Thread regarding SAP layoffs

God Damn you McDermott

4 months ago he tore up 5000 families; and 4 months into it today; some office are rehiring again, once again for the same damn roles.

Now this rat is jumping sh–.

God damn you Bill !
God damn you !

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Post ID: @OP+11t4qyW0

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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-07-31/ibm-fired-as-many-as-100-000-in-recent-years-court-case-shows

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Post ID: @5ufw+11t4qyW0

@11t4qyW0-1qud The Age Discrimination issue is certainly going to bite them squarely on the a–. They are betting against anyone taking any action. Ultimately, all bullies get punched squarely in the nose by someone they never expected to fight back. Its not a matter of if... its a matter of when. Time will tell

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Post ID: @5egg+11t4qyW0

@11t4qyW0-5lnb More layoffs in November? Where are you hearing this from? Locations? Organizations? I've seen comments before about layoffs in September... and when September passed, it was October. Now its October, and its shifted to November. So, what are you actually talking about? Knock off the fear mongering. If you actually care about the community of workers within SAP, then come up with something that is going to add clarity and lessen the noise. All you've done is ramble incoherently. To be honest with you, I can't believe you work for SAP (if you do) because you sound somewhat illiterate. Your post conjures memories of Russian Trolls on social media during the 2016 US Elections. So... what is it? Are you a 16 year old kid sitting in some basement in Bulgaria either getting paid or getting off on scaring people?

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Post ID: @5otw+11t4qyW0

Heard Bill McDermott is fired!
Also hearing about more layoffs in November. SAP is no longer the same company. In a Palo Alto people are dropping like flies! I mean leaving SAP.
Earlier this year they payed off old times to hire young talent but SAP is not able to retain young talent. SAP in US esp. in Bay Area does not pay well.
Hearing about more people will get fired on top level too.
Let’s see. Thinking I need to start looking out for a new job too. Anyways German leaders don’t care about Bay Area location.
No top level leaders left in Palo Alto anymore.

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Post ID: @5lnb+11t4qyW0

The boys in Germany and the Diversity & Inclusion team are happy campers now. They have someone from Germany as a co-CEO again instead of someone from US. They have appointed the first female co-CEO in the history of SAP but they will not address the the age discrimination issue (shame on them!). Let's wait and see what these new CEOs will do to improve the company. I wish them luck!!

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Post ID: @1qud+11t4qyW0

There are still too many rats left at SAP - they are very good at hiding and operate below the radar while they are collecting their big fat pay cheques for doing nothing to help the company (e.g. D&I and HR social programs). There is no accountability whatsoever within SAP and many management team members can get away with their irresponsible behaviours (e.g. bypass performance reviews for their team members but HR is not doing anything). Wake up and get rid of those rats!!

As for rehiring for the same positions that they got rid of recently, that is their standard practice after each layoff - they will hire new younger millennials to fill those positions (blatant age discrimination - where is the D&I team when you need them to speak up?). Well, it is time for the millennials to step up and save the company!!

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Post ID: @ljy+11t4qyW0

On target and accurate OP

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Post ID: @lvh+11t4qyW0

Whether this is already initiated by Elliott is the monster question mark in the room.
In case it is there will be a lot of ‚restructuring‘ on the horizon.

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Post ID: @kmj+11t4qyW0

He didn’t tear up anything, Elliot did. They are the ones probably firing him and he is “stepping down” to save face.

Only a fool would believe he is doing this on his own

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