I know layoffs have been going on all last week but more is coming. Told from reliable source that management already has layoffs planned for July.
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hope the pgl get laid off too. once they get promote to pgl, they are as evil as the management.
The stock price has stabilized at $13. What a joke. Never been this lie for so long. Kiss your 401 good by. It is a circus run by clowns.
My manager got laid off before me and I was there for 1 year. I think a lot of managers are scratching their heads too.
well I got laid off July 6 from Sperry NB campus. It is a very hard pill to swallow especially after 15+ years of hard work and loyalty to this company. I thought they'd be here for me when I needed them just like I was for them when they needed me. Loyalty gets you nowhere! Do not believe your managers when they tell you "if you go.. I'll go too" They are watching out for themselves!
I should not be looking for a job at 55 years old.
Starts Monday July 6th
Starting July 6th
Did they say when in July?
F— Halliburton. I hope they go bankrupt.
Keep telling yourself that, most of the jobs not coming back, market long ways off to bounce back, lot more hardacke to come.
I'm surprised they are still laying off people. The stock price has recovered and stabilized. Once the business picks up, they're going to have to re-hire just as fast as the layoffs.
I a junior manager by title and not pay and am ready to be let go. My clueless upper management team has no plan and continues to espouse the same corporate motto we have a plan, we have flatten expenses. There is no plan, and more flattening of expenses will occur the remaining workers that are working will continue to do multiple positions while the id–t mo–n managers continue to work from home watching their morning TV shows while leaving there TV sound on during conference calls with the plant. Screw this place.
yes. The 2nd quarter conference call is scheduled for july 20. They lay off more before that in order to meet expectations. Shareholders are more important than employees.