Thread regarding Mondelez International Inc. layoffs

Forced to work off the clock

For now, I do not dare to refuse the overtime work because I am afraid that I will lose my job. Did someone say NO and manage to keep the job?

I am slowly reaching the breaking point and I am afraid that neither physically nor mentally I will be able to withstand this pace of work for a long time.

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Post ID: @OP+1fsKL3NL

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If you have an work accident working off clock they aren’t to cover you and you are in risk of being fired because you are putting in risk the company by that kind of behavior. I’ll do that and I finish working my a-s off for 15 to 16 hours woke up at 3 am and finish at 6:00 or 7:00 pm and repeat that every day. Be sure they aren’t to appreciate your efforts and the way you are going to be diminished physically and mentally. When you get over 50 years you can had the best evaluations before, they will hold you responsible of every single sh-t that happens in your territory. The script is you are slow, you don’t rotate, took you more time to finish. I’m so happy when I don’t see any prds or displays in stores, that means the end is near. Good luck

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Post ID: @9huz+1fsKL3NL

They don't fire employees, they try to make their lives an absolute living he-l so they'll quit.

I'm stronger than them and their constant BS, bias, and retaliation.

I'm still here bi----s!!!

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Post ID: @2pex+1fsKL3NL

Reason they don't "fire" people is cause that is almost always a guaranteed trigger for a lawsuit! "Termination is the ultimate form of retaliation" and always opens the door for someone to sue them. They settle these, but the exposure is not what they want. I know a bit about this......hahahahaha! The absolute d-mbest people I know, laughable! They count on people not exercising their rights, sad!

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Post ID: @2sdt+1fsKL3NL

Its impossible to fire someone at mondelez. Demoted sure.

If you get demoted go on short term disability and enjoy your paid vacation.

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Post ID: @2arw+1fsKL3NL

Email your DM and cc the RDR and ask for the BI hotline, tell them you want to report something. hahahaha, than watch and laugh.
Kudos to the folks in California that sued cause they were forced overtime. They sued and won a class action. You WILL win if you fight, but if all you do is complain than they won't care. I know!

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Post ID: @1ltb+1fsKL3NL

Your post makes me sad.

This company will break you physically and mentally, and not ever give a damn.

They will use you until you quit or collapse.

They don't care. There's no boundaries, nothing is ever enough or too much, you aren't even a human to this company. They literally do not care.

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Post ID: @1hdw+1fsKL3NL

I am 99.999% sure you are not being forced to work overtime off the clock at this company.
If you are, then you need to compile evidence of your being asked to do this and report it immediately, along with how long you've been doing it and how many 'off the clock' hours you've worked so far. But even without the evidence, make the report.
"IF" this is happening, of course.

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Post ID: @1hoe+1fsKL3NL

Never heard of business integrity hot line. So much they dont want us to know

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Post ID: @1jgk+1fsKL3NL

Call the BI (business integrity) hotline. The RDR is a joke as is your DM. Is this forced overtime put on everyone? I doubt it. Use this to your advantage, don't back down. They will no doubt try to scare you, but don't let them. It's pretty funny how stupid management is.

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Post ID: @1bhu+1fsKL3NL

Good luck talking to HR, they always back the company.

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Post ID: @1yvq+1fsKL3NL

Report to RDR if you feel safe. Unfortunately you probably don't
HR 1-800-887-8807

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Post ID: @kbr+1fsKL3NL

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