Thread regarding Mondelez International Inc. layoffs

Channels Market Manager

There sure are a lot of Channels Market Manager positions open.

"Channels Market Managers will be held accountable for building & leveraging strong partnerships with our third-party broker, wholesale distributors and customers to increase our overall presence in store to achieve our fair share of shelf & display."

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Other signs may or may not be there. This is an large investment in the future of C Store. If you can't accept that you need to remove the tin foil hat.

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Post ID: @jmkk+11stIhzn

For some, the only real sign of our exit from dsd will come in the form of a termination notification. This is likely through glass phone call with HR, as in the past. Some can’t handle the truth! Sad!

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Post ID: @cfmj+11stIhzn

Do you get tired typing the same sh– over and over. The channels job has nothing to do with DSD.

As for the work going to acosta good luck they can barely wipe thier own asses.

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Post ID: @cjhq+11stIhzn

"Stop with the exiting DSD c-ap. These jobs have nothing to do with DSD. These are jobs we used to have before Irene started hacking jobs to try to make up for slow growth."

Keep shilling shill.

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Post ID: @cxxb+11stIhzn

Stop with the exiting DSD c-ap. These jobs have nothing to do with DSD. These are jobs we used to have before Irene started hacking jobs to try to make up for slow growth.

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Post ID: @brvz+11stIhzn

We are not adding Acosta jobs. This job is in place because of how Acosta has managed the business so far. 2 years ago we took a bunch or responsibility back from Acosta. Do some research before posting what you don't know about.

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Post ID: @bmwy+11stIhzn

It’s takes a long time to exit dsd. Lots of moving parts, and the writing is on the wall for mondelez, and has been for some time! It’s over, all people need now is an official call from HR!

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Post ID: @6fcw+11stIhzn

I worked for nestle and we lost our c stores 2-3 years ago. We stopped having meetings about sales targets and focused on safety. The writing was on the wall for years.....they just had a long term plan in place. It just took longer because we had some union guys left they had to get rid of or buy out.

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Post ID: @6fvo+11stIhzn

Who cares! Mondelez is still going to have employees, who will still get insurance! So if you sign up and DSD ends in 2020, you lost it. Big deal! They have to offer Cobra. You think if the exit date is March of 2020, they won’t give you benefits now? Wake up, not how that works! DSD is ending, Mondelez is not. Until DSD ends, it will be business as usual.

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Post ID: @2tgs+11stIhzn

How stupid can you be?

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Post ID: @2hji+11stIhzn

Health insurance sign up is in November for 2020. We're not going anywhere. No layoffs. This page is just a bunch of rumors and disgruntled employees!!

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Post ID: @2nus+11stIhzn

C stores are already warehouse! Product comes through third party distributors and Acosta services. No brainer where things are headed!

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Post ID: @1jbr+11stIhzn

Starts with C Stores then to Grocery Stores. We are no longer a selling organization. This will be the new model in 2020

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Post ID: @1qzg+11stIhzn

Lots of new jobs.....cause the old ones are going away!!

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Post ID: @1mda+11stIhzn

We are adding jobs.

That's for sure.

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Post ID: @sog+11stIhzn

Acosta jobs

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Post ID: @efd+11stIhzn

This position is for convenience stores, not grocery stores.

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