Thread regarding NCR Corp. layoffs

Still think you're safe?

It's the biggest trap here.
Logically, people think that as hard workers and very productive employees, they will not be shown the door for a long time.
It should always be kept in mind that when it comes to cuts, there is no logic here.
Always be prepared!

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Good leaders serve those they lead. A good leader in any organization must have the mindset that they truly and sincerely work for their employees and not the other way around.

Is something NCR doesn’t do, but I will add I did have a few good managers. It seems the upper tier do not. They serve the shareholders and themselves.

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Post ID: @kpto+1b4LyPcL

Peach tree city building was parts distribution center as well as some rework. Both were outsourced to outside companies

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Post ID: @jzkx+1b4LyPcL

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.ledger-enquirer.com/news/business/article209661464.html

These jobs were also outsourced in Columbus Georgia
I post this only As a reference to the give you more of a timeline. There are more that go further back in time but no need to post them.
But the key sentence “ multi-year strategic initiative to strengthen our global competitive position and accelerate our transformation to a software and services-led, data-driven business”
Is a line of bullcr@p as it’s been going on for years

I believe same thing happened at the peach tree city office also

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Post ID: @ibmr+1b4LyPcL

The offer went up a bit… says it all. They know your worth more. You made a smart choice. Go look at government state/ federal. They may pay alittle less but at least you’ll get a pension like your mailman does. You won’t get one here

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Post ID: @izub+1b4LyPcL

Noted. The offer went up a bit, and I've still declined. Thanks for the tips, everyone. It's disappointing.

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Post ID: @htgg+1b4LyPcL

Hey recent college graduate from GA Tech spread the word on your GT bulletin board.
You're cheap labor for NCR no matter what they tell you. You're not going to learn a thing at NCR except what they want you to learn and when your job can be offshored it will. Better idea to start your career with a company that fosters a career and doesn't aim to pigeon ho-e you with their menial work.

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Post ID: @elnm+1b4LyPcL

Hi. I am a recent college graduate from GA Tech. I found this site, and wow I must say. I turned down an opportunity thanks for the knowledge posted here.

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Post ID: @bluj+1b4LyPcL

" If you are still there, run away as soon as you can." Because if you don't, you'll just get a RIF and thrown out the door anyway. Read what people are writing here. Wake up.

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Post ID: @6fyc+1b4LyPcL

Amen to all. NCR has gone from a great company in the 60’s and 70’s to a “cr-p feast” now. If you are still there, run away as soon as you can.

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Post ID: @6uqt+1b4LyPcL

Just awful. We’re you in the Atlanta office? I heard a ton more big layoffs were coming.

NCR should be ashamed! You will not silence us.

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Post ID: @5bpn+1b4LyPcL

These guys are spot on. Started with a company in 2000. Company was bought in 2005. NCR purchased this company in 2013. So total of 21 years and was let go today like yesterdays garbage. Even had scheduled day off to see family member in hospital. Manager said had to attend conf call!

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Post ID: @5xyu+1b4LyPcL

This company needs to be on the 6PM news. It's unethical to treat people this way.

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Post ID: @5hzp+1b4LyPcL

NCR took advantage of the covid situation to get rid of higher paid and or older employees. Then the company was still hurting so bad that the CEO and his exec's steal millions from the kitty as an end of year bonus. Hayford and his exec buddies need to be shown the door.

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Post ID: @5qnr+1b4LyPcL

"This forum has become my daily regime for NCR bu-----t."

Drops mic..........

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Post ID: @4zfi+1b4LyPcL

This forum has become my daily regime for NCR bu-----t.

Yes, I too was in a Sr. role within the company until Jan of last year. Before that, my yearly reviews were always at the top of of my business unit. (At NCR for 7 years)

Our of nowhere, our old boss was replaced with a "manager" from another team. He had no idea what he was doing, nor was he fit for the role. But, he did wear a nice sport coat and seemed to BS well with the higher ups. The next thing we all know, 6 of us were silently given what the industry calls a "reduction in force." It's their way of getting rid of someone that they (most times) don't want to pay the salary they have earned from tenured working experience. Some of my co workers were even traveling on business and locked out of their systems.

From reading, it seems this still goes on. My advice, just don't take a job here unless you want to get replaced or have your job sent to Serbia. NCR does not care about you, your family, or your work ethic.

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Post ID: @3jyh+1b4LyPcL

I second that. I was in HR and worked at NCR 12 years. Out of nowhere, given a RIF back in Oct. No reason given; just shown to the door. NCR is a shadow of itself.

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Post ID: @3xvg+1b4LyPcL

Why do people keep asking the same question if it’s safe? NCR isn’t a stable company.

I’m a developer and was with the company for 14 years. Suddenly, I’m given a RIF and tossed like a piece of trash.

Do not work for this company.

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Post ID: @2tju+1b4LyPcL

There’s always some logic, like say 10 people get laid off they will pick 5 or 6 older high pay people and mix it with a few low younger lower wage.
If not there would be lawsuits. The targets were the higher paid but lower paid were just casualties.

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