The executives making the decisions about these layoffs are clueless. They get rid of very talented people who know the business and the systems, and then wonder why there’s a system outage daily. When they need an expert to fix an issue, someone then figures out that NM laid off the employees who could fix the issue. This is very frustrating to watch.
So much this, @PrgkD0h-1aodi. Saving some money by getting rid of experienced employees who earned more to replace them with younger and cheaper employees who have no idea how to do this job is costing the company in the long run. The small savings they made are getting swallowed up by costs incurred due to the same decision. And yet, instead of learning their lesson, they'll simply solve the problem with - you guessed it - more layoffs.