What's the employee headcount right now? Will it go up? Down? How many people work at Holland?
Topics regarding layoffs at Unilever
Unilever is shutting down it's office in Shelton, CT. This impacts approximately 500 employees across Customer Service, Logistics, Vendor Management, Deployment, Deductions, and Revenue. We were told last week that almost al jobs were being... — read more
Anyone would care to chime in with a prediction about potential Unilever Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
When I started at Unilever,it was called elisa Gibbs in the UK.and when I say it was a good company to work for.im lieing.it was a brilliant company.staff perks.mangament interaction.etc.no one ever left.if ever a job vacancy came up 1000s of people... — read more
Great company if you want to learn
Will there be any Unilever Layoffs in 2019?
The Kraft takeover bid should never have been that serious. This is a company with just awful senior leadership and board members. It is at such a size and scale that it can hide fundamental weaknesses from shareholders via yearly dividend payouts... — read more
Whenever you think you are safe think about it two times - you may be wrong. For example people are talking about job cuts here in Holland.
Unilever is exiting the developed world when it comes to employing people and paying taxes. The company is still quite happy to sell in Europe and North America, but all the revenue is shifted out. The question is how long can Unilever harvest the... — read more
Unilever will reduce FTE by 10-15% globally in 2017. There will be a 30% reduction in marketing from efficiencies of the new organisation. Finance will reduce roles 10-15%. Every other function, even those who have just done an FTE reduction, are in... — read more
Unilever IT announced another IT layoff on 27 January. Several directors in the U.K. and Bangalore have left... The company reconfirmed all IT Directors in North America are being let go. Consultation is taking place in both U.K. and India to start... — read more
With the kraft takeover dead unilever have decided to follow the 3g policy of slashing costs to the bone.I work at the leeds factory which is one of the most profitable for unilever in the world but the cost cutting has become a joke.changing hob... — read more
Unilever has just let go all their regional employees in Canada. This happened April 2017 — read more
Do you think it'll go through? If yes, who will be laid off? What groups are the most vulnerable? Unilever is process heavy, from the business side, is Kraft going to be simplifying things? Also, on the IT side, both outsource, what will happen... — read more
I do not want to be laid off. Yet, there are many rumors about potential job cuts here in Holland.
Unilever is eliminating the 100 or so roles left in US IT. As always, they are moving to India. Unilever says there is key talent in India waiting to take on US roles. IT is poorly managed, and has treated people poorly during this RIF. Stay away... — read more
Univever is one of the best companies in the world - they are big, they grown, they acquire. There are rumors that Unilever will be having job cuts in 2016 but I would be careful there as the company keeps doing good. I worked 11 years for them, I... — read more
I do not things are bad right now, I know some segments of our business (packaged foods) are shrinking but we have a plenty of business lines here at Unilever that are doing very good and will not have layoffs. You need to be patient and trust that... — read more
It's easy to be eliminated here
I wonder if they are still going to layoff a bunch of people they recently hired, just like in 2012?
2014 will be even worse. Unilever is so big and you are jut a number on some spreadsheet. You do not matter in the big schema of things, and you will be cut if the executives want to save money. Often they do not know what they are doing, and cuts... — read more
2013 is bad. 3 rounds of layoffs so far. Not many people were affected in the first round. Mgmt has been posting jobs and moving people around so they won't have to lay off as many people at the same time.