The leadership should be the ones thinking about that, but I'm curious what you think would stop or slow down the sinking of this company?
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AWS is the new “push”. However, there’s no opportunity to use any of it. But a lot of companies externally do.
Internally, having those certifications and going through the internal learning platform they’re still pushing won’t lead to a better chance of internally getting a new job or promotion.
Not to mention, they won’t pay for conferences or invest in outside learning, so people stay due to not knowing how behind industry-wise the company is
All technical talent will be outsourced if Amala has her way. I guess that is one way to right the ship.
Take back the exorbitant executive bonuses (perhaps even ask these executives to give back some of their exorbitant salaries) and invest in quality product offerings. This would produce the work that would keep talent and attract more business.
I heard when it was announced that all technical talent would have to have AWS training, that some said "but this will give employees the credentials to leave".
Well, I ask the familiar question, "what if we don't train them and they stay?"