Thread regarding NetApp layoffs

This is real. Management will continue to deflect and deny..for them company koolaid is free. 160 jobs to be cut on March 08, 2017.

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Summary: But to add to the strain, Bay Area technology companies have already disclosed plans to cut 2,000 jobs in the first three months of 2017 alone. Oracle will shed the most employees, with plans to slash 441 jobs in Santa Clara during the first quarter.

Others tech firms cutting staffers include:

NetApp, with 160 cuts in Sunnyvale

Theranos, cutting 150 jobs in Palo Alto and Newark

Marvell Semiconductor, cutting 139 jobs in Santa Clara

SunPower, cutting 116 jobs in San Jose and Richmond

Violin Memory, cutting 106 jobs in Santa Clara

Google, with 94 cuts in Mountain View

Pandora Media, with 91 job cuts in Oakland

AOL, cutting 80 jobs in San Jose

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Article was San Jose centric. Any insight to the Windex happening in RTP? Middle mgmt cleaning is needed! Too many sr mgrs and directors that have titles but have no clue how to be true leaders.

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WARN Act carry over results in layoff on March 8 out of EMEA and APAC, but we will also shed some middle management (Sunnyvale) that is redundant and no longer effective. Expect to see underperforming sales reps cut as well. If you are bit contributing to the transformation effort and or assisting in making a change and or more recognized as a problematic employee then, this will be your time as well. And no, we don't want EMC staff.

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middle management, sales, under performers will be impacted

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So with the financial quarter looking better then maybe we expected, is the March 8 layoff still on?

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Looks like things have been getting much better than everyone was thinking. It was a great result and stock is looking good. Hope they found the right caulk to fill the hole of the sinking boat and no layoff on March 8

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Netapp was hiring at the time my group got cut too, what's your point? Relocation and downsizing doesn't mean they freeze hiring.

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its all the Dell/EMC people trolling this site kicking up dirt while they look for jobs. NetApp is actually hiring and we would be glad to have some EMCers

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I think you missed the earlier thread that explained that is a carry-over from the last layover that happened. Some WARN act.

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