unfortunately, what Socal Edison did has been happening for decades and is only now being noticed. The most blatant case i saw was 10 years ago when i worked on a project in a New Jersey call center, the company had contracted either Infosys or Wipro to offshore the customer agents. Same deal, the current workers were tasked with training their replacements prior to themselves being laid off. The white vans rented to bring the trainees from Newark airport were somehow unavailable that morning, so the transport company rapidly grabbed a small fleet of black limousines to pick them up, then the limos pulled up to the front of the building and drop them off in the main lobby. Serendipitously, the windows of the call center were on that side of the building and suffice to say, it was quite the uproar for several days. That was my introduction to the reality of offshoring, outsourcing, whatever-you-call-it; I'm very upset that you millennial folk are stuck with this culture, as I'm a late boomer and sad to see it will continue to kill jobs you all should be getting.