Is there going to be any reorg or Monsanto layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
What will happen next and were will this take us?
I am interested in the overall number of employees. Also, please share if you know how many people work at St. Louis?
How likely is that there will be Monsanto Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
As someone that did mergers and acquisitions here’s what happens. Acquirer does financial analysis when determining a fit. X dollars will be bid to acquire and is often 30% to 50% and more of current stock price. Stock watchers then look for... — read more
Bayer just announced 4,100 job cuts from Crop Science.
Have you heard anything about potential Monsanto Layoffs in 2019?
I work in IT and support HR and Finance. All people that I work for are curious and nervous what will happen next when layoff and all those people hunt for jobs in St. Louis which very limited opportunities.
Bayer has made it very clear that they do not want a mini-corporate office in St. Louis. Bayer's CEO is under great pressure to save the promised $1.5 billions over 3 years. Most all of that savings is going to come from layoffs. If the average... — read more
In order for Bayer to save 1.5 million over the net 3 years, they will layoff thousands of employees. This will begin shortly after Bayer acquires the company. The cuts will be quick and deep.
If I tell you that I am concerned you'll laugh - but how can you ignore so many warning signs here in St. Louis.
There are several on the chopping block that need to make amends with those that have gone before them. If you were flippant or nasty to someone that's gone in a previous layoff, chances are that person has some influence on a potential next job... — read more
The fear of the unknown is truly taking a toll on Monsanto employees! People are constantly waiting for the ax to fall. Should I stay or should I go? More cuts around the corner and again soo much knowledge walks out the door!
So looks like this mega merger is happening. So what does this mean for all of us?
Let's say the Bayer deal does go through. How will this impact employees in the long run? Will Bayer keep our employees or are we all SOL?
Muckaty Mucks are praying this one goes through so as to keep their big golden parachutes.
What do you think about layoffs?
there are news that they are going to change severance policies for asia
Run for the hills. All research has been in the extend program. Without EU approval, extend is dead. All the major grain buyers have refused to accept extend beans. There is no plan B at corporate. Major layoffs looming.
Just hallway talk, but still. I guess most everyone that was around during the days of outsourcing to IBM is gone or has forgotten what happened then.
Any updates here?
Layoffs at Monsanto again - announced that 1000 will be let go - that's in addition to 2600 that we cut in the fall - it's global, it's going to be between 10 and 20 percent of the overall headcount so it's going to hurt. Severance will be paid out... — read more
The company plans to slash 1,000 more jobs this will bring total planned job cuts to 3,600.
It's terrible they are making us wait 18-24 months. Just curious if anyone had a heads up.
My health and balance between work and life is so much better. Sure, you may have to move to a different part of the country or take up work outside of a seed company, but your horizons will expand and your mind will be opened. You won't regret it.
What is the likelihood of Monsanto layoffs in St. Louis in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
Is Monsanto Canada going to be affected by layoffs and how big the cuts are going to be? Anyone?
Does anyone know what kind of severance package we will be getting? I think it's been a while since Monsanto has had layoffs so I am not sure if they were changing policies on Severance Pay. I joined in 2012 but I heard that during the downturn the... — read more
The four locations in the title are supposed to be hit the most. That's the rumor, you can take it with a grain of salt... Here is the full list of locations with IT resources, many are very small: AMES, IA; -- ANKENY, IA; -- BERINO, NM; --... — read more
I hope we'll do better this time around as 2008 was not fun
OK - now this is demoralizing - the layoffs will take over 24 months - does that mean that we have to wait that long to learn who will leave and who will stay? This will be very bad for employee morale as people will lose motivation to work... — read more
I quit in 2014, changed line of work but I can tell you that there are many folks who consistently work 50+ hours per week at Monsanto. I know that many companies are doing the same thing but that's peaks and valleys, not consistently 50+. Now with... — read more
It's not all that bad, regardless of layoffs I'd say that Monsanto is a great place to work, a great employer with a casual environment. The employee benefits are outstanding and can hardly be matched. We provide vacation and paid-time off and... — read more
The fact that Monsanto will exploit contractors (especially on the IT side) and use them for many years without any intent on direct hire creates a very toxic culture at Monsanto. Monsanto does not even have to worry about layoffs of contractors -... — read more
Things are not looking good for us, there is a lot of internal and external pressure - the execs will need to move the stock up but the only way is to lay off people to decrease costs - in short, we are 20% down, almost to 2013 levels when it comes... — read more
Breaking news: Monsanto officials have yet to announce whether any of its recently announced layoffs will affect employees locally or in the Delta. Following a 14% 3rd quarter drop in business profits, Monsanto will lay off 4% of its global workforce... — read more
Monsanto is announcing that it will be laying off approximately fifty folks (Mississippi) as part of consolidation of manufacturing facilities. No word where exactly the cuts will be directed.