Thread regarding T-Mobile layoffs

Former Employee - 2nd Cut 2020

I was a part of the second round of cuts at TMUS and was told that I was a on a short list of people staying. Classic TMUs 1 2 punch.....don't worry....your fired.

It's been over a yr since I was let go and I can't put into words how happy that I am no longer with the company. The opportunity they gave me has opened so many doors and I wish I looked externally sooner. Stop looking at TMUS verticals that involve kissing a-s and agreeing with the Corp. agenda and start looking at external roles and competitors for a promotion.

Good Luck!

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Post ID: @OP+1bP3RWKr

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Same I won’t quit either. You can fire me and I’ll collect that unemployment since I know a lot of sh-t about people in my area. If you want to try doing some funny sh-t then I’ll send Jon Freier an email and then people will start getting moved around. You wanna do some bu-----t I can do some bu-----t too. T-Mobile can go somewhere with their “trust” learnings cuz I trust no one. We can have a discussion about trust all day! Change my mind!

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Post ID: @4mwr+1bP3RWKr

I still work there. Just gather a paycheck at this point and do the minimum to keep my salary. I can only hope I get fired/laid off. But I won't quit.

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Post ID: @3sbf+1bP3RWKr

Looks like I'm the 3rd person to come along here that was let go last year. I was one of the few who were asked to come back.
I said absolutely NOT!!! Enjoying my new job far greater... Opened my eyes and seeing a big world out there with loads of better opportunities. Best thing that ever happened to me was being let go

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Post ID: @1wwm+1bP3RWKr

I also was among the cuts last year and every so often visit here only to see what's going on with the company.
I actually have to agree with this poster, the level of quality with T-Mobile employees is very very low. It feels beyond great, almost like winning the lottery, dealing with normal people again high quality individuals and winners.
I see nothing sour grapes about this at all. I completely agree. The people that are disagreeing are obviously employees

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Post ID: @1acb+1bP3RWKr

Nothing says true happiness about not working there than coming up here a year after the fact and still talking about it. You sound like the jaded ex who swears he or she's happy and over them, but still stalking their Facebook account 3 years later.

Sorry you lost your employment, but this just sounds like sour grapes.

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Post ID: @1ytw+1bP3RWKr

You’re so happy that you come here a year later and still complaining. Got it.

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Post ID: @1uyo+1bP3RWKr

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