When you can’t decide whether you’re more afraid off layoffs or you are secretly hoping you would be cut, then you know you're not working in a good place. I don’t know how is it going for the management bigshots but for the store-level employees recent times have been like hell. Overworked to our very limits, underpaid, and any personal life seems like a distant memory. When a threat of layoffs started to emerge, causing us stress and insecurity on top of everything that we’re going through, one has to wonder is it all worth it. After all, it can’t get any worse than his so for a laid-off employee, whatever job he or she lands after Rent a Center would be an improvement.
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What?!?! You place security within yourself regarding skill set and increased learning. Not by working for a company who could care less about you in addition to not caring much about their own company. Well, we all can’t be winners. Some have to settle.
Absolutely no work/life balance with Rent a Center.
The truth is there is no security wherever you go - the government itself is shutting down.