If until now there were still some employees who trusted this leadership, I think that the remaining employees here will no longer have any trust at all in those at the top. Lack of trust will additionally sabotage productivity and retention. This place will become more and more toxic.
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Isn’t 2 months severance just what the Warn act requires? Did more tenured people get more for years of service?
We all know that this is a sinking ship with toxic environment. Not looking any better in 2023. Get what you can while she's afloat.
I heard this round wasn’t as bad as the 2020 global layoff where 2000 employees just got chopped because they needed to fix the numbers.
Or are they waiting just laying off people The hundreds to keep a low profile and avoiding bad press again
“Ohana, it’s Hawaiian for “I can do whatever the F I want”” M Benioff…
Not sure why SF thought it'd be a good idea to let people go without telling them the severance package details on the spot. It's a rough time across all tech, and having days of uncertainty in terms of the severance package is a sh-t move.
Confirmed. Severance pay is 2 months salary + any commissions earned prior to the termination date. Benefits will also be covered for 2 months for you and your family.
As someone who was impacted on Monday I can say that things could've been handled a lot better. Yes, layoffs are here to stay across most industries with high inflation, weakened economy, increased interest rates, etc. At least have the decency to ready the severance package details BEFORE you let someone go. That there is cold. I hope someone from HR looks at these boards. They might learn a thing or two.
Remember all that Ohana BS?
Because some sales employees got laid off? Every company is doing it don’t take it personal
Havn't you heard about "In god we trust. Everybody else pay cash."?
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