The lay-off is coming. Everyone needs to be looking. Where is Kosta and his leadership gone? He is allowing his minions like Greg and Darren ruin this company and run in ground. Several big players leaving fossil because the leaders have no idea what... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Fossil Inc.
What is up with this data breach? Did everyone get the letter or just those affected? Anyone know anything?
This thread is for info about potential Fossil Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Heard a tremendous amount of toilet flushing right after the earnings call. Some people didn’t make It and sh– their pants in their office. Robert’s office is a disaster. Leadership is everything. Poor leadership and execution leads to poor results... — read more
The ship is taking on water. Survival mode.
https://seekingalpha.com/article/4249987-fossil-lack-brand-identity-threatens-company Fossil lacks brand identity and poor marketing — read more
Huge Layoff in Europe is ongoing. They shut down the polish and swedish office... German headquarters face layoffs from 20-25% of the whole staff. Thats what they made out of the company. Idiocracy at it‘s best — read more
https://seekingalpha.com/article/4241727-fossil-dead-shares-will-end-worth-nothing Is anyone still hanging on? — read more
Notice to VP's take care of your management team or they won't take care of you.
The layoffs have started. IT is already passing out packets...more to come I'm sure.
I've heard rumors that layoffs will be coming in Mid January. Any truth to this?
Please pay attention, things are getting worse and worse, just look at the numbers. The executive lineup is sticking their heads in the sand and this will not end well for the worker. You need to look into the dynamics in the marketplace and you'll... — read more
Layoff are happening at Fossil in the last 2 weeks Andy H - VP of IT Wholesale was let go and 4 others were let go in the last 2 weeks. Some people just got a phone call from HR and notify not to come back to the office to get their personal items... — read more
I need to ask you a few things should be quick… Are there going to be layoffs, who will be affected by the job cuts, if yes where and when will cuts take place. How about employees in Richardson.
Fossil still outsource most of its IT Jobs to Infosys still after Ed departure. Don't forget Ed's right hand man, Robert, who now runs E-commerce hasn't done much since he left. Good example of bad leaders and people with no vision. Selling the same... — read more
Recent headlines suggest our stock is moving upward because of a rumor that Fossil might get purchased by a third party. In my opinion, the only reason leadership would sellout would be for a quick payday. They get paid, we get laid-off. A new owner... — read more
The stock is crashing on Q3 Profit Loss, not as bad as expected but a lot of this was already priced in. Our global retail comps are about 6% down, this is a very bad sign and things will just accelerate from here. There is nothing in the pipeline... — read more
Good leaders make all the difference during times like this and the good ones will be honest with their people. Bad leaders are nothing more than a factory that creates bitter current and ex-employees. Individuals are expected to give notice if they... — read more
Questions asked to my Magic 8 Ball: Statement: Hello Magic 8 Ball. Well, you stated not long ago that our stock would fall to $5 and here we are. I must say that your prediction is a few months past the specific date, but I'll cut you some slack. No... — read more
Oh dear Jesus, our earnings are going to be announced on 11/7! I fear this one will be the worst one yet! Marking my calendar to remind me to wear my protective gear and Army helmet starting that day and through the following two weeks. I predict the... — read more
Some folks in APAC were hit 3 weeks ago, and no mentions of it made on the forum. Perhaps fear is silencing the talk. Small group of Richardson photography team also hit too. Many others throughout Company voluntarily left over the last 5 months to... — read more
Folks to be fair even though we all know that IT management s--- in this organization in ALL levels, especially at regional level, however the down fall of the company is not caused by IT alone for sure. The lack of self knowledge of Fossil as... — read more
There's some real irony there. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-infosys-ceo-idUSKCN1AY0DH — read more
As reported today, "Fossil has a number of launches coming, with products that have increased functionality and other benefits, according to Chief Executive Kosta Kartsotis. The company is keeping hope alive for the latter part of the year."
Dallas Business Journal recently posted Dennis Secor's total compensation: $4.21 million, +190.11% from 2014 to 2015. He must be AMAZING!! Ranking 7th highest paid CFO/EVP in DFW. — read more
If you are still contributing to your retirement plan, keep a watchful eye, or consider eliminating contributions all together. The money being taken from your paychecks may not entirely be going into your retirement account.
With all the wild daily fluctuations of our stock price, it's clear that the day traders have gotten a hold of it. Never a good thing.
Anyone know of the Fossil Group severance package policy? I've asked around and with HR and no one has straightforward answers. Store is closing in a few weeks. Thanks
I needed to vent here a bit as there are many rumors and (maybe lies) about layoffs in Richardson.
The company is in all kinds of trouble and we keep getting pushed to do more with less. Now you hit us up again with the total time waste of doing an IDP??? Really? Let me keep doing my job to keep the company afloat now is not the time for the HR... — read more
My friend said the consultant that comes every time we do layoffs was at the HQ last week - she asked her boss and he said yes more layoffs coming
News of the day - Relic Brand no longer making product and Metro Service Center to be outsourced. Both will be done in Dec of this year.
Many of the Infosys folks assigned to work at Fossil were already in the US on work visas for other assignments including some for petroleum engineering that had nothing to do with Fossil and Information Technology. There were only assigned to keep... — read more
This is not a good sign: Kosta sold 1,075,000 shares of Fossil's stock on Tuesday, May 30th. The shares were sold at an average price of $11.29, for a total transaction of $12,136,750.00.