Thread regarding Allstate Corp. layoffs

🚩Forced arb agreement is a red flag for what is to come 🚩

FORCING all employees to signa mandatory arbitration “agreement” or face termination. should be a red flag to all . if it wasn’t clear to you before then it SHOULD be now. Somethin bad is coming. DO NOT trust the company or the “leaders” in charge. They ARE NOT the same people who were leading Allstate in the years past up until just a decade or two ago or heck even justa few years ago. they do not share their values and only posses a small fraction of their character nd integrity. Their current values ARE NOT the same values that have traditionally been held by Allstate if they hold any at all. The people in charge now are snakes plain nd simple and the company is no longer Allstate at all. be preparedfor further erossions of employee pay, benefits , peace of mind and more layoffs now that this shady, unethical and morally wrong, yet somehow legal. “agreement” has been forced upon all now that there is NOTHING holding them back frm screwing loyal employees and they will be quick to fire any dissenters since they no longer have to face ANY legal consequences for shady behaviors . You can bet ON on thT!! This type of practice should be illegal but sadly, it isnot. Allstate used to be better than this. . But I guess not anymore. . . these “big wigs” in charge should be fully ashamed of themselves but I think they may lack that ability. . TIME FOR TALENT TO LEAVE FOR GREENER PASTURES . better companies are out there...

I prompt you all to do your homework and read up on what these “agreements” mean for employees. With this action they have made it clear that they do not plan to treat employees fairly. 🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩

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Post ID: @11Jhncse

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Allstate is a bully at its best and gets away with it!

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-glcm

On the other hand, the agents (fired as employees forced to become independent contractors) class action lawsuit took about 15 years before they got any money. Not sure there is a fair fight with them.

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-dnmk

That should read as “interesting and informative read”...sorry for weird autocorrect gremlins

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-dwth

Interesting and I for read. The end of this article leaves me with a glimmer of hope in that there’s already a bill written up in Congress that would ban this forced arbitration bs. And google employees plan to lobby Washington for a federal ban

https://www.vox.com/technology/2019/2/22/18236172/mandatory-forced-arbitration-google-employees

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-dsld

Wondering if there is another culling of the herd, those who did not sign would be considered first to walk the plank? Just a thought.

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-bzyj

Union anyone?

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-9wwd

Where is the HR monitors or “what does a social media snoop” at home office worthless position person I support with work in field? Op made good comments but someone from home office has to say it’s all c-ap because she didn’t use Oxford commas rolfmao.

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-9pub

There was a recent Supreme Court ruling that provided mandatory binding arbitration as an effective remedy for claims. My opinion is that Allstate is stretching it’s intent and will be on the wrong end of case law in the near future.

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-2rwb

We are all replaceable. They’ll just hire someone at a lower rate. I know this is just the beginning. I knew that back when they started the whole CI disaster. I’ve heard that this arbitration is a result of what happened in California. I’m not from ther so I do t know what happens. Can anyone enlighten me?

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Post ID: @11Jhncse-spx

Everyone should go out on disability at the same time.... maybe they will start treating employees better

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