I’ve got two words for some of my colleagues - “Stockholm Syndrome.” The struggle is real. Scare tactics to make you constantly live in fear of losing your job and then making you feel grateful that you still have a job. You got to love the... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Xerox Corp.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again... Company is moving away from direct to a privately owned dealership model. Margins are lower YOY in the industry and it’s the only way forward. I was Xerox, then GIS. I’ve been hurt hard in these changes... — read more
Chief communications and brand officer Anne Marie Squeo departs Xerox
Yeah... working extra hours and only getting credit for less than 6.... Had an (...) manager that worried about people starting 5 to 10 minutes late calling the entire team on a regular basis in the morning to ask "where you at and what are you... — read more
Do direct managers have a say in it considering they're the ones who know us the best and know how much our work is worth or is it decided by somebody who sees us only as a number in a table? I have a feeling that it's the second option, considering... — read more
I was overjoyed when I got a job at Xerox because I was employed with almost no experience. My plan was to stay here a bit and try to move on to another company when I gain enough experience and expand my skillset. In the end, however, it’s not... — read more
Xerox certainly having problems elsewhere but not in the 6ix! 2,376 employees in 2020 down to 1,974 (7 part time?) in 2021... Sad! But still sooo many benefits dental, mental and horizontal. - plus $6,000 education credit (Lean Six Sigma belt... — read more
I worked for Xerox for nearly 30 years, a short period in the US and many years in the UK. I left 2 years ago and it saddens me to see where it is now, which is no longer a business with a future plan but a vehicle for corporate greed on an... — read more
Investigations401(k) InvestigationsXerox Corporation 401(K) Xerox Corporation Attorney Advertising We are currently investigating the Xerox Corporation’s management of its 401(k) plan for possible violations of the federal Employee Retirement... — read more
So many people I know are justifying what's happening to Xerox with the fact that we're a part of a dying industry. But I'm not buying that. Look at our competitors. Most of them are adjusting to changing times much better than we are and most of... — read more
announcement was made, 3 departments from the head office in Toronto will be outsourced to HCL in India
Can Xerox legally madate all their employees to get a Covid vaccine? I know some people that have moral or ethical objections to the current vaccines being used.
I'm pretty sure I'll be notified before the end of Q2, I don't know about you. There are people who believe that this will not happen to them, at least not before the end of the quarter, but I believe noone is safe anymore. I have some weird feeling... — read more
How soon will they stop the lump sum payout on your RIGP?
I work at the dock at Xerox in Toronto, Canada. For the past month, the Purolator truck driver complains every day that one of the pump trucks are too narrow to carry large cages. He is concerned for his safety, and he refuses to use the pump... — read more
I was recently laid off and was wondering if anyone else has heard anything about Xerox participating with the American Rescue Plan Act which went into effect yesterday. As of right now switching my healthcare plan to COBRA would be over a 200%... — read more
It is now Fujifilm Business Innovation Corp. I wonder, based on this news article, if Fuji will open up sales channels in the US and compete directly with Xerox. https://this.kiji.is/750297738008182784?c=445918389795193953 Fujifilm Holdings... — read more
Why does my job contract stipulate that my Supervisor is a Xerox staff who doesn't talk to me, but the actual supervisor is a micro-manager bully who was intimidating the female temp staff and caused a few to leave or find another job? Is this how... — read more
I haven’t been here very long and I wonder how easy it is to be fired from here (in general, not through company downsizing or anything like that). I used to work in a company where it was very easy to get fired for a trifle even without breaking ... — read more
Anybody finding themselves with less and less to do? And most of it is training new employees to do what I used to do? I have a feeling this is intentional and I'm pretty certain my days are numbered. Has anybody been in a similar situation? Is there... — read more
The company will not be matching 401k contributions for 2021 in the US. Email just went out from corporate.
anyone know what is left of the Information Security Org? Back in 2015 or so it had over 100 people working for that organization. I assume it's all been outsourced.
Is it true Xerox took away all non sales bonuses while they re-structure comp plans?
Is it common for female temp contractors to complain that they are being verbally abused, intimidated and felt fear for not meeting quotas at Xerox Canada? There were many female staff who complained to me that when they don't meet quotas, such as... — read more
Long story short, the Temp Agency Manager kept on pressuring me to do the job of 3 employees, because a coworker got a better job offer, left the very day she got the offer. There was only 35% temp contract workers remaining in the project. The... — read more
This meeting occured when temp staff were complaining that they are given more work for the same pay, Xerox employees treat them as second class citizens, and they are being coerced to do more work for the same pay by the very company which... — read more
Ex-X, then Ex-HCL person here, who is still on the Xerox VIPP Support Forum (That's what I did when I was "X" :-) Just received an invitation to fill out a "How do you use VIPP" survey. My First thought was.. well.. I don't use VIPP.. ... — read more
Goals imposed on employees are becoming increasingly unrealistic. Management does not care that the printing labels take time to print, and that it’s unrealistic to assume that data entry quotas are the same number as printing bill of... — read more
Anyone else get the HCL Bonus? In recognition of HCL hitting 10B in revenue they gave all employees 10 days of salary as a bonus on their pay. They also do performance reviews and raises. Seems to be better working for HCL than Xerox at this point... — read more
I have been doing someone else’s job for months and I'm sick of it. After my colleague left, I had to take over his job. I simply can’t take it anymore. Is there anyone who was in a similar situation and complained about the amount of work to their... — read more
This is the question that many of the couriers were hypothesizing when I discussed with them that almost every staff at XRX is from a temp agency, except for maybe 5 or 6 staff who are segregated from the cage of temp employees. One truck driver... — read more
Withe the end of Fujifilm - Xerox JV in Asia (under the brand Fuji Xerox), from April 1st, and no sign of Xerox in any part of Fuji Xerox marketing territory. Is it Xerox strategy to let go a big slice of FX revenue from here on?
For the past year, there are less staff in the digital services, but they do the work of 2 to 3 people for minimum wage as a contract employee. Is this the norm for Xerox in Canada? The "Supervisors" at Xerox rarely interact with the temp staff... — read more
We lost two managers in service although no one has told anyone yet "officially." Technicians asking questions, call center don't know squat on who to go to for answers either. What a joke. Speaking of call centers, anyone know if they are on the... — read more
I think what many are clearly missing, Xerox is moving away from a direct sales force to a privately owned dealership model. The same as the competitors. Reduces overhead significantly on Xerox while passing the buck to dealers. If you step back and... — read more