Layoffs have started, that much is obvious. I'm just upset over how little transparency there is about the whole process. We need to guess how many are affected and who is the next to be hit. You can't tell me there are no better ways to do this without stressing employees unnecessarily like this.
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They are calling this a post pandemic response to the new eating habits of customers world wide.
In 2016, that called it project catalyst. 2,000 'layoffs'.
2014, same drill. Used to be that the word layoff meant no work today, we will bring you back soon when conditions improve.
No it seems to be a word that saves the company from liability for terminating 2,000 people en masses.
It's simply another thinning of the herd. In 2016, in Arizona there was a retail Manger let go who was making over $125,000.
If you are at the bottom of the ladder the RSRs of the sales force we are being told nothing and yet we are to sell to Walmart and kick bu-t like nothing is wrong.