Thread regarding TIBCO Software Inc. layoffs

Are you prepared?

Tibco is known for having layoffs in the first week of December and I don't think this year will be any different. As a matter of fact, I'm rather certain this year will be worse than any before courtesy of the pandemic. I hope everybody is prepared in case their name is on the list. If there ever was a time to dust of your resume and update your LinkedIn, this is it.

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Saw some UK managers got binned back in October and a load of Indian employees promoted to manager. Tibco you have lost your minds

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Confirmation that layoffs will happen on Friday, Dec 4th before 11 am. HR has been instructed to be on the call with managers, reducing staff by 20%, some regions will be reduced by 80%. D-Day is Friday, Dec 4th, 2020.

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Of course there will be cost cutting layoffs to compensate for that:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/mattperez/2020/10/14/report-billionaire-robert-f-smith-will-settle-federal-tax-evasion-case-for-140-million/?sh=58bcb00c131f

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Post ID: @4qhr+186S5TAF

Considering the Nov layoff (planned in June/July), is it true to do layoff after one month(Dec) again?

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Post ID: @2nkl+186S5TAF

The company has gone down the drain. There is no innovation - it's just old products that hardly anyone buys now. I will not be surprised if this is the big one and they end up closing offices in Palo Alto. Why do they even need anyone here now?

Such a toxic place due to old timers.

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