So I just got told that my job (along with many others on my team) is going overseas to a country with a lower cost of employment. It hurts as I've been on this team for years through thick and thin, stress and fun, laughs and problems; whatever.
I have until the end of the year on their payroll, retention bonus, a severance into Q2 of 2020, and subsidized health insurance until then as well.
On one hand I could be down in the dumps. However, I actually feel somewhat relieved. I actually feel bad for those who are staying and working in this new outsourced model as all the pilots have been largely unsuccessful.
Just looking to hear from those who've been through the same or similar and what advice they had to swing the bad news into a positive. Maybe my decision to move to Wisconsin was just made for me.
And before I forget, I need to take my own advice spewed gracefully from George Clooney; Anybody who ever built an empire, or changed the world, sat where you are now. And it's because they sat there that they were able to do it.