Still ongoing. If it wasn’t clear how much Intrado doesn’t care for their employees, it is now.
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Does anyone know what groups were affected at the site in Mobil, Alabama?
Time to take your sick leave. They do not pay out for that. Get what you can while you can.
I don't know why boomers always think their 20 years of loyalty means anything when it comes to the chopping block. Employees mean nothing to corporations, we are replaceable cogs in a giant meat grinder.
Anyone know if there are higher ups or the exec team that were canned?
Lost vui designers, developers, engagement, project managers in Omaha, interactive services. Tenures ranged from 2-20 years. Yes some from the hubs. 6 wks severance package (allegedly.) Time off shifted to sick pay in December so that would not have to be paid out. No, business wasn't slow. Lost key contributors. Yes, business is up in healthcare. Lost key players there too. A lot of talent just pushed out the door.
Up to 5 now in the West Point office from what I’ve heard (office, not call center). I’ve heard of specific people from multiple departments- Ops, Sales, Finance, GTS/IT. Sounds like it wasn’t specific to any one location or department, but everywhere.
I heard that the max you can receive is 6 weeks of pay if you get laid off. Such a cheap company. Those people were lucky who got out last year. Their severance package was good.
What divisions had layoffs, sales, marketing, tech support, safety services? Any information on these areas?
The policy manual was updated last year, there is no defined severance payout anymore. If someone got severance they would have had to sign papers saying they can't talk about it, so I wouldn't expect a lot of details. The CARES act passed last week will provide $600/wk to people laid off until the end of July, on top of state unemployment. My sympathies to anyone who got cut yesterday, good luck in your job search.
lots in UK too!
Anyone knows what the severance package include?
I can’t seem to find
what is in packages now that manual was changed for severance.
No support techs today. It is not over yet. customers shutting down so we do not have work coming in.
These POS leaders caused this. They let experienced people go without a transition, training for others, and lack of back fills. No wonder goals are not being met!
Meanwhile, we all know some people that need to go, but they will be protected.
- 6 million people across the country filed for unemployment as of 3/28. If this doesn’t tell you the character of John and his circus, you will never get it.
They are the worst kind of humans.
Over 100 from what I am hearing.
Anyone in NY?
To lay-off during this time of crisis is just cruel
Who are the 3 from West Point cuz that is the office I work in an we still got everyone ???
You would think that the coronavirus outbreak would be a boon for the healthcare notifications business, but word is we lost out on a lot of sales because our install time for new customers is too long.
Looks like at least 2 from Mobile. With downturn of business lately look for more in health care business soon. Look at the Qs. It’s bad.
What areas/divisions are hardest hit?
Word is 30 gone from Longmont.
Any from the Mobile location?
At least 3 in the West Point, Ga office.
How many U.K. Employees is this effecting
They did not go through uk workcouncil
Layoffs in Longmont as well. Not sure how widespread yet
I have heard of quite a few people in the Omaha office. Also people that have been with the company for over 20 years.
Hopefully they are giving good severence packages, because there were rumors of them cutting those as well.
Nobody is hiring during this time and unemployment claims and checks are delayed as well.
F— them!!! Glad I just got out!!!
atleast 10 people in the Omaha office from what we hear but still numbers not clear... 2 people from the hubs so far from what i know for sure
Layoffs due to missed revenue target. Intrado is evaluating revenue against target on a quarterly basis and using cost cutting to make up the difference if revenue is below target.
Bad time to do this, with COVID-19. Going to be hard for people to find decent work.
Any word on what areas are getting hit?
There were layoffs in the Louisville office today. It’s going to be difficult looking for a job with the current Corona Virus issues. The company definitely doesn’t care about its employees.