As a welder i dont think i get credit on how hard i work for this company just to get layed off. I feel greatful that i have 12,000 of other income coming in but i wish other co-workers would show me some more appreciation for what i do for this company.
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Ain't no joke out there boy. R.D.B.D
Where is Rally Jones these days?
Underappreciated ??? You got to be kidding !! This is cut a throat company !! You got a slap on the face ! Now your awake . Put your man pants and tie your boots lace . This is the wrong place to get emotional . Go to work to get a pay check son ! Dont go to work to get appreciated.
Go weld some galvanized and breathe the fumes, then you will be happy!
Doubt the original poster is a boilermaker. Probably a track welder. Boilermakers don't give a fk, they don't get in their feelings. Too many other jobs out there to be crying like a bih over this one.
All employees at this company are under appreciated. Have never seen another company that hates their employees as much as this one .
Underappreciated? You sound like a guy that trys to hurt his back and not even get a t-shirt for compensation.
@1jjj What the hell does this topic have to do with a starving kid in Africa? Did you even read the title?
To @1qys+187y3E0e, Yes, just compare yourself to a starving kid in Africa and you’ll feel better. Thanks for the uplifting speech.
All railroaders cry, you must be new.
Okay what about the thousands of other employees that were laid off? Do they not deserve the same appreciation that you're requesting? The thousands of other employees had a role to play too. Everyone was hired for a reason as well. Some positions may have been useless, but they were hired to serve a purpose that the company thought was needed at one time. Im sorry you were laid off. I'm glad that you have at least some income coming in. Some people have lost a lot more than you, and have NO income coming in. I'd strongly urge you to consider what others have lost, compared to what you lost.
I didn't know that Boilermakers cried.