EFI just LOVES to cut costs. It’s the only thing they can do to improve profits for their slow growing business. Layoffs, pay cuts, and now the next logical step: moving to a location with lower employee costs. Bye bye!!!
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There’s something more threatening and dire than COVID-19 to long time EFI employees. The prospect of continuing to work at a declining EFI for years on end with little hope for escape.
This company does not belong on Silicon Valley. It’s not a fast growing tech company hiring top talent at competitive salaries. With the Fiery business in decline, it’s now mainly a printer manufacturer. There is not a single open engineering position for Silicon Valley listed on their careers page. Why is this company still in Silicon Valley?
A necessary end to things comes when it is most needed
Well, obviously that is the plan since the new office in CA has room for 3 labs, a few desks and I believe two entire toilets to share since Gecht ran off with all the low quality toilet paper stuck to his shoe.