Thread regarding John Deere layoffs

New corporate word - employee separation?

It is funny how Deere tries to avoid harsh terminology while announcing "broad employee-separation programs that will be completed during the fourth quarter". After "reduction in force" this is such a new level of negative euphemisms. Are they trying to deflate and diminish firing people?

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/deere-raises-sales-outlook-while-101648605.html

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My manager was discriminated against because he had a bald spot on the top of his head and he spray painted it with paint to hide it.

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I have been s—ing hind tit doing wire harness work for years. There is just no respect for dedication and doing the jobs others won't do.

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Post ID: @1qqvj+16Ds1Oom

It’s what we all do to some extent - sugar coat bad news. At least they’re being clear that they’re trying to reduce head count in high expense labor markets and shift to more outsourcing.

Supply management, harness design, marketing...basically any type of work that can be done in Mexico or India, or is not tangibly tied to making or selling a tractor is at risk.

Good luck

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