I certainly can’t think of any. Thoughts???
Topics regarding layoffs at Xerox Corp.
I posted a few things based on my direct experiences with JV and the executive team and they quickly were deleted. Funny how these big bullies have small balls when it's time to face the truth. Countdown until this is deleted as well... 3, 2, 1
Following in my footsteps all the way! “Albert John Dunlap was an American corporate executive.He was known at the peak of his career as a turnaround management specialist via mass layoffs which earned him the nicknames "Chainsaw Al" and "Rambo in... — read more
With all the Xerox layoffs, anyone know of an experienced employment lawyer who has reviewed severance packages if you feel yours is not fair? I know They typically work on contingency and will review your severance package and decide if worthwhile... — read more
Steve B takes the fall for looming IT fail. 50:1 John V accused of s-xual harassment 7:1 Loss of FedRamp ATO 1:1 SOX audit findings in annual report 2:1 Data center exit per plan 100:1 SEC investigation 1:1 Naresh takes the fall... — read more
Just heard all Xerox staff in London who transitioned over to HCL are to receive redundancy notices in the next few weeks. What a joke they were only transitioned a couple of months ago. Sorry to break this to our UK buddies, but in the long term you... — read more
Confirming what has been said elsewhere here, it looks like all XDX in America will be in Raleigh based on townhall yesterday. Virtual workers no more. You will be in Raleigh (where most will have to compete for their own position) or gone. Just a... — read more
Have you noticed it? Even managers - the only people who can still consider their positions somewhat safe - are leaving in droves. They don't want to wait and see what's going to happen, they already know and are making the smart move. And to... — read more
Take your experience and talents elsewhere. Go to a locally owned competitor if possible. The privately owned that will stick around will pay you well. This industry is based on local relationships. The people that get it, know this.... Xerox is... — read more
We lose about 1-2 people every week. Morale is... non-existent. Leadership is scarce and only focused on revenue. People still won't acknowledge what is really happening. We've lost about 20% of our staff. Those who are left are getting more work... — read more
https://opportunity.businessroundtable.org/ourcommitment/ John V providing lip service. How can he sign this knowing he laid off all those Xerox employees.
All the rebadgers are aware of their fate, and I say, why make it easy for them. If we all refused to train our replacements we could make it much harder for them. I know it’s scary to lose a job and we all think that we bought ourselves some time by... — read more
Called into HR and handed a letter from HCL that my position has been eliminated By the time I was ‘walked’ back to my desk my belongings were in a box and I was escorted out I’m still shaking
'Too often hard work is not rewarded, and not enough is being done for workers to adjust to the rapid pace of change in the economy. If companies fail to recognize that the success of our system is dependent on inclusive long-term growth, many will... — read more
A guy who was hired to replace a coworker who left on his own (one of the lucky ones) was shown the door after only 5 months. Can somebody please explain to me what was even the point in hiring him? Why play with somebody's life like that? I... — read more
The individuals from GUA, Manila and India that are replacing many Admin at the cores have gotten a bonus. Don’t be pressured to sign off on any of the docs they created/copied. For all the training, a lot of wasted time and effort because they... — read more
Xerox revenue for the quarter ending June 30, 2019 was $2.289B, a 8.8% decline year-over-year. Xerox revenue for the twelve months ending June 30, 2019 was $9.380B, a 7.94% decline year-over-year. Xerox annual revenue for 2018 was $9.83B, a 4.24%... — read more
The revenue continues to decline. All the turmoil and work and effort and stress and for what?? They are just rearranging the chairs on the titanic. So much toiling & yet unless you are a short term salesman trying to make a quick buck you are... — read more
With the conditions under which we've been working lately, I think many of us could have a case...
Anybody hear of any layoffs this week
What are your thoughts on the direction of this company? Seems very few comment here. We all know you are being paid well right now, but you must know with the direction of the company you are working on borrowed time. Where do you see this in 12, 24... — read more
Well here we are. Our core is losing a lot of staff. Both HCL rebadged and non-rebadged. It’s becoming comical (not really). Management still in denial. No one has gotten notice of termination from HCL yet, but it has to be right around the corner... — read more
This is good news for the community there! https://www.nccommerce.com/news/press-releases/governor-cooper-announces-600-new-jobs-xerox-selects-wake-county-new-center
What degrees do Xerox employees hold? There are 14 times more applicants with a Bachelor's Degree than those with a MBA. 62% of applicants have a Bachelor's Degree. 25% have no degree. 4% have a MBA. Bachelor's Degree (62%) Undisclosed... — read more
I quit! And I must say. #It.is.so.satisfying.to.quit.zerox
August 13, 2019 01:18 PM RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Xerox Corp. will open a North Carolina technology center employing about 600 people, passing up its current headquarters in Connecticut and former headquarters in downtown Rochester for a growing... — read more
I was laid off, landed a new job, and found out I was being underpaid by Xerox - and not by a little! For me, getting laid off really did turn out to be a blessing in disguise - as cliche as that might found. If this doesn't make you want to get out... — read more
Just saw a tweet mentioning Xerox that read: “why did you push a memo stating no one who formerly worked at xerox is rehireable?” Anyone know what this is about?
Just check Conduent stock price. It was $23 at the time of the separation and is now $5.60, down 35% today only. Johnny Vaseline and Steve B's playbook is the same one that Conduent has implemented in the past 2 years. They better find an imbecile... — read more
And by doing so finally sunk xerox
You just had to continue to drive the only profitable division that has existed in xerox over the last 12 years into more headaches. 2 days w no emails to and from customers. Don’t worry I’ll just say sorry. When are the next layoffs that... — read more
Has anyone heard about the layoffs next week? If so, which groups did you hear are possible targets?
I happened to drive past the Webster campus today and noticed the HCL sign had been removed from Bldg 205. Does that mean they've moved to a different location? No longer renting from Xerox?