Thread regarding Dunkin layoffs

Return to Office?

Anyone heard what Canton is leaning towards?

Although Atlanta wants us all back by the many comments, I wonder if we will be allowed to make our own decisions in some capacity. I feel if we didn't get acquired, the choices would be ours (depending of course on our positions, bosses, etc.). I can't speak for everyone, but for those of us with kids, it has helped tremendously and eliminated a stress of often juggling schedules, allowing better focus towards our work AND home life.

I wish Atlanta would see it from that perspective.

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Could not agree more!

As we are still under continuous COVID impact, employees have to balance increased family responsibilities and extreme Dunkin workloads due to constant workforce reduction. We lost really talented people and replaced them with clueless contactors with astronomical hour rates. Wasn't it cheaper to convert current employees to contractors at the half rate?

I happen to know cases when it takes contractors up to a month just to get onboarded. Talk about efficiencies.

In any case at this point it doesn't matter anymore, just give us our severances and let us move on. We worked hard towards it and I have a feeling that come Jan 2022 this will conveniently be taken away.

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