If employees have to constantly think about becoming out of work, has the leadership given any thought to how this affects productivity? Or maybe they don't even care? I can't focus at all on things I have to do.
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I hear your concerns but I would advise taking personal time to train up so you are ready.
My family relies on my health benefits and I'm scared to leave and risk loosing their care . And the job market looks terrible . I can't risk the uncertainty but I feel like I'm backed into a corner
This and in my area the managers are so afraid of being let go that they are driving teams into the ground. They are trying to ‘out produce’ other areas and are surprised when instead of quality work hitting goals, they are churning out garbage at a fast pace.
It’s like they don’t understand that you cannot constantly expect more without diminishing returns. Shortcuts are taken and stuff overlooked and then they blame the staff. It’s out of control.
It feels like none of these people ever think about sustainability… then wonder why morale is sh-t and the work isnt up to par.
My personal fav is one of the leaders constantly telling everyone how they are much better than everyone else. It’s like calling an overweight person they are fat and thinking that will make them lose weight. F’n sad
What is the parable of the frozen snake?
Dang here come Joe Rogan with new episodes of fear factor lol 🤣
Wayne doesn’t give a flying phuck that employees are working in fear. He created this mess and he’s steered the ship right into the path of the ice berg, it’s not IF it hits, but when. And seeing his damage, he’ll pull a Bruce Ismay and sneak off into a life raft with his 7 figure severance.
I’m not fearful of the failed big bank mo--ns running USAA into the ground at light speed. I just show up, do the bare minimum, and don’t GAF. At this point it’s a survival technique.
They genuinely do not care
Redfines the phrase you gotta apply yourself