What are your thoughts about potential DISH Network Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Topics regarding layoffs at Dish Network
DirecTV, Dish TV May Take Another Whack At Merger 11/12 ... WarnerMedia is expecting layoffs, anywhere from 5% to 7% – around 1,200 to 1,750. Disneyland looks to make more theme parks layoffs, due to being... — read more
Dish is firing employees who are experts in their field like RF, wireless , IP transport whose salary is good around 100K+. Dish Wireless want Engineers, with salary less than 100K and trying to run the wireless business as satellite business. Very... — read more
Worked for the company for 4 years. I moved up 4 times within the company while maintaining exceptional performance appraisals. The most recent position I had was responding to customer surveys individually by email. This was a fairly enjoyable job... — read more
In the summer of 2018 I was at Sling TV in American Fork. The first tranche of a bonus plan tied to subscriber numbers had just been paid. I had zero confidence that the next milestone would be reached. That, plus the toxic culture at Dish/Sling... — read more
There's a running theory that most everyone over 50 was laid-off. I don't know how accurate that is without having names/ages, but it would be interesting to make a case for this.
EXISTING EMPLOYEES JUST GOT CHEATED FOR THEIR HARD WORK!!! THIS WAS EMAILED TO THEM!! At DISH, we’ve all felt the impacts. We’re working hard to make the best decisions with the information available to us. Things continue to quickly change and... — read more
Another round of layoffs occurred today within both Sling TV and DISH. It happened across corporate but not sure on how many. Sad to see so many more great people be let go.
Team, Thank you for your continued support in helping the business in this time of need. With the continued increase in volume we will be launching an ET Incentive for Video English. Incentive Timeline: Friday, 5/1 through Friday... — read more
Dish let go over 1,000 IHS employees in addition to many corporate employees. Dish targeted long tenured (loyal) corporate employees to cut to the tune of 20 percent. This is just the beginning as more cuts will be necessary in order to fund the 5G... — read more
Dish can s— it! They have historically paid their employees below market. We have stayed loyal to a fault for years because have enjoyed the environment. But when Erik makes OVER $5,000,000, and Charlie makes over $3.4 million yearly, it's okay... — read more
I left Dish several years ago, but I still have a lot of friends who work there so I came here to see what's going on. From what I see, there were major layoffs, but I can't figure out if these were furloughs, temporary layoffs, or permanent layoffs?... — read more
An email was sent out to everyone in the company stating that firing employees was a way of thinking smart for the future of dish financially. Hundreds of employees lost their jobs today
Team, The environment in which DISH finds itself is unprecedented. The consequences of millions of people sheltering in place is rippling across every segment of our economy. Businesses of all sizes, and in all industries, are grappling with both... — read more
What do you see happening next here?
How many people work at the company? How about the headquarters at Englewood?
Thoughts? Any DISH Network Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Dish let go a lot of wireless contractors with just 1 week notice
Dish let 10 of us tenured agents (5-10 years) from Broadband go back in February, all within a week due to "not meeting expectations." i was told weekly in my one on ones that i was doing great, and they didn't know what else I could do to improve... — read more
This thread is for info about potential DISH Network Layoffs in 2019 or any other relevant information?
Most (if not all at this point) commercial agents have been let go in Tulsa, are they removing commercial completely?
Agent getting the q1 appraisals are being told it is no longer acceptable to meet expectaions that dish only wants to keep the best well i think by q2 there will be another cleaning house. I know some employees are looking for work else where and who... — read more
Well for some who was doing work at home, they offered a lower paying job to stay with the company. That obviously could mean a lot of different things including them being pretty close to the WARN threshold (Do these people count towards their home... — read more
Christiansburg site was shut down except for back office and survey response. They will be moved to a smaller building. Corporate rolled up in hummers March 13th and shut it down in a day after telling us they were just going to let us know where we... — read more
I'm a WAH agent and our coach, who seems too dumb to function sometimes, may be next on the chopping block. She's paid a lot. But she was sent an email threatening us that our performance is being heavily monitored and low performance will not be... — read more
Are there layoffs still taking place or are we done for now? There have been so many small layoffs to avoid panic or need for WARN lately, that the latest, somewhat more serious round kind of took me by surprise. Now I'm not sure if it's over or if... — read more
Over 100 let go from Tulsa thus far.People are being told it's due to downsizing, yet Dish still actively hiring new agents weekly. This has nothing to do with actual downsizing and everything with getting rid of employees who have been here longer... — read more
The company told us they need to save a billion dollars to build out the spectrum so this is part of it. They are bleeding customers left and right from satellite and while having Sling helps it just isn’t as profitable. Just to think of all the work... — read more
If you were laid off, this appears to be a violation of the WARN act, required notification. I'd suggest that you lawyer up.
Over the last few days they have let go of so many coaches, agents, trainers, etc. But if we don't need these positions anymore that why are we STILL HIRING??? There is new hire training staring within the next week!
Harlingen Dish Network site layed off over a hundred employees yesterday and around 50+ today. Beyond those beloved supervisors trainers and a manager. This started a couple weeks ago. But nothing like yesterday's let go. It's sad seeing people who... — read more
Tulsa layoffs began yesterday. Numerous salaried coaches let go.
They just let go a lot of people in Harlingen with no notice, claiming performance. Several weren't even given paperwork to back up the reason.
Dish Network lays people off under the guise of "quality control" because they don't value their employees whatsoever. I hope they go bankrupt.
WARN notices filed, employees laid off. Christiansburg will be closed in June. Earlier this week, Dish said it would allow a certain number of employees to work at home once it closes its current location. DISH to downsize on-site staff when it moves... — read more
More layoffs, more cuts, dropping sales and loss of customers. As it was reported today - Revenues declined 7.2% year-over-year go, try to survive now
Very little media coverage. They are hiding the fact that Americans are losing jobs, it's all about the stock market now, things have never been better, blah, blah...
Do you have more (or any) details about possible job cuts in Englewood.
Dish is getting away from their core business, but it is because of the mature paid TV market. DISH is currently in preservation mode, and smart home services (solar, home automation, etc) is just an attempt to diversify the business to stay alive... — read more