Antonio is going to do what he does best, WFR US employees and hire cheap off-shore labor to replace them.
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But Antonio lays people off with heart and compassion so it’s ok. Oh and he calls his mother every day. What a guy.
So glad I was WFR’d last year….during Covid was tough but no more looking over my shoulder. Plus no more rah rah HPE is climbing back with Glake….king with no clothes….dying business but rally the troops! Stay positive while you are getting targeted to be let go…thankful by far I am out!
Here we go. After the 3rd quarter disaster they will be be tapping shoulders until the middle of October. There will probably be another Antonio (2 year plan) to save his hide but it may not work this time. He really needs to go. Too bad senior management won't be the ones shown the door. Keep your head down and good luck.
There must be more WFRs on the way - recent comments I've seen from management make me feel like we're being softened up to be shown the door.
Concerns about layoffs? Is HPE down this quarter?
That artwork in front of the new HPE building is a model of the virus that will ki-l off most of the engineering jobs in the USA.
Looks like more pain and misery for hpe.
There's probably a gokd reason why HPE's logo is so tiny on that statue thing in front of their building: it's easily replaceable.
Who would buy HPE? Perhaps HP? AWS? Microsoft?
It wouldn't surprise me if, in a last resort, HPE would fire all RnD in the Western World and outsource it to India, Taiwan, Singapore.... Rwanda.... All that's left is executives. Antonio can enjoy his giant thrown known as the new HPE, all by himself, along with his golden, diamond embroidered parachute.
It still amazes me that HPE about 20% more employees than HP but makes about 60% less.
Why pay an American a real salary when someone in Costa Rica will do the job for $18K a year and $12K in India?