A machine shop was taken over by a new owner, who immediately started reducing the fat. The consultant for logistics suddenly found himself in danger. Nowadays, it is common for a new owner to take over a company and exhibit this kind of conduct. An ever-increasing percentage of these disastrous events appear to feature impulsive, inexperienced person who believes they are smarter than the staff members who are already a part of the furniture. That might be okay in some of these failed businesses that have been poorly managed or have an alarmingly high staffing ratio. Peloton (that expensive indoor bike), which recently lost 2800 jobs, is certainly a fantastic example of this.
To be honest, I was shocked to learn that they even had so many employees. A logistics consultant, u/NotLagRange, discovered his head on the chopping block while the new owner started butchering heads.”He thought it was superfluous and did not know what my job entailed. He was obviously only waiting for my contract negotiations, I could tell.” Contains the u/NotLagRange. Moreover, when the chips were down, it became quite evident how undervalued u/NotLagRange was. The new owner was also aggressive and reluctant to compromise on terms. The new owner appeared to be utterly unaware that u/NotLagRange held crucial patents to the business’s logistics. This would ultimately result in the company’s total destruction and u/ultimate NotLagRange’s retaliation. U/NotLagRange, according to his posts, has heeded the comments’ advice and is now attempting to attend the bankruptcy auction for his old company in order to acquire both their assets and their business. Conveniently, he owns many patents for the company. You’ve got to adore it when a strategy works out.
Don’t mess with the guy who owns the crucial patents that your business relies on, perhaps?
OP worked as a logistical consultant where work was usually short term
OP was great at his job
The friend made sure things will go as OP wants them
The new boss and OP did not quite get along very well
Here starts the shitshow
Wouldn’t you want to research the patents the company you wanted to purchase was using PRIOR to making the purchase?
OP told the boss he doesn’t wanna work for him
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