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In 2020, AT&T CEO John Stankey set a goal of $10 billion in cost cuts. During the pandemic AT&T has conducted layoffs and reduced employee benefits. However, they’ll need to find more ways to reduce costs if they’re going to reach their goal. Could AT&T be using PIP (Performance improvement plan) as a means to
Ever since the Coronavirus crisis took its toll on the American economy, Fortune 500 companies have been scrambling to protect their dividends and keep their shareholders happy. The results have been generally negative for workers at those companies. This trend has affected companies in many different industries. Let’s take a look at some specific examples
The Third Circuit on Tuesday appeared skeptical of a longtime AT&T employee’s claims that she was fired in part due to her age, questioning how her allegations could hold up given that others her age and older were retained during the layoffs that ended her time with the telecom. During oral arguments, a three-judge panel
Back in late February and early March corporations in many industries were blindsided by the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on their bottom line. Several companies elected to lay people off in an attempt to combat significant losses. AT&T has been in the news a lot this year for their lofty goal of cutting costs
As a recruiter I’m often asked about benefit packages offered by certain companies. Over the last year there have been substantive changes in benefits coming from Fortune 500 companies with most of the changes going the wrong way. We’ve seen many large corporations choose to cut employee benefits whether that be pension, 401(k), or healthcare.
(Updated as of Jan. 29th, 2020) 1. AT&T Cuts Retiree Healthcare & Employee Benefits As a recruiter I’m often asked about benefit packages offered by certain companies. Over the last year there have been substantive changes in benefits coming from Fortune 500 companies with most of the changes going the wrong way. We’ve seen many