If the economy turns around, do you anticipate any Iron Mountain Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Topics regarding layoffs at Iron Mountain Inc.
Q&A kinda thread - what's happening next?
I was the lowest person on the totem pole, but was laid off. Maybe not the correct word, but I'm interested to hear what other's experienced firings after 2020, and after their crisis of profitability in 2020, called "Project Summit"
I am interested in the overall number of employees. Also, please share if you know how many people work at Boston?
I left the company about a month ago. missed the cuts. it was not at all like the company I began working for almost 10 years ago. I used to feel valued and needed. When I left, I was nothing more than a number and a salary. Bill Meany is slowly... — read more
How likely is that there will be Iron Mountain Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
I just got laid off. This place has the worst upper management. I'm glad I'm leaving and feel bad for the ones I'm leaving behind. Good riddance
K--ling most of the Iron Cloud services, immediately, for the.... 3rd? Time. Totally cut Dell / EMC off at the knees without warning (most of Iron Cloud built on EMC gear), who had just gone all-in with IRM as their lead CSP, so they're p*ssed... — read more
Have you heard anything about potential Iron Mountain Layoffs in 2019?
Whenever you think there will be no layoffs they change the approach. Now all people are talking about job cuts in Boston.
I need to know when layoffs will happen here in Boston.
Is any layoffs in Tampa in 2016?
What is the likelihood of Iron Mountain layoffs in Boston in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
There was a layoff on 7/28/15 which eliminated many employees in North America and Europe.
Anybody has more info, I heard that we might have a reorg in Corporate and that layoffs may follow in the second half of 2015. Are layoffs at Iron Mountain in 2015 a real possibility?
What are you thoughts? Pay, benefits? I was offered a position in finance but not sure if I should accept.
Seniority doesn't mean Jack at IM.. Over 40 with 15+ yrs; look out. Thee is no customer service anymore...
A quick question - Are we laying off based on seniority? For example, if I am with Iron Mountain for 10 years, someone else is with us 5 years, same performance, same salary, same position, is the other guy more likely to be cut?
Cheers to everyone!!!
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Raw unedited audio of Iron Mountain shredding department manager Scott Krieg unlawfully interrogating driver for his protected union activity. The driver has since been illegally terminated for helping his co-workers organize a union... — read more
Do you guys know what are severance rules (how many weeks, etc) - I echo Anonymous675
things will not get better, do not drink corporate koolaid, think with your head. people print less, people store less, people destroy less, there is less work for iron mountain, simple as that, good days are over...
WE ALL KNOW WHAT'S GOING ON, LAYOFFS ARE WELL SPREAD AND DEEP - AND THIS BOARD IS SILENT. WHAT A SHAME.
less printing, less documents, less need for iron mountain - i think that we have issues in both short and long term - we need a new strategy