Thread regarding Cummins Inc. layoffs

Definitely NOT cut out for this

I am a pretty easy going optimistic guy and I can handle most any stressful situation. However, working at Cummings has slowly changed me to where I’ve contemplated calling the mental health hotline. The question I have now is if I call how anonymous will it be?

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Believe me, I worked there almost 20 years. Not worth it. Don't call. They don't give a sh-t unless you are a person of color. They will believe most of their lies and fire the innocent person. Linebarger is a snake and a failure.

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Post ID: @1hnh+1aOMB6Qs

True, so true. Just play these supervisors and such. If they won't have your back then you can't have theirs and you have to look out for number one. Ride that clock, be a 50% worker do whatever while you work to either have a new hustle/business online or another job.

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Post ID: @1bge+1aOMB6Qs

Call the number, regardless if "anonymity" is a typical line of bu-----t. Worst thing that can happen is they fire you for "performance reasons" because of it, but let's be honest, that might be the best thing that can happen. Working is the majority of your life for the majority of the week. If work is interfering with your ability to be a happy, well-adjusted adult, get out. Ride the clock and take their money while you look for another job, like many of us have done. Dream about the high of telling your boss to fu-k off because you found a new job, and enjoy that moment when it happens. There's few things worse than dreading your job. This isn't the 1950s where a company has your back. If you're on this website, you clearly know Cummins will kick you to the curb without a second thought if somebody needs to make the quarter's numbers look good; you owe them no loyalty.

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