Share any updates you may have about AT&T Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
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Our office was on the 12-13 surplus list. 10 Facility assignment specialist., Jackson, ms. Displacement date 3-14-2020. We are all retirement eliable and been waiting o this layoff for a while. This is the SE Region.
“Bottom line 5% reduction in workforce by the end of 2020!“
You have a typo. You forgot the 1 in front of the 5. At lest 15% reduction by end of 2020 and probably will continue through 2023.
It’s going to continue to get worse. The company has lost its way. It’s just too big to realize it yet. Its a zombie company kept alive through artificially low interest rates providing cheap debt.
Your forecast does not accommodate the continuous mass exodus of customers.
They cannot cut their way to profitability.
Without a clear vision from experienced leaders and seasoned experts to execute on that vision, they will never stabilize and grow.
The company will continue to bleed out.
Regular reduction in personnel will continue for the foreseeable future thru 202 and beyond. There is a target to get to by EOY 20.
Bottom line 5% reduction in workforce by the end of 2020!
From what we know in the email to ATO and others, if not enough take the MVO (lucky ducks) of 4Q19, and get off books by EOY 2019, then 1Q20 will see forced surplus. It's been speculated, that 2Q20 will then see more Outsourcing. Once after 4Q19 MVO, and then during 1Q20 Surplus another reorg will occur (naturally), and that leads the the Outsourcing, as the reorg will section off groups made ripe for outing in that manner. Not sure what 3Q20 may bring, perhaps more Surplus, and then 4Q20 may bring another round of MVO's (the happiest of getting kicked out to receive) to finally get the greater AT&T employee numbers down to the lean, clean, fighting machine it knows it can be, and become a playa yet once again. I think they will accomplish their goals, and Randels three-year plan will hit the mark.