Thread regarding General Motors layoffs

I don't regret leaving

I left GM a little before the pandemic without having a replacement job because I couldn't spend another day at that horrible place. The work environment was so bad that it was either leave or start medicating. It was tough for a while, I won't lie. When you quit your job you rarely expect that a global pandemic will happen in a few months and completely bring the economy to its knees. But then I found a new job where the culture and environment are so much better that I can tell you without a doubt those several months of joblessness and fear were well worth it. I enjoy my work once again. I have good superiors who don't take out their own issues on us. I'm well paid and have good benefits. So if you are on the fence about leaving, you shouldn't be. Things might not line up for you immediately, but when they do, you'll wonder why you haven't done that much sooner.

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https://fortune.com/company/general-motors/global500/ - it is interested to see that GM is sliding, however, GM leaders are getting big bucks. Sad for GM.

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This one hits home, I can’t wait to be able to find another job.

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Post ID: @1rqa+1cf6EOjD

Heck! Jobs like this really exist? Even Mickey Mouse wants to wack you when you work for him.

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