The new word for FMPs is: “Synergy targets”
There's this company -- no names, but their logo is referred to as that "flaming asshole" and they've recently merged with a company from a country known for wine and cheese and auto da fes -- that's laid off close to 80,000 employees in the last five years. Spun off from an older parent company, the unnamed saw its stock value rise 892% before all hell broke loose. Current stock price is under $2.50.
When employees are laid off, it's referred to as being FMP'ed for Force Management Program. Apparently that wasn't considered cheery enough because now if you're marked for termination, the new label is Synergy Target.