It seems that the greed of those at the top will not be satisfied until it brings this company to the ground. The situation is no longer getting worse from quarter to quarter, but literally, day by day. Those who are not cut are leaving on their own because it is impossible to stand the pressure that is now on the employees who have remained.
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I'd say after the events of this week, bottom rung of the ladder with one foot in the mire.
Not far. This company is a basket case. Their systems are unreliable and morale is tanking. Managers who work their as--s off are treated like punching bags and rewarded with sh---y support. Can’t wait to get outta here.