I know a lot of us are tired of waiting on layoffs. We’ve all been there, we hear about them, we start to get anxious, we start fearing for our jobs. We try to save as much as we can until the axe falls, and if we’re not impacted - we breathe a sigh of relief. But how long does that last? How long do we go through this endless cycle? It’s never ending. NCR can’t be trusted to be transparent. It’s like a freaking merry go round, wondering when it’s your time to be pushed off.
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“NCR is a garbage company that treats its people and customers like sh**.”
Just leave. NCR is a garbage company that treats its people and customers like sh–. I left a couple months back (albeit on my own volition, I was not laid off) and couldn't be happier. No need to go through extra stress during these times, find a place with security and at least a semblance of respect for its people.
Depends on how many years you have may also depend on your salary. Start looking any way just so you know what’s out there apply to practice interviewing skills. If you been here awhile you may be surprised at the pay cut you may have to take. That’s why I stayed and rode it till I was laid off. But by that time I was 56 and being interviewed with bunch of others in there twenty’s. Age is an issue also. Pay was half as to what I was making at ncr. Needless to say i didn’t need the same stress at half pay and went and did something else they can’t send overseas and it half my old salary @ standard 40 hours a week and 8 to 5. No unpaid pager or being woke up at 2am to spend 1 2 or 3 hours on the phone several times a week.
Yep with you there. Serious issues here seems as though we're done for another Half year if trend continues upwards. Hang on in with share price rise then scoot if you cannot put up anymore. That's my plan....silly people. Some great senior leaders sadly a good gig goofed by too many Noddy dogs lower down the management chain.
Based off of personal experience: you stick around every year until you get sick of it, then start applying.
Still employed here but throwing out my resume into the void of recruiting hell.