That's sad. And some people scarified so much.
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Just think... for the past two + years while sales/profits were down they were calculating how to clean up this mess. Last year at around this exact time, after the last round of 350+ layoffs in September of 2018, YOUR senior management team made the hard decision to close the Denver office and kick every employee to the curb. Then for most of 2019 they made their plan to cancel the office space lease in Denver, layoff all unessential staff and close the doors by end of December 2019.
For the last year, you all worked hard and had no idea that by Christmas 2019 you'd be jobless.
Makes you wonder how your management could know all this and let you buy your new houses, cars, etc., etc.
Trust no one.
Really bad news for Colorado job market.
Not so silent anymore... this layoff is all over the news in Colorado.
Wow, that's a huge layoff.
layoffs announced - they are cutting 500 people, or 3% of the workforce, Denver office closing.
There have been people here and there getting asked to leave (positions eliminated), and others for performance. However, also heard they will be adding positions in Milwaukee because Romania can't do everything.
Where are the layoffs? I heard Denver, Colorado