Thread regarding T-Mobile layoffs

From bad to worse

There has been a noticeable deterioration in commitment, morale and performance. Management has driven out all the high performers who had the knowledge and experience to keep this business running and instead replace them with cheap and inexperienced labor who only see their position as a paycheck and nothing more. There is so much mediocrity in the workplace that it doesn’t inspire anyone to perform at their highest level. Who in their right mind would want to work in an environment like that?

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Post ID: @OP+1btOLD7s

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“I started with T-Mobile in 2013 and they have always been bad.” I think that makes you extremely d-mb.

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Post ID: @6zkp+1btOLD7s

I was a high performer until I got beaten down because of a clash with the people hired in above me. I now just collect a paycheck.

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Post ID: @2aqg+1btOLD7s

It will only get worse with legacy Sprinters in management.

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Post ID: @2nug+1btOLD7s

I started with tmobile in 2013 and they have always been bad. The only good thing tmobile did for their employees was to let us wear tennis shoes and jeans instead of slacks and dress shoes. Literally.

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Post ID: @2jty+1btOLD7s

T mobile sucks now , especially with all the Sprint minions they kept 🙄🙄

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Post ID: @1qwv+1btOLD7s

Don't forget the "you must be woke to work here" attitude.

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Post ID: @uwq+1btOLD7s

Do you think it's bad now? Outsourcing is about to get extremely out of hand. Trust me on this, in the next 7 months, expect a lot of outsourcing, if you aren't replaced with cheap foreign call center agents, be happy.

T-Mobile absolutely gave up on it's customers since John left. It's not about doing the right thing anymore or inspiring people to perform highly, it's about cutting corners, finding the easy way to bonus and extremely high pressure passed down from management.

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