Nearly 100 people were laid off in the IS department alone the week of May 18th 2020. While a sign of the pandemic it is also a greater sign of the new leadership and growing use of outsourcing. A once great place to work is now less than ordinary.
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I actually resigned because after the all hands meeting it was really apparent that there were going to be layoffs. I had a guaranteed spot with another company which I took because I wasn’t assured safety. Now months later I regret that decision. One of the poorest choices I ever made. I wish I would have waited to see if I would have been laid off. Allegis was by far my greatest employer. They actually care about their staff and they try hard to do things the right way. Hopefully I can go back when the economy opens up. But I
Just wanted to put my 2 cents out there. I was there for 6 years and enjoyed being part of a really smart team. I also can’t forget that I had an awesome manager.
No shock that more contractors were let go – that is common practice. Why were so few leaders affected compared to staff? The politics are disgusting.
Actually twice as many contract employees were laid off as FTE’s. There is no move to additional outsourcing.