After being screwed over one time too many by both my manager and the company, I've completely changed the way I see this job. I'm done being the model employee. I'm done helping out anybody and everybody. I'm not here to make friends. I'm here to get the job done and get paid. Honeywell wants employees who will stay loyal to the company no matter what happens and how they're treated. From now on, I'll be as loyal as they deserve me to be - which is not at all, and that's all there is to it.
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Definitely leave. The grass is absolutely greener elsewhere. Glassdoor top 10 is accurate.
Loyalty is, and has always been, a bad word. It means agreeing to stand behind leadership no matter what they put you through. Anyone who demands loyalty is TELLING YOU that you will be held in low regard and treated roughly. Best to keep that in mind for future reference...now that you know, there is no need to relearn this harsh lesson.
Move on ASAP for your own good
Exit as fast as you can - don’t believe any of the empty rhetoric of “hang on things are going to change” speeches. This company has proven to be soul-crushing. Toxicity runs rampant and you’re just wasting precious time and energy thinking it could be any different.
You are way better off Just getting a new job with a better company.