Thread regarding Target Corp. layoffs

“Streamlining Operations”

What is the plan to save $3B by streamlining operations? Sounds like layoffs to me, and as a Corporate team member for 20 years, there’s plenty of room to do so.

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Post ID: @OP+1jJsRims

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Just go back 10-12 years and read through those posts. Same sh-t is starting to happen now. It’s not considered layoffs when positions are eliminated and entire teams have the option to compete for a few remaining open jobs, or relocate to stores.

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Post ID: @njps+1jJsRims

“No widespread job cuts” translates to quietly trimming the fat instead of one big chop.

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Post ID: @1siz+1jJsRims

Are you including yourself as a potential layoff?

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Post ID: @ixe+1jJsRims

No widespread job cuts. Whatever that means.

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Post ID: @tge+1jJsRims

"streamlining" "consolidation" and "rethink our strategy" all mean layoffs

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