When a workplace becomes toxic, its poison spreads beyond its walls and into the lives of its workers and their families.
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Hahaha…notdechun, the notnotdechun is a real piece of work.
Perth got pretty unpleasant, driven by the toxic Singapore management and sh---y APAC WORK/life balance ("you're leaving already ?! But it's only 8:00pm....") Glad to be out of it. Also, any company that waffles on about how it's the best in the world at every opportunity isn't the best in the world. Methinks they doth protest too much.
I’m sure she’ll prove to be a valuable ‘resource’ in the reorganisation
There are definitely people in N. Wales who are only concerned at keeping there own jobs, suck up to management, and throw others to the wolves to save their own skins. They have no sense of concern, responsibility or loyalty for their colleagues, or even worse, their own staff. Fortunately that attitude didn't result in redundancies in the last round.
we should all be a lot kinder
I couldn't agree more, there are some slimy individuals that spoil it for everyone else.
i find the biggest complainers are the ones whom make more snidey comments than anyone else.
Houston? Crawley? Llandudno? All of them? Spill the beans!