The "right sizing" has virtually become uncontrollable hemorrhaging. They are so disorganized that I've heard stories of folks getting cut and rehired before the ink dries. Those not getting laid off are just jumping ship while they can still swim.
The whole thing reeks of desperation. The kind of desperation you would frankly expect from a company whose only business is storage yet plays 3rd and even 4th string to companies who make storage products as an after thought.
Some of the posts in the "blogs" that ham up WD and try to spead this sense of success and even some of the posts here feel more like executive assistants on a mission than real employees.
Every story told in the town halls about over production and industry-wide challenges sound more like a child's excuses for not doing their homework than "transparency".
We already learned from the "great reccession" that no company is "too big to fail".
I know the writing on the wall is bad, but I'm starting to wonder if maybe it's close-the-doors-for-good bad.
Anyone else starting to get these feelings?