I ask because for months now there has been no replacement for colleagues who have left. It would not surprise me that no one wants to come to their positions and work in this ridiculous company. Management will have to come up with some solution because this situation does not lead to anything good.
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Yes they have. Let's talk on commission my commission was just decreased by 700.....I'm now paid zero features. This is awesome company
- Other companies are paying wayyyy to much
- Other companies are still remote
- T-Mobile is mainly run by H1Bs and will be that way for the future.
I mean, one of these poor virtual trainees told us they were the only one in the building because the whole store, manager included just walked.
But we have the 37th best CEO in Little Mikey Sievert. That makes it all better.
The key to happiness is to find another job. T Mobile will never be what Legere made it. Stop losing your dignity by kissing freiers but. The only clue he has is professor plum with rope in the observatory.
I haven’t been this excited to quit a job, since the last time I quit T-Mobile.
They're not backfilling positions so they don't have to lay as many people off when the layoff does come whenever that is.
Do you guys work for COR or TPR?
The loyalty pledge they want us to sign is the last straw for me. No, I am not going to be an 'evangelist' for your products to my family. No, if my family can't use your services I'm not going to badger them or disown them.
Those who are still employed by T-Mob are leaving their computers logged in to make it look like they are working. My counterpart logs in every morning but only responds to team/group message using her phone. And when you talk to her, you can hear traffic or crowd noise which tells me she's either out walking around or shopping somewhere. She won't get in trouble though...she is the manager's "favorite".
Looks like they gave up on clocking our hours entirely lol