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Layoff Watch ’21: EY On-Site Technology Support Employees Were Also Given a Voluntary Early Retirement Offer

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We learned yesterday that EY is transitioning the workplace services portion of its enterprise support services team to real estate firm CBRE, which also specializes in facilities management. So workplace services staff have a choice to make: apply for a role with CBRE or voluntarily take an early retirement offer.

Today we learned that about 60 EY on-site technology support (OSTS) employees were also offered a voluntary enhanced retirement offer on Wednesday, which must be signed by March 15 (as well as a separation agreement and general release document) in order to “retire” no later than April 16.

If an OSTS staffer doesn’t take the early retirement offer, he or she “will continue their at-will employment at EY” and most likely be fired eventually.

Thanks to a tipster, here is the voluntary enhanced retirement offer document that was given to OSTS employees yesterday. Enjoy.

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