I’m still safe but I don’t care if they let me know about the layoff very soon or at the end of the month. I have been preparing for a long time because it is clear that the company is slowly sinking. A colleague who was convinced that his position was safe was laid off and after that I realized that I did not want the same thing to happen to me. It has long been clear that everyone should be prepared and always have their resume polished, because there is not much logic when they decide that they need to get rid of a number of employees.
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This place is pathetic! Managers are constantly babysitting your computer when REALLY someone should be watching their computer. They su...k and are not leaders. Please lay me off!!!
I think they are gearing up to fire me because of the call audits
So ready! Please
Ready, willing and able! Let's get this party started Thursday!
I have noticed that management are starting to nitpick about everything. Including how long an employee is on the phone trying to help their members. The neverending emails and policy changes daily. I really think they are trying to stress their employees so that people will quit. When a person is two faced just know you can't trust either one of them. They are itching for a gigantic lawsuit. The powers that be are stressing out and it is trickling down to the worker bees who actually do their jobs. Watching and lurching for people to fire. Just remember management when you dig a grave for someone make sure you dig one for yourself.
I agree as well. I've been with the company long enough to see all the "fluff" and trinkets dwindle away. The company is slowly sinking. I'm good either way, although I wish they'd lay me off.
Agree with this post. I was fortunate to leave on my terms with a huge 401k but I tell people to be prepared. Save your money! They pay you plenty enough. I had saved a years worth of pay so that if something happened, I’d walk out with a smile and a severance package. Don’t be naive and expect this company to have your back