Thread regarding Eaton Corp. layoffs

Overworked and underappreciated @ Eaton

Many managers at Eaton do not have skills needed to be good managers, so they are getting promoted based on who you know, not on how good you work and how good your skills are...

Now, you got to work for that person, and they do not know how to manage time and resources, timelines and deadlines - when things do not work out you will be blamed even though if they made mistakes by not managing work properly.

In short, I was overworked and underappreciated and I left before layoffs hit (2016)

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Post ID: @OP+NYsIB88

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You hit it right on the head. I worked for managers like that. If their every was a major problem that came up they would tell you to handle it. Then they would just walk away. They wouldn't even check on the solution that I came up with to fix the problem.

Post ID: @cdads+NYsIB88

Your dead on right. It's the old boy's country club approach.

Post ID: @3huud+NYsIB88

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