Are new layoffs likely due to the Coronavirus hit on the market?
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Nope, they do not. nothing to do with bad economic times, it is about the bottom line. more laying offs must be comeing
Intrado executed significant layoffs in Omaha 04/02. Lost key employees in development, creative services/vui design, engagement, project management. Staff cut to the bone. This was interactive services division. Tenure ranged from 2 to 20 years.
They are definitely not. A few of our team members were let go today. So unfortunate and insensitive are these people!!!
When all of this is over, they'll start laying off people again.
Any news ?
west has been laying employees off for years in order to save money. they are eliminating 10 employee's jobs in woburn, ma (formerly an intercall location) as of 3/30/20 by not renewing the lease on the office space. however, they have hired these employee's replacements in their omaha corporate hq so that saving money scenario is sort of not true. so west is not going to let mass hysteria over some virus stop the layoffs.
I have the same question. I think CEOs are sensitive to cut now.