Because you've changed, BOSS!

@wiLLmaH (8230)
Singapore, Singapore
May 29, 2018 11:31am CST
I quit last 3rd Feb. 6 years and two months, my longest job I ever done in my entire career. Whew! There's a change of administration. The son is taking over the company and the whole system changed. Some of the perks we are getting before was snatched out of our hand and the company do not have direction right now. My old Boss (father) keeping hands off and entrusted all of us with his son.. After a month of my resignation, the operations manager followed. The lady who replaced me after 3months put down the paper and I am hearing some people will leave that company too. Some of clients stops giving businesses now. I am not sure what is their game plan but I hope they will execute it fast to save the firm. That's the update on my life. For almost 4 months, I am just here at home. ::Photo from Search Engine::
7 people like this
8 responses
@mlgen1037 (29647)
• Manila, Philippines
29 May
Hi Willmah. You made the right decision to leave. It is just sad when those things happen.
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
30 May
My colleague told me on my last day, "You are so lucky, you are free."
1 person likes this
@mlgen1037 (29647)
• Manila, Philippines
30 May
@wiLLmaH You are really lucky. It would not be nice if you stay in a company whose boss sucks big time. Been there.
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
31 May
@mlgen1037 yup! Are you currently have a job? How's your boss?
1 person likes this
@Jessabuma (33121)
• Baguio, Philippines
29 May
Glad to see you back.. it's sad to know that you're having this kind of issues..
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
30 May
Now it is all fine. Taking a sabbatical leave. :)
1 person likes this
@Jessabuma (33121)
• Baguio, Philippines
30 May
@wiLLmaH Ohh that's a relief.. stay blessed
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
31 May
@Jessabuma you too!
1 person likes this
@ridingbet (55981)
• Philippines
30 May
if it is so, then should we expect more of you here?
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
31 May
Ahhhmmm. I cannot promise. Arrgghhh!
1 person likes this
@ridingbet (55981)
• Philippines
1 Jun
@wiLLmaH even just a 'just droppin' by' would be enough.
1 person likes this
@magallon (18125)
• Philippines
30 May
for me, it is better to quit than work with a management that doesn't fit to be a manager. I think there is something wrong with the son's style of managing the company.
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
30 May
Correct. Not worth the stress
1 person likes this
@magallon (18125)
• Philippines
30 May
@wiLLmaH i agree....
1 person likes this
@DianneN (79947)
• United States
29 May
Ah, now I know why you are home, and don't blame you at all. Those kinds of changes would make anyone want to quit their job.
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
30 May
Yup. Loving the comfort of home. Haha. But unlike, I do not shop and travel a lot. Hehe
1 person likes this
@DianneN (79947)
• United States
31 May
@wiLLmaH Remember, I put in my time. Now I'm free.
• Australia
30 May
So disappointing. I still wish that the new boss will take some HR training development if he wants to save his father's legacy.
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
30 May
Oh! Even the HR head wants to quit too! Arghhh!
@rakski (18724)
• Philippines
29 May
Are you looking for a job or you are working online?
1 person likes this
@wiLLmaH (8230)
• Singapore, Singapore
30 May
I am currently into studying blockchain technology
@SIMPLYD (80400)
• Philippines
11 Jun
4 months and you are just at home? Yet, you seldom are here? Anyway, if one is already disgruntled of her work, it' best to leave and have a peace of mind. I guess, your hubby's salary is more than enough for your living and still have for savings. What have you been doing after you resigned?