All I see is people with more years and more experience being forced to leave first. How is that fair?
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I just want to know why no one in compliance or project management got hit, they are large departments.
I will say i may be gone but some of the others who are gone should have been gone long time ago. Seriously i get the whole panic going on and cost savings but some ppl should just realize they were lucky not to be cut before all this crud hit. Know you had a free ride for years. I mean i lost my job and dont get it but know i am replaceable and so is everyone. Get over yourself you were not the best employees of SG - some were some were far from it. I am not perfect but understand that this was a hard decision to make for SG and it had to be done to save the company. least i can be rehired.
heres an obvious one. liliana reynoso
Being fair about who goes, first or last is not an option when crisis hits a company that is heavily in debt. Its all about the investors at this point, not the employees or survival of the company.
The question is, a year from now, what pieces will still be there to pick up and will the ones left behind have the skills to do so? Or, is the remaining management team thinking that they can do better by poaching more people from Aristocrat and IGT?
Time will tell.
I hear you all have a VP that has no staff under him and has been there for years. He threatens to quit or retire all the time, why is he on the payroll?
And don't get me started on some of the people who should be gone permanently, not just furloughed, and who are still here.