I've been hearing rumors that there are more layoffs or possibly a large scale rebadging happening this month.
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The main downvote on this thread has been on a completely useless post saying there are more layoffs coming but I can’t share.
We all know there is much more to come, but pointless posts like that will always get downvoted.
What do you expect?
I love all the downvotes on comments talking about more layoffs or rebadging coming. Dont be an ostrich with your head in the sand.
Project Own-it has already commited to $400M or so in further "cost savings" for 2020. How do you think they'll be getting that? Turning the heat down and putting in LED lightbulbs to save electricity? Finding cheaper toiletries to stock the bathrooms with?
I have zero certainty that I'll have a job past the next day. I'm a high performer and will continue to be but no job or position is guaranteed anymore. And if for some reason the HP merger/purchase goes through you can expect even more IRIF's because HP already has someone doing exactly what all of us are currently doing. Part of the $2B in efficiencies from the merger are just that - LAYOFFS.
I've heard it too but I'm not sure if the 2nd level support team was "the one" or if there was more. Or if it impacts Canada, Europe, or the US. But since Own-it has $400M more to go this year, you know there is more on the way either in IRIF or rebadging.
2nd level support is useless anyway. Xerox's entire support organization s—s. Product teams end up doing their own support because the existing support structure is completely broken.
I've heard there's more coming. Can't share more.
There will be layoffs in the month of January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.
I heard something similar but just assumed it was related to the 2nd level support team changes. Hopefully nothing else is planned.
I'd like to rebadge the icahn e.c. to night managerial jobs at Wendy's
Most if not all 2nd level support received a notice for their jobs. March or April will be their last days.