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You said it perfectly, Fisherman. I was lucky enough to be able to retire a few years ago from this albatross of a company. I made some good friends though. I sincerely feel for each and every one of you that still work for this s***ho-e.
Just another example of what a horrible creature Stoneman is.
actions speak much louder than words. DST is dead, if you work inside of DST you have a ticking bo-b under your desk.
DST Systems Inc and all its affiliates will soon be gone. Kids growing up in the KC area won't even know DST existed or care. The buildings will be sold and repurposed, all the software written will be replaced with new programs, all the supported hardware will be replaced, all the decades old efforts by DST to support and expand the downtown area and be a good corporate citizen will be gone, it will be as if DST never existed when you drive downtown. I left some time ago and went to work for hospital. It gives me satisfaction to know it will be around for probably 100+ years, my grandkids will know I worked there when they drive by it, some of the kids born there today may be alive and well in 100 years from now, lives are saved there. Comparably, DST was a quick flash in the pan to really benefit the senior staff with huge salaries and such. Even Hallmark and Cerner have outlived DST. Soon DST will be a word that only means "daylight savings time" in Kansas City. Nobody will want to hear about it or even care about all the hours DST associates toiled away. The layoffs without the required WARN notifications to staff said it all to me. Goodbye DST, the Titanic had people rearranging the deck chairs as it sank - your at the same spot now......