It's really depressing to watch everything that is happening in this company because I think it used to be really nice to work here. Now this is just a shadow of the former company. The question is, how far is this place from the rock bottom?
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San Antonio CC employee here, just found out that something called Lorax will be taking my job.
Transparency, inclusion, growth; all talk.
The Tampa Call Center was my dream job come true.
Low pressure, plenty of paid downtime, plenty of incentives, beautiful campus.
Then seven years ago it all started going downhill, new Call Center Leader, retirement of Television diary, outsourcing of work.
We should have seen this coming, I know my days are numbered.
It was fun while it lasted.
What is the fate of the Call Centers? Oldsmar? Dallas? San Antonio? Will they close?
Can only speak for Call Centers but everyone could see that the last Call Center leader was in way over her head and was most likely put in place because she would do as she was told and would not see what was coming.
The end result was that she soon started reporting to people who used to report to her and then she was eventually let go.
Remember that when you think that doing as you are told equals continued employment with Nielsen.
Nielsen used to be one of the best places, if not the best places to work - especially in the Greater Tampa Bay area. It is indeed a shell of it's former self and has been since 2008.
Glad I'm not longer there to see what greed and indecency is causing in the lives of so many regular people... all in the name of efficiencies and profit.
Good luck to those that remain.
It's not great when you spend your Sunday worrying about the week ahead and the what's next scenario. Like Habib said in the past, the Sunday night test. It's mentally cruel.
More Town Halls scheduled for this week!
Should we all be concerned?