When the 2018 round of layoffs first found its way into the media it was sold as a unique opportunity for the company to reshape itself for way better things. Eighteen months on or so, I'm struggling to actually understand what better things have come about? I'm seeing way more work for people, at little or no financial benefit to them, and a lot more of people who just don't know how to do things, eg work processes. In a nutshell, there now seems to be way more inefficiency within the company than there used to be.
I get it that the only constant in today's world is change, but surely any changes should only be made for the better and not because a unique opportunity presents itself. I'm not seeing it, or am I out on a limb here?