All good ones got hit and bad apples survived.
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One of the biggest problems with the Apopka site was the HR manager. One of the most dishonest people I've ever met. She should go first.
In our department it was pretty much the dead wood that got hit. My shift was untouched. the department has been morbidly under-staffed and overloaded with work and resposibilities for a long while.
The dead wood at least produced some work, and now everyhing is falling on the few survivors. when we get past this little environmental issue this week and production picks up...its going to be pure exponentiated hell for the survivors to keep up.
management had not had a very good track record intelligently balancing work loads and just ridicule feedback that doesnt fit their diagrams and models. Been demanding impossible results from the most understaffed and jacked up pointless processes in the industry. All we have left are the better to good techs who have been overworked and stressed for a long while who were just recently adminstratively reclassified (demoted) to fit the new companies model. Think this will be the final straw for a number of us. no time for breaks or lunches in the coming weeks. Long and hard 12 hr shifts are about to become unworkable.
Start worrying because you will be the first in a next round to let go.
Calling the survivors bad apples is wrong and you don't know the elimination criteria so don't be a sore loser
I got cut too. I worked my a-- off and still got the cut.
Why am I a bad apple?
Thought I was a good apple---guess not.
That is how the game is played.