Thread regarding IBM layoffs

So what's going on?

We know IBM is restructuring and they've set money aside for it. But when are the layoffs going to happen? I see/hear nothing about how many, who, what, where and when. Is the axe likely to fall before end 2Q, 3Q, 4Q or is it one big fake-out?

Surely they have to do something soon.

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@2ynr Thank you for your CAN CONFIRM about 5/27. Of course you were totally wrong and your confirmation is sh--e. But thank you for playing Layoff Guess Bingo.

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Post ID: @9woj+1aWJp96w

Keep guessing. Of course there will be more layoffs someday. Anyone who announces a date is wrong.

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Post ID: @9ndo+1aWJp96w

There are no big layoffs planned until after July 1. This is well known.

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Post ID: @9fkg+1aWJp96w

This website is cesspool of rumors which doesn't even help anyone
Instead jus focus on yr f'ing life and learn new skills

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Post ID: @2lsm+1aWJp96w

Is 05-27-2021 RA Thursday?

Thought it was 05-20-2021?

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Post ID: @1rzl+1aWJp96w

The next round of layoffs is scheduled for the week of 5/24. So heads up. I would suspect it will be mostly GTS employees in that round to right size the spin-off to Benadryl… is sorry Kyndryl!!

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Post ID: @1aad+1aWJp96w

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=H-kA3UtBj4M

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Post ID: @1jeo+1aWJp96w

Bruh, perhaps the OP isn't worried, and is just a curious stockholder or such. I left IBM in 2013 when things started looking shaky, and never looked back - but I still have an IBM pension, which keeps me interested in the future of the company.

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Post ID: @1zri+1aWJp96w

Bruh.... if you're so worried you should start looking elsewhere. It's not good for your health.

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Post ID: @1pjs+1aWJp96w

Exactly. After July 1 see what’s left. Reorg and cut

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Post ID: @1izf+1aWJp96w

Kyndryl letters of offer are in the works. It may be a case of how many accept / decline those offers before layoffs are finalized?

Rejection of the kyndryl offer means you effectively resign, which is cheaper than a layoff for ibm.

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