Thread regarding Sysco Corp. layoffs

Sysco loses $86.1 million contract - how many more employees get let go now?

"Law360 (July 8, 2020, 5:04 PM EDT) – The U.S. Government Accountability Office refused to revisit its decision to dismiss Sysco's protest over an $86.1 million Defense Logistics Agency food supply deal, saying an attorney's COVID-19-related lockdown didn't excuse his failure to meet a filing deadline."

So Sysco's lawyer cannot file on time, and they lose a huge government deal. Hilarious...except that probably means more normal people will be let go, and not the fat cats in charge.

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Post ID: @OP+15RdeJBR

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Sounds like Kevin H. speaks with a forked tongue. Time for him to go.

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Post ID: @Wrdm+15RdeJBR

just heard they lost more Panera business who should be surprised when the let the point person for the account go . More to come

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Post ID: @rglw+15RdeJBR

The second floor was to busy filing a new severance plan for theirselves with the SEC that now gives them two years of pay if they are terminated to take care of a customer !

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Post ID: @cogf+15RdeJBR

Business Resources is getting it today. Calls are being made throughout the day....

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Post ID: @5ncq+15RdeJBR

Maybe the board will send Kevin H a meeting invite with Touch base as the subject and read a script basically informing him that he no longer has a job.

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Post ID: @3lcd+15RdeJBR

Sysco management team has done so many people wrong. Please sit back and watch, Sysco is about to fail.

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Post ID: @1yfk+15RdeJBR

https://www.law360.com/articles/1289975/gao-says-virus-lockdown-can-t-excuse-sysco-filing-failure

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