Thread regarding FedEx Corp. layoffs

That's what you get whet accountants and finance run the company

We need to pay better and if we continue to shortchange people on pay the quality will drop. I was always proud to work for fedex but lately i've seen the quality of hires is dropping. i would never say they are 'low life' but they are not as skilled or or as engaged as people used to be. this is a clear indication that they are starting to run the company with spreadsheets and look at everything though numbers - that's what you get whet accountants and finance run the company - the executives should be more focused on the operations and figure out how we improve ops and how we get better and more nimble - i get the cost part and costs need to be managed but you will never grow if you lose talent and if you cannot get the best possible talent that's out there. that's my two cents on this, stop saving money on people and focus on improving operations. this buyout will not help but it's better than layoffs.

Reposted this excellent post by @WIlwSXQ-xyym

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@SimpleTruth nails it - - I am in IT and can confirm.

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Post ID: @1kco+Xfb0GJy

I agree FedEx has definitely lost a great deal not focusing on the people who keep the company running. Going forward, as technology evolves more it will be harder for FedEx to recruit the right people to get the job done. They have outsourced jobs overseas, they are overpaying vendors for work they can have performed by their own people in effort to so call save money? However they are being overcharged for these jobs. It is definitely an institutionalized company and treat employees as inmates rather than people. FedEx seems to be stuck on old policy and practices with a need for some serious reform!!

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Post ID: @1hjh+Xfb0GJy

dont agree at all - this is the least problem we have... so, thumbs down op

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