Thread regarding T-Mobile layoffs

Is It Just Me....

Or is it extremely offensive that not one word has been mentioned about the Omicron variant, breakthrough cases, vaccine effectiveness reducing over time and the rapidly increasing risk of returning back to the office? It begs the question...why?

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That’s not exactly true.
Johnny F said Friday that they’re proud of the way they’re handling everything. Then rambled for 30 minutes about how awesome it was for him to go from a store manager to VP

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Post ID: @nbhs+1ellFZhc

Crickets. Still as Omicron rages on. Regardless of your position on the virus or vaccine, you have to agree that is WEAK. Not a word!! Nothing. And managers have likely been advised to not say anything either - about the virus, return to office, concern, etc. Polling for "rumors and gossip" not so much. Can't make this up. Happens often. Yeah, let me speak right into your microphone. They are tracking and polling - know this!!

Of all the cultish behavior, cheap swag, clown car management, awful infrastructure - data breaches and time entry fiasco (just a suggestion, don't outsource Payroll), the DECISION the executives have made to say nothing about the latest variant? Rephrehensible. Epic fail.

For certain I will put my money where my mouth is. Bonus date, soon. Everyone take care and by all means do what is best for you.

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Post ID: @nqjs+1ellFZhc

We know you have no way to log and get paid for this overtime you’re working right now, but would you guys mind bringing in some more customers for us?
Also if you do mind, your DM is gonna run this report three times a day until you get these codes out.

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Post ID: @5dhx+1ellFZhc

No, it's not just you. Unbelievable.

Read the CEO email, asking "Team Magenta" to share Insider deal codes with family and friends and "rescue" them from other providers. Especially the one's getting "scrooged" by their carriers. Can't make this up. He said that, in writing. Hello tone, meet deaf.

Crickets on the virus, not one word. Not even the guts to say we are sticking with the plan. Nothing. Not even a stay safe. But...get us some new customers. Never.

When people (a company) show you who they TRULY are, you better believe them. Stay safe everyone.

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Post ID: @5jyp+1ellFZhc
Imo some of these businesses are complicit with genocide and put profits over your life and safety.

I'm sorry, but are you working for a telecom company or Nestle?

Some of you are so melodramatic about things.

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Post ID: @2lar+1ellFZhc

Interesting how these businesses were operating safely pre vaccine but now declare it unsafe without vaccine and are now mandating them?

Also if you follow the science you should also follow the fact that while following "science"... Millions have been infected with and or died from covid.

Imo some of these businesses are complicit with genocide and put profits over your life and safety.

Do not trust tmo managers, tmo, or anyone other than yourself to keep you safe during these times.

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Post ID: @2twh+1ellFZhc

Thank you. It's so comforting knowing you are there, fighting on the side of workplace safety. I actually listen to the NIH, infectious disease experts...doctors? But we have you, a message board superstar! What will you opine on next, cancer? Wow us - nothing more than some fussy little cells? There are scary things to fear, walking among us. Take care.

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Post ID: @1hon+1ellFZhc

If you're vaccinated you have nothing to worry about from omicron. But way too many people watch and listen to CNN and MSNBC and other legacy and networks who are doing the bidding of the White House to have the world living in fear of something that has now mutated to nothing more than an upper respiratory cold.

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Post ID: @1bam+1ellFZhc

Interesting article. He advises multiple corporations. Sometimes they listen.....other times, not so much. Highlights....

Speaking last week to members of the CNBC Workforce Executive Council during a virtual town hall, Gupta said that for companies with workforces that are largely work-from-home right now, “I see no reason, no scientific justification, certainly no psychological reason, to bring your workforce back before April 1, at the earliest, into a workplace setting.” “Before April 1 doesn’t make a lot of sense to me,” he said.

“If people are looking for a clear deadline here, I would start planning Q2 return-to-office,” Gupta, who is an advisor to multiple corporations on medical policy, told members of the CNBC WEC.

The pulmonary medicine expert said the psychological reasons for delaying return-to-office plans are as strong if not stronger than the virology ones. “Psychologically, we’re not going to be in a place where we feel particularly safe, especially with the headlines that continue to dominate on omicron. And I don’t think that’s going to abate until April 1,” Gupta said. “April 1 to me is going to be hopefully a pivot point psychologically. We’re we’re past cold and flu season, we’re past the worst of delta plus omicron,” he said.

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Post ID: @tkl+1ellFZhc

No, I am vaccinated (since March) and boosted. I have always been concerned. It's offensive and SO indicative of a lack of concern for employees. Regardless of the BS talking points.

Covid 3.0 is breaking through breaking the vaccine. Vin Gupta, this is T-Mobile's guy, right? Haven't seen him speaking to employees in a while.

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/13/dont-make-workers-come-back-before-april-dr-vin-gupta.html

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Post ID: @wan+1ellFZhc

Wait, I thought you guys posting here were anti-vaccine and thinking COVID was all nonsense? Now you're concerned?

Which is it, you whiny twatwaffles?

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Post ID: @cag+1ellFZhc

And swag. No, it isn't just you. Yes, it is offensive.

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Post ID: @rtv+1ellFZhc

T-Mobile cured COVID by being a Great Place to Work tm

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