Thread regarding Ford layoffs

Few people have long-term plans at Ford

Other than those who are a few years away from retirement, most of the people I know have no long-term plans regarding staying at Ford. Some are already looking, some are planning to start looking soon, and those who do not tend to add "for now." Ford might run out of employees sooner than they expect/hope if things continue like this.

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Post ID: @OP+1hl1nRcW

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Sr mgt have reduced the workforce down to the daily hunger games. All anyone can do is to live to play another day.

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Post ID: @1qds+1hl1nRcW

I was hired at the end of 1Q this year. I've ran into some obvious issues on my team... including way too many employees and managers who are "nice" but have no other skillset. Overall, I do like the culture though and plan to stay as long as they will have me.

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Post ID: @1wlr+1hl1nRcW

@1rmn+1hl1nRcW Who said that it was solely your decision to make? You may have a long term dream of staying at Ford, but maybe the company doesn't want you there anymore. Look around, wake up and smell the sh-t! Many that thought like you ended SRD in 2019. I would have backup plans, just in case.

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Post ID: @1twk+1hl1nRcW

I am in my 30s and I plan to be here for the long-term. No intention of voluntarily leaving before I’m 60. I love it here. So speak for yourself!

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Post ID: @1rmn+1hl1nRcW

The most important thing in a company is share price and if at all then it is followed by profit margin. You can thank Walstreet for that. It was expected that Hackett's layoff's raise the share price cause it always looks good on the stock market to lay off your people.

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Post ID: @jfx+1hl1nRcW

Poor strategy = retaining the wrong employees
Poor strategy = hiring the wrong employees

Employees are the most valuable asset at successful well run companies

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Post ID: @wzd+1hl1nRcW

Anyone in the workforce should already know they can be let go at any minute. Working at one company your entire career is a thing of the past.

I have not ever heard of a company running out of employees yet. If they go under it will because of poor strategies.

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