Thread regarding Ascension Health layoffs

They see us as burden

I don't know if better off are those who will be laid off or those who survive. Given that Ascension is increasingly showing that it doesn’t value any of its employees and that they view us as an expense, I’m afraid of what survivors are yet to expect here and what will cutting of expenses look like next year? Someone mentioned here that they only agreed to fund the pension through 2022.

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I've spoken to a couple of former co-workers that are still with AT and they've told me that it is a complete cluster fu-k with two few leaders micromanaging their work and HCL closing SEV 1 & 2 INCs instead of working them. Miss the pay but I am glad I am gone!

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Not to mention, look what they will have to look forward to working with. Complete cacophony. No thank you.

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Oh most DEFINITELY, the better off are the ones who are getting laid off and getting their severance and can find employment with a company that is trustworthy. Those that remain or have been rehired will always have that doubt hanging with them if AT will pull this again with either this current band of "leaders" or the next group.

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