Virginia-based home loan mortgage corporation, the Freddie Mac, had laid off early retirement proposals to roughly 25 per cent of its entire workforce in a bid to conduct a sweeping revamp of the home loan company following a stringent push from the US President Donald Trump alongside his Administration to overhaul the American house financing megalith, at least four people directly briefed over the subject-matter had unveiled on Wednesday, the 18th of December 2019.
On top of that, one of the five sources briefed over the issue was quoted saying on Wednesday (December 18th), the Virginia-based mortgage corporation, Freddie Mac, a public government-sponsored enterprise, had already distributed its early retirement package to 1,650 eligible employees, however, the company was expecting about 6 per cent of its entire workforce to accept the buyout proposal, while two other sources added the early retirement buyout package was offered to all of its employees.
Meanwhile, confirming the media headline over Freddie Mac’s early retirement bailout package that released earlier on Wednesday (December 18th), a spokesman for Freddie Mac said in an email statement on later part of the day, “As is common in many American companies, Freddie Mac is offering employees who meet certain age and tenure requirements a voluntary opportunity to retire early.
As we prepare for our next chapter, we anticipate this will help realign our workforce to create a company attractive to outside investors as well as current and future employees. ”