The reply about the 2 year mark LMAO. You sound like a white trash Karen. Your still working there you obviously have no argument whatsoever.
This post is just for fun purposes, I worked for GA for 4 years my first year I got my first promotion it was a great enviorment great leads, cool supervisor, hard working crew. My second year I started looking for another position using the power of my degree, it wasn't easy HR would never respond. One day I took matters to my own hands and walked to the department of my interest and looked for the manager. I handed him my resume and told him Ive been applying for the open position. Few weeks later I had the interview and got the position.
I was happy for that and got a decent pay increase. In this new department there were a lot of bad apples. Lots of whatever people here complain about. But I kept my cool kept doing my job and kept solving problems instead of complaining and gossipinglike everyone else. I was always professional, had a few hater fans but that was never a problem.
I was very independent and never complained about anything until I had enough from my leads harrasment so I confronted him and I became a target. I was lucky that the chosen targets that was laid off.
I was getting unemployment and also did a few side gigs that bumped my income, I didnt event look for a job I was called from a few recruiters.
I waited till the UE ended and accepted this great job were I get paid more that 40/hr open OT. The days go so fast Im enjoying my new job so much that I dont mind working the OT. Thats why I say people should be paid more but that will never happen,
honestly i think GA's over-rated. Ididnt even realize it was so boring and stressful to work in that enviorment. I would never go back to working for them.
It would be funny to see that GA employees actually organized a strike but it will obviously never happen, 70% of employees are ready to retire and the other 30% cant afford to loose a check.