Clear Channel reportedly is treating some of its recently fired 700 employees so poorly, it’s like getting fired a second time.
Sources close to the situation have outed some serious meanness that has ex-employees very concerned.
This is ugly – I’m warning you in advance – but it gives insight into what is in store for the remaining employees that Clear Channel plans to fire this year.
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- Why some of the fired employees are now getting so desperate.
- What they are trying to do to get their severance packages.
- All the details about the new “hard ball” severance agreements being forced on fired workers.
- Why fired employees under 40 are suddenly worried about their benefits.
- The unthinkable response when fired employees try to contact HR for benefits.
- A first look at the new Clear Channel severance packages.
- Health care crisis for employees as Clear Channel misses an important deadline.
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