irvinehomeowner said:I don't think severance is required for layoffs or firing.
CalBears96 said:irvinehomeowner said:I don't think severance is required for layoffs or firing.
Yeah, severance is not required, but usually given for layoffs. Definitely not for being fired...unless you're an executive that ran the company to the ground.
morekaos said:SFH is not holding up?.more unicorns and rainbows?
The downside to working from home: Google CEO Sundar Pichai warns workers they aren't PRODUCTIVE or focused enough and calls on them to think of ways to speed up product development after revenue growth slowed to 13%
? Google CEO Sundar Pichai told staff during an all-hands meeting last week that he expected them to improve productivity following a sluggish second quarter
? As staff were concerned about layoffs, Pichai said: 'It's clear we are facing a challenging macro environment with more uncertainty ahead'
? The tech giant is handing out a survey to staff to help the company to become more productive
? Questions on the survey include: 'Where should we remove speed bumps to get to better results faster?'
? The company did not confirm the prospect of layoffs but said that hiring would be slowed through 2023
irvinehomeowner said:However, it doesn't work for everyone depending on so many variables. I have some co-workers who are terrible WFH people... never around, admitting they aren't working etc etc. Those people should be required to be in-office.
After multiple delays and false starts, Apple now has a solid start date for its hybrid work arrangement. According to Bloomberg and The Verge, the tech giant will start requiring employees who work in its Santa Clara Valley offices to report to office three times a week starting in the week of September 5th. They're expected to come in every Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the third day set by their individual teams. In a letter sent to staff members, Apple's SVP of software engineering Craig Federighi encouraged employees to share their input about that third team-specific day with their managers to help them decide.
Well, didn't he say that he's going to lay off like 70% of Twitter employees?Now that Elon is King Twit... I wonder how their remote policy is going to change.
Not sure if I mentioned this but one of the biggest benefits of remote... you don't have to use a bathroom shared with hundreds of other people.