Thread regarding T-Mobile layoffs

Outsourcing to hit new levels in 2022 and beyond. Layoffs as a result. Stay educated.

Currently, on the Sprint side, they outsource bout 92% and in-house 8%. Prior to the merger, T-Mobile outsourced bout 46% and then 56% in-house, presently T-Mobile is at ~65% outsourced, that number is projected to swell to at least 75% by Q2 of 2022 and 85% by 2023 in 2024 90%-93%.

There are very real talks going on right now for closing the top 4 worst performing call center sites to expedite company revenue goals and moving those jobs to iQOR and Alorica.

If you want to keep your job, I highly recommend you start being vocal about how outsourcing is actually hurting the company.

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T-Mobile like most of corporate America is an Indian company. Not much you can do about it anymore.

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Post ID: @iluo+1dL16mmY

Good Monday. Yet another selloff today on what should be good news of 200M covered pops on 5G Ultra Capacity. #BringBackLegere.

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Post ID: @4bsm+1dL16mmY

Not a lot seem to be buying. Looks like the pop was a bit of a dead cat bounce. $114 to $124 now back down to $118. Sievert has zero clue.

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Post ID: @2may+1dL16mmY

Math might be wrong but the point is precise.
The security breach is due to the poor outsourcing management.
But, T-Mob is right about outsourcing: it makes easier for a sell out.
Who's buying T-Mobile?

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Post ID: @2mvi+1dL16mmY

46% + 56% = 102%

hmmm...no wonder the numbers are always off for T-Mobile.

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