layoffs at CompuCom Systems
I was with CompuCom for several years. It was a great place to work when I first came on board. New sparkling contracts and lots of cash on hand to seek out new clients. It just could not maintain momentum when competing with a growing competitive... — read more
Several hundred employees at Compucom are terminated immediately, including heads of business units and senior leadership team members. Mostly impacting US and Canada. Office Depot, deeply unsatisfied with results, continues to punish CompuCom for... — read more
Looks like its cut to profit, tear it down totally and see if it survives......
Can we expect more layoffs at Compucom today or can I hope beyond hope that yesterday was it? The fact I'm up in the middle of the night checking for any news regarding layoffs shows just how badly this whole thing has affected me. If anybody can... — read more
There are more layoffs happening today. Does anybody know what departments are impacted?
Anybody else wishing they'd do this all at once instead of breaking it up into smaller chunks? Talk about unnecessary added stress...
And that sounds like a dumpster fire of an earnings call in two days...
600 heads fell to the chopping block. That's what the internal rumor mill states. My group lost ~70% of its entire team. This is a serious train wreck with Sr. Office Depot management spewing trendy talking head business speak to cover up the... — read more
More blood being shed. More layoffs as of today. Can we get more info on this? How many people were laid off? What and where was hit the most? And most importantly, is it done or can we expect even more before the end of the week? Any additional info... — read more
Seriously guy, you were fired, get over it and rise above it instead of letting it define you. You have quite a little obsession going here. It's looking like a sickness and you may be in need of medication before you do something that will cause... — read more
Almost a year to the day from the SC headquarters announcement (that incorrectly stated nothing was changing at Plano TX office) employees have been told the Plano office is closing.
I don't think that they are being honest and there has been a tremendous drop in workloads in the que. I'm hearing that CompuCom has a target for field techs of 80% billable time, but at the same time they have all this mandatory training and meeting... — read more
GE is terminating its contract with Compucom as of 4/30/18. Compucom has supplied all computers for GE in the United States and supplied Deskside and Help desk support. Hundreds of employees around the county have been give notice already.
@"Anonymous , Monday 8/05/13 8:07 PM" - do not listen to the rumors listed here - we are fine and there are no layoffs going on
CompuCom has sadly lost its way. Thomas H Lee has unrealistic growth targets with no plan to get there. They are now attempting to cut there way to growth. Unfortunately those cuts are being made to front line employees so ultimately customers will... — read more
The layoffs will never end, 2017 and they still continue. The greed of the owners Thomas H Lee, more money more money. I believe they have tasked upper management with cutting costs or we will cut you. However management is incompetent and only way... — read more
I look forward to reading that this company is finally bankrupt and out of business for good. The worst liars I've ever worked for. Long gone is the awesome leadership Jim Dixon once provided. So long, sinking Titanic.
Walmart apparently has notified CompuCom they are not going to retain them for the services that CompuCom still provides to Walmart, namely server and software support. This almost guarantees layoffs are coming to the company. I want outsiders to... — read more
It's a sinking ship! Walmart contract was doomed from the start. Call volume has decreased throughout all areas and major accounts prior to Walmart. Who's fixing all the CPU's and other devices at previous accounts? CPU's don't repair themselves, so... — read more
Well layoffs are happening I heard a few people were let go and that is confirmed
the PE should cut it's own resources, thomas h lee are leaches
I worked on an account for the local gas&electric company for one of compucom's competitors. Compucom came in and the existing vendor dropped all 30 some desktop techs and hired 10 people directly from the outside world wit no real experience. I was... — read more
Pretty much everything people say here is true. It's become a very messed up company. They laid off a while floor in their office in dallas. Now they expect us to have the ability to service everyone, not juse what we were trained to do. The new... — read more
We went from a team of 12 to 7 people. We took huge pay cuts. I make less than what I did when I started 15 years ago. The folks in management only care about their personal gains. Thomas Lee is sucking the life out of us. I work 12 to 14 hour days... — read more
Layoffs are still happening but in small groups probably so they don't start a panic
any news on possible layoffs (forrest ln/dallas)
compucom guy - what do you want to here - why are you singling out forrest lane?
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Layoffs continue, I would noty be surprised to see Compucom selling the retail group... Compucom is owned by an investment group, such groups make their money buying and selling part or all of a company. This investment group has held on to Compucom... — read more
There you go: >http://www.dallasnews.com/business/entrepreneurs/2017/01/09/layoffs-coming-compucom-month-texas-company-says-moving-hq-south-carolina James said the layoffs are not related to the new headquarters. He said CompuCom decided in mid-2016... — read more
Just look at the glassdoor reviews of this fly by night worst employee satisfaction on the site and tops out at number 3 worst!! hey now thats a win win- !! consistent barely above minimum wage..and NO HOPE of a raise from these corporate moral... — read more
As reported to the State of Texas in a mandatory WARN notice: NOTICE_DATE: 2017-01-04 JOB_SITE_NAME: CompuCom-Plano COUNTY_NAME: Collin WDA_NAME: North Central Texas WDA TOTAL_LAYOFF_NUMBER: 144 LayOff_Date: 2017-03-06 WFDD_RECEIVED_DATE: 2017-01-04... — read more
Employees in Plano know it just a matter of time - jobs moving to Mexico or Exec Man Cave (new corporate headquarters) in SC. Ignored and ostracized, no value placed on anyone in Plano - just cogs in the wheel, completely replaceable. Waiting for the... — read more
Right now BB&T is having Compucom deploy Thin clients and also remove all the servers in the branch, once this is completed there will be no more server calls, or software calls due to the thin clients, all that will be left is a few easy hardware... — read more
compucom is a joke. i am a client, i can tell you that i havent worked with such a bunch jokers in quite some time