Thread regarding Tyson Foods layoffs

So much nepotism

If you are hoping to build a career at Tyson Foods, you’ll be in for a rude awakening. All promotions that become available will go to family or friends of management. Merit means nothing here.

It’s really disheartening to give your all to a company just to be passed over so many times in favor of people who are barely trying, since they know they’re safe.

No wonder morale is going down and I wouldn’t be surprised if productivity was to follow. Why even bother giving your all if there will be nothing to show for it?

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JT Jr. isn't a bad kid. He has any Ivy education and worked as a banker in NYC for a while. I have heard through the grapevine that he's being groomed to be a board member some day and not for executive leadership duties.

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Nepotism is a problem but there are far more job slots than there are executives' kids. One annoying exception is JT's kid who is now the VP of "Sustainability" whatever that is. I hope they aren't grooming him to be CEO some day. It will turn out to be a fiasco just like when his father was CEO.

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