Do you think there will be MetLife Layoffs in 2019?
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Seems very quiet. I'd say safe for 2019.
Glad i left over a year ago in Dallas. Every year it was domething new to base the office objective. Darla.....never thought highly of you in your town hall meetins in Dallas....wolf in sheeps clothing. You can keep your Freeport office open at yhe ecpense of jard workers in Dallas....met life way....a joke.....the people who will lose their jobs will be better off.
Yes. In GA and NY.
Yes. IFRS and New US GAAP pushed off.
Maybe not layoff, but just not replacing workers that quit.
Yes. But quiet ones.
Bring more foreigners, and get rid of US based employees. that would be a quick fix
Given that the Chief Claims Officer in Auto and Home pledged to cut expenses by $6 million dollars, what do you think? Look for more layoffs in the higher paid regions of the country to be repaced by new hires in Freeport, Illinois since they are in the lowest salary grade at MetLife.
Hard to say.
Unit cost initiative argues for yes.
Ever increasing regulatory requirements argues that the work will be there but its just a matter of where there is. I guess that a yes, too.