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Are there a lot of layoffs at Lexis Nexis? What is the average tenure of an employee?

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Yes, but LN is shady and continues laying off US employees 30 or so at a time. This has taken place for about 5 or 6 yrs. They're trying to appear as though they've not had a mass layoff yet most of our US jobs are now in the Philippines. Oddly they list 'Valuing employees' as one of their core beliefs. They never paid employees what they were worth, then laid off most everyone anyhow. Zero ethics and corporate greed have run LN in the ground! Shameful.

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Before all of the jobs were sent to the Philippines there were many long term employees. No longer the case.

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My answer won't be so current, but when I was there, the tenure in my department tended to be fairly long, quite a few people were there for the duration of their careers (20-30 years).

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I've been against layoffs since 1993. Sick of it!! My position will be going to the Philippines by year end. I should have left when all our jobs started offshoring in 2011. LN is broke.....

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Yes!!! All to the Philippines, India & other 3rd world countries. LN tried to save 65 million by outsourcing. It's now cost RE 400 million. Brilliant......greed doesn't pay!

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Yes, many layoffs! Our jobs keep going overseas.

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No layoffs. Average tenure.....10 years

Answered - Compliance Manager (Current Employee) - Alpharetta, GA

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Lots of Layoffs and outsourcing

Answered - Credentialing Analyst II (Former Employee) - Miamisburg, OH

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Yes very frequently. Sadly, more and more US jobs are gone. All went to the Philippines.

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Yes. Even after being told we were safe, many went to Manila. Continuously. Eventually, Dayton will be a ghost town.

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