I feel so sorry for the poor folks that work there now. I know they are all just hoping to make it to retirement without getting fired for accruing too many 'points' for being late from lunch or going to the bathroom or whatever. My gosh...I can't imagine working in such abysmal conditions.
When I worked there it was bad enough, most of us in our department were on anti anxiety medication and anti depressants just to get through. Those that worked hard were rewarded with more work. Those that didn't, just seemed to get away with it. White males and minorities seemed to fare the best. It was very strange.
If this is indeed the 'way of the future', no thanks. This culture of watching your every move, measuring your every keystroke is so very 'Handmaid's Tale'.
IT (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – May 22, 2019
Manager was in a different state, worked there a almost a year and spoke to her one time. Watched employee pool shrink weekly as they moved people out of state and back filled with contractors. Job was not fun, was not fulfilling, felt like a cog in a machine that had little purpose. Management completely disconnected from reality of operations.
Wi-Fi throttled, cellular throttled. I couldn’t even get a message from my wife with full service on my phone.