Diebold Inc.

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If you buy a $90,000 car and own it for a year, the cost of ownership is $.17 a minute. If you buy a
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the downward spiral is starting!
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Layoffs

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I think the layoffs where all personal and had nothing to do with the employee. the management team sucks in Michigan.
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I have an experience with Diebold that I would like to share. I was employed to work on equipment manufactured by another company. I made Diebold an extremely large amount of money. This account was a billable and my pay was around 1/10 of what was billed for my service. My job ended when we lost the billable account.
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Diebold

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This is an old school manufacturing oriented company and is run by bean counters. Until Diebold changes to a more customer oriented marketing entity, it is doomed. Diebold is a master at making something simple extremely difficult. Diebold would be a perfect model for a federally owned company.
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Layoffs did not do what they were supposed to

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The layoffs as publicized were supposed to trim the fat at the top of the company. Some areas of the company followed directions but many did not. Those that did not used this as an opportunity to get rid of subordinates that they didn't like for personal reasons regardless of how well those people did their jobs. In some cases the cuts are actually detrimental to the company's future. In some cases duplicate roles at higher levels remain where eliminating one of those duplications (with someone close to retirement) would have saved 3-4 lower paying and more efficient jobs. Is this a novel practice by a American based conglomerate? No, but is it is still ethically wrong. Changes put in place make it seem like the doors will be closing in the next few years or the company will be for sale at a deep discount soon. Good luck to all those laid off!
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