Smuckers to lay off over 1000 employees as part of the sale of its Pet Brands. Meeting being held with employees on 2/10/23. The announcement of the sale was only announced 2 days ago.
It’s a scary time for us. We’re in the middle of a pandemic and despite the earnings report layoffs are in the future. It’s time to dust off your resumes, build your network and save. I for one do not want to be impacted but if it happens I want to... — read more
I keep reading about an "undisclosed" number of people who are being shown the door. That is such a horrible way to do this. This will leave us hanging and worrying probably much longer than we need to and for so many it'll turn out to be for no good... — read more
The J.M. Smucker Company said upcoming layoffs are due to changing consumer habits during the age. Smucker has been reshaping its operations over the... — read more
Being a long term employee of the Wesson family ( 35 years ) I have seen many changes, have been through 6 buyouts with little or no damage control. The biggest problem I have with this buyout is the time factor. WHEN are the people going to be... — read more
It's appalling and Orrville is going to take the biggest hit. As with just about all big companies money talks and nothing or no one else matters. My heart breaks for the folks who have probably given years of their life to a company only to hear... — read more
This is about Wall Strret results. Earnings per share. They're cutting folks all over the company, not just corporate office in Orville. They're cutting at the plants, San Francisco, too. They're cutting the Research folks who were suppose to be... — read more
This week the J.M. Smucker Company is cutting over 100 jobs at the Corporte Office. How can they truly justify purchasing at 254 million company 2 weeks ago and then elimate over 100 Corporate jobs this week.
What's next? Did pet live up to expectations?
Uh oh... They're using the S word again and pointing to a report from their consultation group. We're also seeing a lot of functions being centralized which will probably make some of the plants mad when they try to fix an issue, save money or push... — read more
After Kraft/Heinz, Cargill and Kellogs all making huge cuts and slim downs it sounds like Smuckers is going to do some at the main office campus. Have there been any hints as to what would be targeted?
I've worked for J.M. Smucker for 12 years now and I've got to say it is one of the best places to work. It is regularly on CNNMoney's top 100 places to work list.