Tuesday, September 01, 2020


Following at Sprint takeover, the winning telcom giant has continually told lame mainstream local media that they're keeping the HQ and saving as many metro jobs as possible. Meanwhile layoffs keep moving forward. Read more:

T-Mobile to lay off 74 Overland Park employees

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - T-Mobile is expected to lay off 74 employees in Overland Park. A Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) notice was posted Monday on the Kansas Works website. The company already had let go of more than 200 workers in June following a merger with Sprint.


Bandit said...

Getting rid of dead wood happens every time. They aren't gubmint employees!

Anonymous said...

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Joe Biden

Anonymous said...

there's a reason for the negative yields on risk-free treasury bills. or, several reasons.

Retro ROCKER said...

If you are not producing Sales and bringing in revenue for the Company you are History. The Company will become Lean and Mean .So brush up on your Sales skills. Good Luck T MOBILE.

Anonymous said...

Most companies that take over another company wait about one year after the deal finalizes before they make drastic cuts at the acquired company (Sprint). Former Sprint employers should be more nervous in the first half of 2021 about being let go.