Term75 said:
I was a complete WIN / WIN for Panasonic. First the INCENTIVES - Big Win! Next the employees that worked in Secaucus would now have to somehow commute to Newark (probably driving). Unfortunately for them, unlike Secaucus, there is no company provided parking. So now they have to pay. This can amount to $350 to $400 per month. (Hey, you just got a pay cut!). The next disadvantage to the employees that move from Secaucus is the safety of the employees themselves and their property (cars) in NEWARK! You have to admit that Newark does not have a stellar reputation for law and order. So the SECOND WIN for Panasonic is that many of the older established employees will drop out and NOT move to Newark. Great for Panasonic. Now they can replace them at a reduced pay grade AND they can hire from the Newark work pool. Panasonic looks like a hero.
I suggest that before you write a stupid article like this you actually do some research. This move disrupted lives and good loyal employees just so Joe Taylor and Corey Booker can look like heroes.