Thread regarding Xerox Corp. layoffs

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Most Saxon rebadged have been extended, no word on how long.

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Post ID: @3swc+12YqxhtS

If you did not get 2 week notice you may not be leaving on the 27th, I know there were major paperwork issues with the last group that left that still have not received their severence yet, who knows as HCL can't get anything right

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Post ID: @3vlg+12YqxhtS

Any word on your notice? Good luck!

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Post ID: @3njr+12YqxhtS

60 day notice gave a date of 1/27.. which means 2 week notice was due yesterday.. never came. Will HCL keep us longer than they said? 😣 and when do they plan on telling us if they do?

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Post ID: @2ban+12YqxhtS

I've heard that it will be in Xerox direct, so not XBS. And not XIM.

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Post ID: @1mej+12YqxhtS

I've heard nothing this time. Are rumors for XBS? XIM?

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Post ID: @1fus+12YqxhtS

Our last communication from HCL stated our last day is January 27, so we should get our "severance details" today.

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Post ID: @1fof+12YqxhtS

It all goes down on Friday, the 17th.

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Post ID: @1gnp+12YqxhtS

I have been told to expect a large number of IRIF notices later this week but wasn't told which geography they will be in. Originally planned for December but was delayed. Don't know why.

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Post ID: @1thp+12YqxhtS

Lay-off rumor for this week to make up for the ones delayed in 2019. Just a rumor, these action usually don’t occur in a Monday based on my experience.

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Post ID: @1uel+12YqxhtS

Hcl 2 week notice prior to letting rebadged go

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Post ID: @1ndo+12YqxhtS

I don’t understand this post. What are you talking about?

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Post ID: @ltb+12YqxhtS

2 week notice is what employees give, Xerox gives a we don’t need you anymore here is your box pack up and leave.

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Post ID: @bou+12YqxhtS

I don't see anything new in that link.

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Post ID: @ekn+12YqxhtS

Most likely not as notices seem to be shared on fridays or at least that's what we have noticed for several of the organizations here.

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Post ID: @dxi+12YqxhtS

https://www.doleta.gov/tradeact/petitioners/taa_search_form.cfm

About the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Program
The Trade Act of 1974 (19 USC § 2271 et seq.), as amended, established Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) to provide
assistance to workers in firms hurt by foreign trade. Program benefits include long-term training while receiving income support.
TAA provides both rapid and early assistance. Filing this petition is the first step in qualifying for TAA benefits and assistance. After
the petition is filed, the U.S. Department of Labor will determine whether a significant number or proportion of the workers of the
firm have become total or partially separated or are threatened to become totally or partially separated, and whether imports or a
shift in production or services to a foreign country contributed importantly to these actual or threatened separations and to a decline
in sales or in production of articles or supply of services. If a petition is approved and the workers are certified as eligible to
participate in the TAA program, workers covered by a certification may contact their state workforce agency to apply for benefits.
These benefits are provided at no expense to employers.

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Post ID: @oaq+12YqxhtS

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