Thread regarding Intel Corp. layoffs

I've stopped caring and so should you

Isn't it obvious?
The company doesn't care about you. It just chuck you on the sidewalk whenever it wants, with not a care. That's what "at will" is.

Why care about a company that never cares about you? It's quite puzzling.

You're a cog. A commodity. A liability. A NUMBER.

Do people simply like engaging in one-way relationships?

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Post ID: @OP+1ePrSEEs

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I think much has changed at Intel since ACT and that our new leaders do listen and care. That said, yes it’s up to us to perform and yes, if we do not deliver results, we risk negative consequences as you noted. But if you’re not being treated fairly, you should report that situation to ethics.reporting@intel.com I believe Intel expects fair treatment for us all.

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Post ID: @2hmi+1ePrSEEs

Which company really care except for bottom line?

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Post ID: @1qoc+1ePrSEEs

OP is very slow to know what “at will” means. At will is two way, you can too “just chuck your employer on the sidewalk whenever you wants, with not a care”. When you are hired by a company, it says “at will” that works for both the company and you.

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Post ID: @1vpu+1ePrSEEs

Karma eventually wiped away both BK and Richard Taylor.
The issue is the toxic remnants that remain within the management layers and HR.

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Post ID: @jeu+1ePrSEEs

So true! Didn't BK or Richard Taylor say something like "if you don't like it, then leave" as a response to people asking about trust in the company and low morale after ACT?

If you are still under the delusion that Intel cares about its employees after that, that's on you.

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Post ID: @gla+1ePrSEEs

About ten years ahead of you in that department.

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Post ID: @ddi+1ePrSEEs

Intel reflects the worst in caring about people, seen in all their layoffs seen in their focal system, seen in who they promote to mangers, just about everything they do.

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Post ID: @edn+1ePrSEEs

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