There’s a “Red Wedding” at Uber – But Not Just With Their Marketing Layoffs

John Hollon Candidate Pool, Change, Change Management, Corporate America, John Hollon, Layoffs, Offboarding, Organizational Development, Recruiting, Uncategorized

Like so many people, I loved Game of Thrones. And that’s why ANY big company layoff that’s referred to as a “Marketing Red Wedding” gets my full and undivided attention. The fact that the company is Uber, and the “Red Wedding” description comes from Uber employees about a big layoff that took place there in late July, well, that’s just …

Turning Severance Into Sabbatical, or at least a Productive Gap in Employment

Ed Baldwin Career Advice, Change, Ed Baldwin, Job Seeker Advice, Layoffs, Networking, Personal Brand, Uncategorized

In today’s dynamic world of work if you haven’t been laid off or made redundant at least once, it’s likely that you haven’t been in the workforce very long, you own your own business, or you just haven’t done enough progressive and envelope-pushing work to have been put on ‘the list’. So the experience of having an unexpected gap in employment …

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VIDEO: SmashUps with Kris Dunn – Digging in on ESPN Layoffs

Tim Sackett Layoffs, Smashfly, Tim Sackett

This month on SmashUps, Tim talks to Kris Dunn—you probably know Kris from this very blog (as he is the founding father of FOT), his personal blog The HR Capitalist, or from his day job as CHRO at Kinetix. As you may have heard, ESPN recently went through a massive round of layoffs and these two sports junkies are on …