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Boss's boss's boss calls a meeting for tomorrow...

Posted: February 22 21, 8:13 pm
by Joe Shlabotnik
...to talk about "changes".

Definite rant. You know this never ends well.

If I wake up to an email from HR, I think I'll know where it's headed.

Re: Boss's boss's boss calls a meeting for tomorrow...

Posted: February 23 21, 2:30 pm
by IMADreamer
uh oh, good luck.

Re: Boss's boss's boss calls a meeting for tomorrow...

Posted: February 23 21, 2:52 pm
by Joe Shlabotnik
IMADreamer wrote:
February 23 21, 2:30 pm
uh oh, good luck.
No email from HR, so I've got that going for me.

Re: Boss's boss's boss calls a meeting for tomorrow...

Posted: February 24 21, 9:19 am
by heyzeus
Keep us posted. They're probably just upgrading the k-cups in the break room to a Nespresso (fingers crossed).

Re: Boss's boss's boss calls a meeting for tomorrow...

Posted: February 24 21, 10:22 am
by GeddyWrox
It's the day after tomorrow. What transpired?

Re: Boss's boss's boss calls a meeting for tomorrow...

Posted: February 24 21, 10:59 am
by Joe Shlabotnik
GeddyWrox wrote:
February 24 21, 10:22 am
It's the day after tomorrow. What transpired?
Nothing. Bullet dodged. These managers need to be sensitive to how this crap is perceived.

Or maybe I'm so old and remember attending three of these sessions where I was liquidated (and a fourth instance where I was met as soon as I got to my desk and escorted right back out of the building) that others don't share that particular muscle memory.

Re: Boss's boss's boss calls a meeting for tomorrow...

Posted: February 24 21, 11:57 am
by GeddyWrox
Joe Shlabotnik wrote:
February 24 21, 10:59 am
GeddyWrox wrote:
February 24 21, 10:22 am
It's the day after tomorrow. What transpired?
Nothing. Bullet dodged. These managers need to be sensitive to how this crap is perceived.

Or maybe I'm so old and remember attending three of these sessions where I was liquidated (and a fourth instance where I was met as soon as I got to my desk and escorted right back out of the building) that others don't share that particular muscle memory.
I've been in IT since 1998. I have been throw several downturns in the market as well. I would have worried just the same as you.