Thread regarding T-Mobile layoffs

Is there any hope for this company?

Every day I realize more and more that this is a dying company whose future no one cares about. My personal opinion is that the leadership is absolutely uninterested in improving things in this company so that it would get better in the foreseeable future. However, lately I am also thinking that now it may be too late for improvements.

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You absolutely nailed it. One day I woke up to the fact that the company is massively going down the drain. I realized there was a TON of internal fraud, management doesn't even care because they are benefitting off the fraudulent lines and sales, management is rude and careless now. It's best to just get out ASAP, the company sucks now.

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Post ID: @9wim+1eNKTvDt

I don’t know why anyone expected different after the Sprint acquisition. Our biggest mistake was allowing the Sprint virus, its workforce, to infect T-Mobile. Now, these losers are running the show. I left years ago when the merger talk resumed.

With regard to successful telecoms, Sprint was the f*ck-up younger sibling of King Midas who, without fail, turned gold into ex------t.

Imagine spending a decade outperforming your closest competitor who tried to acquire you several times. You finally succeed. You purchase your rival’s most valuable assets. Then…you surrender critical management of your company over to the same losers that you defeated in the marketplace.

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Post ID: @6moh+1eNKTvDt

Great observation, Nostradamus! Complaining at this late hour about a known bad actor in the workplace a/k/a T-Mobile is like an aging stripper who suddenly realizes that she works in a toxic, dead-end job.

You are falling out of love with a company that never loved you. Move on to better opportunities so you do not go down the drain with this horrible company.

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Post ID: @4yvi+1eNKTvDt

The new requirement to be both vaxxed and now be tested to come into the office is an example of the utter stupidity of the T-Mobile executives.

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Post ID: @1dbm+1eNKTvDt

slow motion train wreck dumpster fire

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