Thread regarding McKesson Corp. layoffs

How long do they have to wait to make a replacement?

I think I will leave here sooner than the colleagues who left will be replaced. The people who did a great job are gone. There has been no replacement for a very long time, and all that time the work has been assigned to us who are still here. I don’t intend to do a triple workload much longer.

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I think that's the wrapped and hidden wave3 , they let everybody leave by themselves so they can much more easily outsource everything at the end... Nobody cares in MT leadership that the company doesn't have a proper IT protection or staff.

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The same US SOC leadership which can barely run excel. They have done a tremendous job of running everything into the ground at light-speed.

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The Texas plan has backfired on them but they cannot admit it because then they will need to take the blame and bear the responsibility of destroying what was a great ISRM ecosystem.
Every week now there is more people leaving but there is no sense of urgency on the leaders, they continue to operate as if all is ok.
I recently heard the manager of the US SOC claim he can run the place himself with just 2 analysts. Before the year end he'll be lucky if he even has 2.
Shame to see it end like this but it's what they deserve, hopefully none for the current ISRM leadership keep positions of this level in the next company, but they seem to have been failing upwards for some time now already.

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For example, they have been building the Texas SOC for about seven months. So far for the vacant Manager, Team Lead, Anaylst roles there have been zero hires. The SOC itself has lost about 80% of its staffing since then and probably that number will be at 100% before the year is out.

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