Know that being laid off very seldom is a reflection on your work. More often being laid off is because you are an "expensive" employee, or at least more expensive than the people who aren't laid off with you (they may be laid off later, though)
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They're giving our jobs to the 200 plus operations support staff acquired from MetLife in Charlotte, NC. The hillbillies are benefitting from all this. lol
F---ing company that they like to layoff employees when they worked too long, over 20 years, wtf
Nicely put. Yet, they keep bonuses and executive perks and we suffer.