When’s the class action going down with this? It’s clear as day that Fidelity made these mass terminations knowing that revenue declines were on the horizon. I’m sure that Fidelity made assumptions that they can not prove to terminate so many people in the manner in which they did. Would not put it past them to have manipulated information to support their false accusations.
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How is theRe going to be a class action when most of the employees fired were probably at-will?
Sign me up if there is a class action lawsuit for the mass firings on the computer reimbursement fiasco.
Don’t think for a minute we didn’t see the first post you ended up taking down ;-) Round up your troops and open up your law book. Good luck!
Jesus, I'm so tired of hearing about these people who stole from the company still going on about how the company is the problem. One of the guys from my team got sacked for this reimbursement fraud. Now, we don't have ANY computer reimbursement thanks to them. F— him and f— anyone else who did this. It's these people that ruined things for the rest of us.
You people at Fidelity have lost your damn collective minds. “My wife who works at Fidelity”, out of the ten’s of thousands of employees working at Fidelity...zero, count them, zero of their spouses are searching online Fidelity lay-off message boards and commenting on computer reimbursements. The trolls posting obviously have a vested interested. It’s clear as day this thread struck a nerve. The cover up makes your actions that much worse.
My wife works for Fidelity and has a lot of shares. I know for sure revenues aren’t going down. It’s been almost two years since this happened. I don’t really feel bad for anyone who tried to manipulate the system. In this business, reputation and integrity are EVERYTHING....
200 unethical (or questionably so) people were let go. They have 300+ openings online right now.
I know someone, personally, who returned something and called to find out next steps on the reimbursement. They wound up adjusting his rebate based on the second purchase. I don’t feel bad for anyone who got caught.
I’m certain that the people involved with the administration of these mass firings acted more unethically than most of those terminated. Truth tends to see the light of day over time.