If you're like a lot of us and hoping stocks will rise, it won't be any time soon. The stock needs to be purposely kept below 150 otherwise Softbank get back their 48.8 million, (yep thats MILLION) shares that they had to forfeit when the deal... — read more
Next round June. Last round in 2023 in October
Rejoice if you get a package and get to leave this place.
Q2 Culling is on the way...will be here any day...la dee dah
Still too many peoples on the books post merger. What's the Q2 headcount target?
About to be laid off, what to expect?
I know I am being laid off this week after becoming privy to some work leadership was doing. What can I expect to happen on the day I get laid off? Did you get an outlook meeting? Also, what is the standard severance package?(I work in Marketing).
Robots for Hire
Now Hiring: Seeking robots to replace our current SLT. No experience necessary. As long as you can repeat bullsh-t talking points repeatedly and know how to use ChatGTP, everything will be just fine.
F this place
Been here for awhile to see how bad it’s turned, and how bad the days in front of us are with these new leaders in place. F Ulf F Sievert F Sprint #BringBackLegere That is all.
Layoffs were not always a thing
Remember when major layoffs were not something we had to fear all the time? I do. I remember the time before the merger when layoffs were rare and usually small in scope. I remember when one of the things I would boast about working here was job... — read more
Hear me out
T-Mobile pays it's SLT too much. Not just the C-level folks. They make too much at all companies. I mean Director+ make too much. Piling stock options on top of stock options over and over for years doesn't provide them incentive to deliver better... — read more
Constant fear of losing a job
They have created a terribly toxic atmosphere where people are constantly worried about how much longer they will have a job. I don't know if anyone thinks that their job is a little more secure? Are there any positions that are perhaps a... — read more
If the goal for the company is to move forward, then it is unacceptable to burden the employees to such an extent. An overworked and exhausted employee will eventually start slacking off or leave. Everyone will choose their health before constantly... — read more
Outsourcing mobile development
The big red flag for mobile development in the Overland Park headquarters was when TMO spent three years refusing to let the team rewrite the ancient and clunky flagship app, then blamed them because it wasn't a "world class" app or user experience... — read more
What is going in the Retail Planning an Ops space?
Honestly, I am not sure how many more hours I can fit in. We are the "junk drawer",for all things that others do not want to do. I wish I knew what the long term goal was for us. I want to work to live, not live, to work. We do a ton of work a Sr... — read more
I think being laid off would be better than getting food poisoning from a free lunch.
There comes a time when you've cut so deep, we're just not the same company anymore. For some teams, this time has already passed. For others, it's coming. Doing more with less or more efficiently is impossible without already realizing the benefits... — read more
Former Sprint management trying to push their cr-ppy agenda in to TMO!
Latest is that they are trying to combine SWOPS and FOPS in to one group. Rumors are that they will be moving some SWOPS techs into the field and some FOPS techs into the switch to see who can adapt better, then lay off the excess. I see this coming... — read more
They treat us badly because they know they can. How many people do you know who say that they won't agree to be worked to burnout, and then put their heads down and do triple workloads? There are too many of those here. Unfortunately, people... — read more
If bed bath and beyond didn’t teach u
Retail is dead. Ryan Reynolds’s and Mint were way ahead of their time. They should lay off Jon Freier as he is clueless. I can post new stores on Twitter and say something quippy to make it look like I care. You better shut down all retail and go... — read more
Team of Experts management layoff coming again in July.
TEX leaders are back on the chopping block as organizational "restructuring" require the highly tenured Kool-Aid drinkers to once again get cut. Good luck... again
Layoffs over past 3 years
Thank you, employees of T-Mobile
The FDA is walking back their jab guidance. Thanks on behalf of those of us who said no to "the science" and the senior leaders. How do we nominate PT Barnum for a posthumous "All-Time Thought Leader" Nobel Prize?
Nobody should be worried about being laid off
Think about it, how much worse could it get at any other employer than it already is here? I'm convinced that those who were laid off in the last round are the lucky ones. They get severance and can start again with a better employer. We get to... — read more
Hey T mobile Mgmt
Not only would sell your mother to make a deal, you d send her COD.
Unannounced, but on the public facing webpage. Ulf in charge now...not in October. The takeover of T-Mobile by Sprint is complete. https://www.t-mobile.com/our-story/executive-leadership-team
They only care about shareholders
My perception is that leadership only care about themselves and how to make shareholders happy. Is it even possible for shareholders and employees to be both happy at the same time? It would be a good thing for everyone if the leaders sometimes... — read more
we won't stop layoffs
If you are on here looking for hope and direction then you clearly have the wrong mindset. Shift Happens!
These cuts will have a negative impact on the company
I wonder if these cuts were even necessary. Some of those people who were cut were overwhelmed with work. What was the management thinking, who will do all the work of the people who were let go?
Layoffs were obviously coming...However, the choice of who is selected is a head scratcher.
Anyone who didn't see layoffs happening probably should have been the first to go. Merging 2 large Cell Phone, there's obviously going to be serious headcount reduction. That said, the seemingly indiscriminate way about it is ridiculous. The last... — read more
what does your severance package look like?
for 12 years of seniority i received about 6 months of severance, some stock, plus my end date is 6/6.
When will we finally be able to relax?
I'm still safe, but I'm feeling tons of anxiety because it would be really, really bad for me to lose this job at this moment. I hear that there is more to come. How long will these cuts last, when will we finally be able to relax a little?
What are the plans for Thursday?
If my group wasn't affected today, should we be worried about tomorrow?
So what’s happening?
After lots of speculation, did anyone get canned?
I hope that good workers won't be targeted
It will be truly devastating if it turns out that the target are the remaining high-quality workers who actually add value and those who contribute little or nothing survive. We will see, but I do not believe at all that the target will be... — read more
SMRA IS FIRST TO GO
My understanding is that SMRA will be significantly scaled back. I have heard from a director that retail management will be reduced. Store managers will manage multiple locations and each SMRA section will have one or two floating RAMs.
Massive layoffs this week.
Be ready, update your resume, don't get low balled on your severance. This company doesn't care about you, trust me.
The Week is Coming!
Be prepared! The SVCK is coming!