Thread regarding ViacomCBS layoffs

Layoffs?

It's highly unlikely any layoffs are coming as they can hardly keep employees as it is. Even in higher-paying union areas, people are leaving because many of the other areas are comprised of people now working from home which has bred obvious resentment. Combine that with clueless middle management stressing ridiculous, unrealistic accountability to preserve their bu-----t jobs focused on presenting wholly inaccurate data to the layers of management above and you have a tornado of recalcitrance.

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Post ID: @OP+1edVyrnz

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How many shots would that be today FOOL?

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Post ID: @hnza+1edVyrnz

LOL you don't think layoffs are coming? Why do you think they want your vax status? To make it easier! Dult.

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Post ID: @cctt+1edVyrnz

What would Les Moonves say?

"I had a staffer for s-x, because I married the previous staffer/stuffer and gave her every job on the network!"

{{Tisch laughing}}
{{Paley crying?}} nah, he was a co---e, too.

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Post ID: @6wca+1edVyrnz

enough time has passed as well from layoffs, that they came to realization, hey we actually needed those people. now trying to fill them at lower pay rates, even newbies turning those gigs down. absurd situation on both Viacom side and CBS side. what a mess not just viacomcbs but entire media landscape, it is absurd.

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Post ID: @abp+1edVyrnz

Yah a friend of mine who still works for CBS mentioned a memo came out today about that. I used to work for CBS but now I work for Hackman Capital who now owns CBS Television City and recently CBS Studio Center and everything else practically.

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Post ID: @stx+1edVyrnz

nobody on this site knows what recalcitrance means! Nobody has time to look it up either. We are all busy doing 'bu--------t jobs'.

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Post ID: @bfk+1edVyrnz

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