Does anyone have any info on the field auto adjuster? What about the esurance auto adjusters?? Any idea how long esurance will still do there own claims???
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I am hoping that my recent numbers will help. In 2017 I was struggling but was not considered "Under performing" I know 2018-2020 I was doing "Expected or better than expected" in all areas (most expected) I am just going to keep focused on doing my job well and try not to let it worry it me too much and that's what I recommend every one else do. Review your budgets for sure but just focus on each day one at a time.
You're supposed to "work", but in reality if you're not spending 90% of your day looking for a new job you're a mo–n...
You work during the 60 days
When you get 60 day notice in a situation like this, do they make you work and continue doing your job during those 60 days? Or are you immediately relieved and just remain on the payroll for 60 more days?
So we will know by Friday if we will have to take the assessment or not?
Would it be 60 days from end of August? End date would be end of October? That seems like a long time.
My manager had a meeting scheduled for tomorrow and it got cancelled
I’m hearing mgrs have a call tomorrow and will be told who will be getting the assessment notice on 7/15. The mgrs will be then be informing theirs reports either tomorrow or Friday who will be getting the assessment. 4-6 weeks later which is end of August those affected will be given 60 notice. This came out of my mco and is reliable info.
Some seemingly reliable posts have said it'll be sooner - 4-6 weeks after the assessment people will know. That makes it end of August. Still horribly handled - it has now been 4 weeks (6/11) since the TW town hall announcing the RIFs, and here we are relying on an anonymous internet site for any information.
Why must they wait until 9/30 to rip off the bandaid!?
Taking an assessment means your role likely has more employees for the amount of work that is needed. So your role will have people that get laid off. However, the good news is that you will know 100% that your role is needed, so the role is not getting laid off. Meaning the majority of folks in your role will keep their jobs. If a role doesn't get an assessment, that could mean the role is no longer needed, so you get laid off without even taking the assessment.
The people who have had poor performance over the past couple years should worry about keeping a job...folks that have done well the past few years and take the assessment, in theory, should be in good shape. Lets just say in your role you have 100 peers...and the decision is to reduce by 10%...Likely there are probably 10 employees from that group already that have poor performance...so if you are a good employee in that role, you should be fine...now if the % reduction is 30-40%...then you'll likely get into folks who have been meeting the expectations so that is when the assessment likely will come into play...
This is just my opinion....
If you are chosen to take the assessment, does that mean you are more than likely going to be laid off?
Tom and Glenn ;)