I heard SG is getting ready to do more layoffs. Has anyone heard this?
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Scientific games has got to do something if they want to survive. They have got to reorganize and cut out duplicate departments like project management. Product management and compliance as well as game development and Hardware engineering do the project management role. All project management does is collecting information and send it back they are middlemen.
AGS don't owe billions in debt. They have a studio in Australia creating games straight to market for the U.S. They also don't have mumbles Cottle and the plethora of b—s— "VPs" running the company.
how is AGS still in business
I hope it is VP and Directors in project Management.
Please give departments or positions, or this is just fear mongering about layoffs.
I’m Still on furlough, they brought back some of us but I am still furloughed. I am afraid I might be laid off real soon.
Layoffs again? No way! Sorry to hear more great employees are gone. Everyone should be observant the rest of the week in case more come.
Sorry to hear that.
What department were you in SWa?
Sept 8, 2020 was my last day. I was layed off yesterday. :(
From my understanding, several of us that were furloughed now were layed off.
I have to agree. This time around is fear mongering about layoffs
Did everyone in executive management from director and above have a salary cut?
This is a false rumor guys, no more layoffs are happening.
I heard it from a CEO at another manuf company. I feel he is reliable. They need to cut some of the VPs and directors in Hardware, Project Management and Game Dev they are way to fat.
Good Lord I hope not. Everyone is already doing assembly, maintenance, sales, project management, sanitation, and c-sino duties at the same time.
I heard the same. company still very top heavy and there is redundancy that could be cut. Next 12 months going to be about survival, getting as lean as possible to make it thru. Land based gambling in the US is going to be on life support the next year or two, suppliers most vulnerable.
Thanks for the update. Did you hear this from a reliable source?