Cuts are a constant as that is the easy answer for senior leaders. No one is safe. Everyone will eventually be on the other side of the HR conversation.
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Operations is a blood bath. The Estero SMT should spend the day at the ATL location.
Cuts? We're dying for help. Losing people every day.
Hertz just Fired over 30 employees of color at the San Juan Puerto Rico location mist with 20,30 even one with 45 years of service with only 30 days notice and didn't offer early retirement these employees are heroes they work the entire pandemic without hazard pay the executives branch live in lala land don't have a clue about diversity not a minority in the highest level so they dump on employees of color
Cuts are never on hold. They haven't been on hold since we were spun off from Ford. Keep your nose firmly up your supervisor's a-s and you'll be fine.
Or am I being too optimistic?