I don't think the upper management has really thought this through. Think about it, they've decided on major layoffs when every company is having trouble hiring. This is good for us since those affected will have no problems finding new jobs, but when Bose realizes it needs to replace some of those "expensive" employees it's getting rid of, it might be in for a rude awakening. Not many people want to work for cheap anymore, and certainly not those who know what they're doing. I'm looking forward to seeing how this plays out.
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they never thought it through. During my layoff they let go a DSP engineer who was awesome because his project was cancelled. Why let go a DSP engineer who worked well with everyone?
"I don't think the upper management has really thought this through" - or pretty clear, the last 6 years running