Thread regarding Citrix Systems Inc. layoffs

Don't burn your bridges

I see a lot of people who are getting new jobs ready to walk away without notice or even worse, by telling off their managers. I implore you, don't do this. You never know what's going to happen in the future and if you'll find yourself in a situation where you'll be desperate for a job. You'll gain nothing by burning your bridges and you'll leave a good option open if you do it respectfully. I don't mean to preach, but I saw this behavior backfire spectacularly for more than one person. I just thought I'd throw this out there.

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Post ID: @OP+1dnUu6RZ

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The problem is upper management though they say they have a pulse on the citrites do not. They send surveys yet still ignore them. I really thought with the last few surveys I would of been a target with the truth written but nothing. They arnt reading it. The new culture is Sell promises of premium support then give them the same service. If only the clients out there only knew.

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Post ID: @7roq+1dnUu6RZ

While so many talented folks have left in the last couple months, the issue is I continue to see the most incompetent managers still standing tall. It’s obvious that these good-for-nothing won’t get a job anywhere else, but the rampant attrition lately has caused the avg management competency to hit historic rock bottom.

When I leave, I won’t give a rat’s a-s about burning br

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Post ID: @2oeq+1dnUu6RZ

Sounds like the original poster @OP+1dnUu6RZ is from inhumane-HR or a management crony.
Who in their right mind would ever come back to this Sh-ithole and hope to reclaim their shi-tty job. You got to have no self respect to ever come back to sh-trix once you have escaped.
F-c them all.
BURN ALL THE F-C-ing BRIDGES AND THEN SOME MORE

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Post ID: @2ver+1dnUu6RZ

True incident -

I recently noticed some managers congratulating and liking the LI new job notification of employees who left, largely to look good on the employee’s book and probably get a referral. Funny part, behind the scenes, they were the ones who were spewing venom against the same folks and trying to harm their professional growth not so long ago. Yes, there are many such double standards managers. Beware!!!

Well, I don’t feel bad about how people are now responding. You get treated how you truly treat others. There is no fire without smoke.

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Post ID: @1mdp+1dnUu6RZ

True incident -

I recently noticed some managers congratulating and liking the LI new job notification of employees who left, largely to look good on the employee’s book and probably get a referral. Funny part, behind the scenes, they were the ones who were spewing venom against the same folks and trying to harm their professional growth not so long ago. Yes, there are many such double standards managers. Beware!!!

Well, I don’t feel bad about how people are now responding. You get treated how you truly treat others. There is no fire without smoke.

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Post ID: @1uos+1dnUu6RZ

I really hope people use words like this when filling out the Citrix employee survey… A house of horrors is not a place anyone should work for. This should raise flags. Citrix is a mess.

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Post ID: @1wgt+1dnUu6RZ

Completely agree with the recent post that no one is desperate enough to come back to Citrix or work for any of the managers…

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Post ID: @1ayb+1dnUu6RZ

I ain’t ever coming back to this cesspool of sc-m and villainy . F-c everyone at this hellhole, burning any contacts with these losers is the best thing for everyone.
Are you such a looser that you would come back to this house of horrors and keep good relations with people that sp-t on you everyday “just in case”…
Sailors burned their ships when arriving on new lands to weed out the cowards.
Go forth and don’t look back…

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Post ID: @1iyn+1dnUu6RZ

I do agree on leaving on a professional note. However the length of a notice is debatable. Leaving a toxic environment requires a week or 2 weeks to detox before starting a new job. Assess your mental and if all you can provide is a 3 day notice...then that will suffice. Your mental health is the gateway of success in every aspect of life.

I wish everyone on this form a fresh start!

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Post ID: @pvi+1dnUu6RZ

This post makes me sad. Citrix is so bad that people are leaving without notice or telling off their managers? The culture must change!!! I can’t imagine working in a climate where these are the only options. Citrix has hit a new low…

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Post ID: @krl+1dnUu6RZ

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