Thread regarding Loblaw Companies Limited layoffs

HQ policy is like the series Dropout

LCL HQ policies remind me of the series "Dropout"; the rise and fall of Theranos. Watch the serious it's like big brother watching over you on some of the policy stuff. It's scary how if they don't like you they get rid of you.

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For those in tech do you really think Markwell or Galen really care about you? It’s all about control and looking good. They have no idea what they are doing in terms of IT infrastructure or securing the information assets of Loblaw / Shoppers and even T&T. They kept silent on the latest ransomware attacks. They are not protecting customer information. They could be the next attack.

They are giving each other a pat on the back for not getting attacks they can most likely get hit by threat actors. In terms of tracking progress ? They only track information that makes them look good not actual progress.

Notice how Galen has his hands in his pocket when he talks at town halls (he’s playing with something down there). As with family run companies such as Eatons Galen will run it to the ground.
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So they want us in the office three days a weeks while we worked from home effectively the past three years? It’s to control us. What has changed? It’s because we are most likely going into a recession they think they can control us. Markwell, note your staff are looking.

They also blame staff who left for any bad survey results. Why do you think they left. It’s toxic, it’s not a blue culture at all.

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LCL is toxic. Certain divisions from
Finance, technology and HR are the worst. No idea what they are doing. Reporting only to show good numbers not actual fact.

They want store support workers to be in the office in Brampton at least 3 days a week - they don’t trust you can’t work effectively at home.

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