In most recent communication the originally planned April IT reorg was pushed out. It was also mentioned that they are focusing on non-IT departments for now. Any ideas what changed?
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Will it start this week or will this wave all happen at once at the end of the month?
We knew the Friday cut was coming but it's still beyond maddening and the pay not reflected in the additional hours won't be the only blow, I'm sure. As much as I love Dunkin' and always will, it will never be the same.
Another failed promise of no changes in 2021. In a meanwhile, people are let go quietly. At this rate Canton’s headcount will be at 300-400 FTEs by the end of the year. Empty building with terrified “legacy” folks waiting for the next round of cuts.. It is a shame and I have no one else to blade than our former executive team, who lined up their pockets with stock money and betrayed all of us. Job well done “ Smart, Strong and Kind” !
Bye bye half Friday’s - a hidden 10% pay reduction accross the board.
Happy to pay my bonus back...
That makes sense. So maybe it's not just April and September then? And I assume you're referring to the WARN act? Tough situation all around. We have great people and not knowing who specifically will be affected, I feel for everyone at this point.
Inspire realized, that it will take longer to on-board Dunkin IT. They need Dunkin to complete heavy lifting so people in Atlanta can collect the medals. I suspect IT team will get their notices after migration complete. For now they will be trimming a few legacy folks every week to keep a low profile and avoid triggering MA Labor department notices.
Does anyone else just want the end of April to be here already? Some departments seem to know so much more while others are left in complete darkness. We all know it's coming so I wish more info would be shared, even if it's not much.
Although it seems almost impossible to believe, employers in Massachusetts, or in any other employee-at-will state, can fire any employee at any time for any reason — or even for no reason at all. An employer can terminate any employee, with or without notice.
Monthly Inspire IT meeting
What communication was that mentioned in?