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Why did you leave your job at Bombardier?

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I was scheduled for layoff so I went out and found another job then quit Bombardier.

I gave Bombardier 7+ years of loyalty and good workmanship that amounts to nothing.

My loyalty and good work will now serve a company that values what I bring to the job.

Contract ended and position obsolete due to 3PL....miss it there it was a great place to work.

It was the most unprofessional and unpleasant environment that I had ever experienced. Management (and I use that term loosely) were threatening, degrading and outright abusive. Unqualified individuals passing themselves of as experts, because they are given a title from Bombardier. I was amazed that such an environment existed in 2018. I was hired as a line Manager and quickly realized that the position was just a means of circumventing Ontario labour law. I don't recommend it to anyone.

Management are like high schoolers with a title, promoted after a couple of months of service. They shout and swear to employees. Lack maturity vision and respect for others.

Many of my co-workers had gas issues and weren't shy about sharing them continually throughout the shift. I could barely breathe half the time. It was rude and disgusting and almost inhuman what I had to.smell.

Got laid off

Needed a break from the highly intense environment

Left to take care of parents who were sick with cancer an very elderly

Caught in organization downsizing.

Laid off due to organizational changes.

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