Now that the bankruptcy has been confirmed, how worried should we be as employees? I'll admit, I don't know much about stuff like this so I have no idea if this is just some machination to restructure the debt or if this will cause major cost cuts... — read more
Not making an interest payment on senior notes can mean only one thing - bankruptcy. If that happens, employees are going to take a major hit. Not only will there be cuts, but when they happen as part of Chapter 11, the company can skip paying... — read more
I don't think anybody can consider themselves safe. Somebody has to pay for all the opioid-related suits we'll have to settle (at best) and I'm betting you the newly hired firm that specializes in restructuring already has a good idea how (layoffs... — read more
My father was terminated by the company after over 40 years of service. The company was looking for ways to fire him without paying a severance. The cause they found was poor performance over the past year, but there were no issues in performance for... — read more
Business plan is to take advantage of the sick and desperate for as long as they can get away with it. Not a place to be proud of.
Where else can you work and have a full time side job and no one cares!
Back in January 2013 - there you go: "The Westbury office of a Pennsylvania pharmaceutical company will close and lay off all of its 58 employees on Long Island, according to a filing at the New York State Labor Department. Endo Health Solutions said... — read more
what are you talking about - there are no layoffs at endo - it's a good company to work for and i would bet you never had any experience with endo in real life (your imagination is a different thing) - we have a strong pipeline, our sales are solid... — read more
Sucky execs, sucky vision, sucky execution - nothing good to say about ENDO - layoffs are ongoing since 2009