Closing a sale dating
They told the other staffer they informed Schechter of their salary, which included a recent raise.
When he heard this number, they said Schechter changed his tune and said, "Never mind, I forgot we gave you a raise. Sorry." Although no one has been technically laid off this week in preparation of the impending sale, a few — including sales teams in LA, Chicago and San Francisco — were let go earlier in June, the employee said.
editor-in-chief Brian Moylan noted he left the company this month in a post on his personal Facebook page.
Editor-at-large Lux Alptraum made a Facebook post June 12 noting this month would be her "final one" at the company.
The founders relayed that after Monday they would know "how many people can stay." The meetings, which were meant to prepare employees for potential next steps, left employees feeling uncertain about what Monday will hold.
"You could just see people crying," the staffer said, later adding, "IHowever, one of the three who thought they were staying told the staffer things changed when they got a text from Schechter Thursday night at about 10 p.m. When they called him back, the staffer said he immediately answered with a question.
(AP) – Administrators say a 137-year-old Missouri military academy and college will close after next month because of declining enrollment, rising costs and aging facilities.
Wentworth Military Academy and College’s board chairman and president announced the closure, effective May 31, in letters Friday to cadets, students, parents and alumni.
They said there would be a "job fair" at the company Monday with recruiters from Zoc Doc and that human resources had been trying to provide staffers with job listings.
The society has little information about the cottage, but Johnson said a building from 1890s is not significantly old for Victoria.
“The whole city was old buildings, once upon a time.
I really love the building, but we have to change,” she said.
Ken Johnson, president of the Hallmark Heritage Society, said the earliest record of the building is 1895.