Thread regarding Hitachi Vantara layoffs

Three managers in less than a year

Is this the norm at HV?

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Ditto about the bloated management. I worked for a VP reporting to VP. I know managers right now who have 1 to ZERO employees under them lol

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Post ID: @3dpk+1fRXH5gW

Other companies have managers, HV has been hiring damagers.

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Post ID: @3qoq+1fRXH5gW

until there's clear direction, strategy and execution from GK's team, the leadership erosion will continue. During the Bobby & Brad $shi$how, the layers of unnecessary (bloated) and ineffective management blossomed to the point where everyone was a manager. This compounded the challenges of clearing out the dead wood - expect to see more changes with hope that HV can reinvent itself and be relevant again

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@vbs+1fRXH5gW posted
“ Are these managers still with the company? If not, you need to leave as well. “

IMHO, if these managers still with the o company, I would leave at once.

It’s very well known in the industry that all these managers got their management positions in this company because of politics. They have no management, business and technical backgrounds to lead.

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Post ID: @2vfy+1fRXH5gW

Most managers here got their role from playing politics. They aren’t qualified to lead. So, this isn’t too surprising. Avoid the companies Hitachi managers flock to when they leave.

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Post ID: @2vzo+1fRXH5gW

It’s this way at a lot other companies. People switching jobs and finding out it’s not what they want, so look again.

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Post ID: @1cnq+1fRXH5gW

Are these managers still with the company? If not, you need to leave as well.

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Post ID: @vbs+1fRXH5gW

This is the first time for me to have more than one, not to mention two, bosses in such a short period.

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