This place has become unrecognizable. I can’t believe I used to be proud to work here and that it was actually very nice for me to work in this company. I am nostalgic but I am almost certain that it will never be the same again. I had never before imagined that the situation would become like this and that it would be unbearable to work here. How did it get to this point, when did it all go downhill, I wonder?
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Please, break up long posts with separate paragraphs. Some of you have insightful comments. A page-long paragraph is difficult to read. It makes the author appear intellectually undisciplined.
I wrote this sentence so you see how much easier it is to understand a person’s thoughts with the use of paragraph breaks. Same goes for texting.
I feel sorry for you. Hopefully, you’re gone and can do something that makes you happy.
T-Mobile has always been garbage. Lol at the managers who believed they would continue to have a job by regurgitating jargon while playing the part on conference calls. Straight up clowns. Glad to see these entitled Kool aid drinkers will finally have to earn their keep. Better tidy up your resume and use that star interview format.
Answer: Legere was greedy but hid it through making people feel like they were part of something. Brill yant! Being different from the others. When was the last survey about culture of leadership. Sievert and Freier are all about talk and they are horrible at that. There is no sp--k. Freier talks in a giant run on sentence. Somebody just needs to tell him he is a failure, everybody is afraid of his napoleanic demeanor. How many times can you fail and stay employed? Things work in spite of him. It’s we are smarter than you, richer than you, and right now we are somehow selling phones and getting lucky. Failed at t vision, have no business channel, t mobile Tuesdays gone. You felt good because you were part of a revolution. It was a Stellar run. Everyone else caught up and Tmo fell in line. Unless they hire another visionary, the doldrums are what you will see. Took lemonade and made it into trash juice. Twitter and Facebook taught me something. Both artificially positive. Never a negative post. Freier posts something, the same minions are their with chapstick. Won’t hear what the public thinks. Right there you can’t succeed. Can’t handle the truth. It don’t matter, they get fired, their rich. Legere wanted to know the good. Bad. The how to make it better... why do you think he had success.