Thread regarding Dream Center Education Holdings, LLC (DCEH) layoffs

That’s a wrap

It was a great run while it lasted, we all knew we’d lose our jobs eventually

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I also hear Admissions and New student advisors were let go at AiP online.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-1oco

Anyone who stayed after the closings in July and how they bumbled that mess of a lay off /closings is just dumb. It’s over walk away and find happiness. The best thing that could happen has happened. EDMC/DCEH same devil diffent name.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-1wzl

Great news

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-psk

HR in Chandler

HR in Pittsburgh

IT in Robinson

Project Management in Phoenix

Were these corporate DCEH or schools?

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-nkh

Project management got let go and large group just got called down in Phoenix. Who knows...

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-phw

TRY THIS:

There is a ton of info on how this is done (avoiding 60 day notice)

Try this https://www.thelayoff.com/h/sixtydaysnotice

or

this #sixtydaysnotice

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-fca

Employers have ways around the WARN notice. They can send one out after the fact if they meet one of the “exceptions” or they don’t have to even send one depending on how many are laid off at once.

https://www.whiteandwilliams.com/resources-alerts-Top-Four-WARN-Mistakes.html

WARN Act requires employers to give notice of any mass layoff, that does not result from a plant closing but will result in an employment loss of 500 or more employees during any 30-day period. The Act also covers employment loss for 50-499 employees if they make up at least 33 percent of the employer's active workforce.

https://www.thebalancecareers.com/warn-act-layoff-requirements-1918297

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-qdm

Warn act is only if they have 100+ employees “at a single location” as far as I can tell. In my state’s example if you have 100 employees but they are split between two or more locations, employers don’t have to honor it.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-lpd

If they lay off 33% of work force over 90 days, they have to offer severance per the warn act.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-cad

The company is going bankrupt... are any of us surprised about severance ? We can all be angry but honestly this company was going down well before dceh.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-ant

HR is a very easy thing to have “managed” by Salon...i guess

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-iqq

No severence, you heard correct. Not surprised tho

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-xdt

Any other layoffs in Pgh or just HR?

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-xhj

Seriously? No severance?!

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-smk

No severance, just a foot in the a$$

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-ixw

any layoff packages?

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-sif

Why HR first - that doesn't make sense -- but what has ever made sense -- :(

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-apl

Are y’all talking Ai Pittsburgh? Online too?

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-qat

IT in Robinson was also hit.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-ade

Why HR first?

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-odq

Pittsburgh as well.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-jny

PA HR all gone as well today. 1/22

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-jmd

HR Pittsburgh done

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-gzv

Best of luck to you.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-iia

Human Resources was let go at DCEH Chandler location

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-qfz

New Rule - ya’ll need to say what campus you’re from and what position was fired.

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Post ID: @Xfpo8O4-iwj

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