Thread regarding T.D. Williamson, Inc. layoffs

Is TDW in trouble given the situation

Is this the case?

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TDW (TMP) has been in a downward spiral for the last 5 years. Good worker or not, if you are not a brown noser for thier supervisors, you are on the chopping block ! Many were let go in the last layoff in 2016 that were great workers, just could not snitch on others like the old timers do! Also. people in the office who know zero about machines, are running the Shop. So sad, as it used to be a great place to work !

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Post ID: @1Xpkh+1407SlID

Headcount cuts...still too many Senior VP's and Directors of nothing remaining. This company is WAY too top heavy. Do not have enough technicians to run tools and services effectively, but absurd layers of upper management getting large bonus during the last re-org. The company attempts to brain wash with core values statements and public relations garbage. Sales force has no idea what they are selling, no wonder they are getting beat by competition. Best move of my career was leaving TDW.

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Post ID: @1jgay+1407SlID

Tis true. Further cost cutting measures moved from pay cuts to headcount cuts. Today is the day of reduction. The extent to which this action reaches I do not know because I won’t be around to assess the damage. Sorry it came to this but these are unusual times. Good luck and best wishes to all who remain.

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Post ID: @1ijax+1407SlID

Agree 100% with sales comments. Could save 2MM a year but letting a bunch of worthless sales managers go.
Unfortunately they will layoff people who actually work hard, then make the people left pick up the slack.
This company is doomed, mostly due to poor sales/buisness practices way before the current situation.

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Post ID: @Yyxk+1407SlID

Sales team is the worst I’ve seen ever, so lazy. Account managers and regional sales directors should be the first to go if layoffs come. There would literally be no impact to the business. Project managers actually manage customers, so no need for most of the sales team, especially the higher ups in Houston. Half of “HR Partners” could be let go too.

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Post ID: @Xtzg+1407SlID

Layoffs coming. They will have plenty of “Senior Directors” after I’m sure.
Place is a joke.

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