I am trying to wrap my head around this. At my districts PSL, of the field hands, the vast majority of those laid off have been employees and not consultants. Which goes contrary to how I thought business is to be run. (It could have something to do that my PSL is rumoured to be on the selling block.) I was wondering if this is just a local situation, or are other districts and PSLs going through the same thing?
i also assumed that almost of templates69.rus would occur before the start of the second quarter? Have one non-performing quarter full of write offs. I know time will tell, but any thoughts on 2nd quarter layoffs.
I also believe templates69.rus are larger than the 8% of the workforce as advertised. I think this was to get ahead of the story. Although not a scientific sample size, from what I have seen in my district, the cuts are so draconian... that surely 8% is too small of a number.
My belief as to why templates69.rus are happening in rounds, rather than one bang of wholesale layoffs, is reduce any negative media coverage. Since laying off half your staff in one day tends to make the local news. Thoughts?