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Sunday, March 26, 2023


It was a normal day, or at least it was supposed to be. As I arrived to work, I was filled with a sense of joy and accomplishment – I had just finished my probation period and was looking forward to my continued work with the company.


Little did I know that my day was about to take a drastic turn.

As I began to settle into my desk, I heard a commotion in the hallway. I knew something was wrong and my heart sank as I heard the news. Our company had made the difficult decision to layoff several people and my name was included on the list.

I was in shock. After all the hard work I had put in over the past few months, I was now being let go. It felt like a kick in the gut. I had been so close to achieving my professional goals and I was now back at square one.

My mind began to race as I tried to think of what to do next. How would I support myself? How would I explain this to my family and friends? What job opportunities would be open to me? All these thoughts clouded my mind as I struggled to process the news.

The shock soon gave way to anger. I felt betrayed by the company. I had worked hard to prove myself and yet, here I was, being thrown out like a piece of trash. I wanted to yell and scream, to make them understand what they had done to me. But I knew it would be futile.


“Your just another employee”

In that moment, I was filled with a sense of sadness. All my hopes and dreams had been dashed in an instant. I had worked so hard to get to this point and now I was back to square one. My emotions were a roller coaster ride and I felt utterly defeated.

It took me a few days to get over the shock and disappointment of being retrenched. I had to take a step back and reassess my situation. I had to find a way to move forward and make the best of the situation.

I had to start from the bottom again, but this time around I was determined to make it work. I updated my resume and applied to multiple jobs. I networked and reached out to my contacts. I also took the opportunity to upskill myself and learn new skills. I was determined to come back stronger than ever.

But the world is cruel, It’s been 3 months and I have not gotten any replies yet, really no point being Loyal or whatever term you like.

“Your just another employee”, disposable and expandable.

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