I know a guy in this estate who's been working for a company that has been bought and sold 4 different times over the last 12 years and in that time he's been sitting at the same desk with not too much difference to his working day.When big companies take over smaller companies it's traditional for them to keep on the 50 year old long timers who are set in their ways, right?
The turnaround at the end there is a classic in making a good story great.The first time the place had been sold one of the first employees made a packet, quit and told everyone he was going off to travel the world. Instead he sat at home playing computer games and putting on weight. Ended up coming back into the fold, think he's there still. Didn't regret a moment of it
So I'm now working for a big American company. The job looks safe enough for the short term, I just hope they aren't dicks.Someone has bought our company. No idea what this means to my situation just yet, but
How long before he realises you're the passed out guy with no pants on?I'm on a Zoom call with the new CEO. He is showing a re-branded version of this..with the company logo on the flag and people on laptops and computers and is describing how it reflects us in our job
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