I was furloughed in the spring and after a few months I couldn’t wait any longer and decided to find other employment. It literally took me more than 3 months to find something adequate. The worst part is, I had been working a few months when I was finally laid off from Avis. Man, I’m glad I followed my gut and didn’t wait. I can imagine the stress people are going through right now.
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Are you surprised by ABG screwing you over? I left 6 months ago and it was the best decision I’ve ever made. My company respects me, my personal life, and my talents. I can’t believe I stayed for over 10 years. You can and will do better.
They have carried over any unused vacation time from 2020 through March 2021, after that it's gone! Wow! So for all the people who wasn't able to use their vacation days in 2020 because they were furloughed in March 2020...basically your service, years of dedication and unwavering faith in the company means NOTHING!
I quit and took another job after being furloughed. I’ve talked to quite a few people who said they aren’t coming back. Some were furloughed for personal reasons. One girl was furloughed her first day back after a car accident. They are bringing temps in instead of bringing employees back. They expect employees to do more work than before due to less workers but at the same rate of pay. Avis’ moral compass is in the toilet. Glad I jumped the sinking ship.
Someone should seek a lawyers advice to see if you could do anything about it since you most likely wasted 20 plus years of your life there and they do not care a dame about you and are taking advantage of a bad situation to flush older people out of the job and when and if it gets better again they will hire younger people and pay them less and when they get too old they will flush them again. There
must be something we can do about it. If not good luck and do not waste too much time working for this company.
Most ppl I know if u weren't brought back in june then you are done
I know that's right, they are letting people go that have been furloughed since March without any kind of severance pay. That's not good business at all especially since most people have been there for over 20 years.