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Not paying Bills

Discussion in 'Genova Diagnostics' started by anonymous, Dec 15, 2019 at 12:57 AM.

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  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Go get a new job and move on. Your repeated posts are hilarious as 90% of this thread is you replying to yourself.

    Be a leader, grow up, quit slinging mud and MOVE ON!
     

  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    To above poster - not actually. Honestly. Or maybe you are happy making bad wages?
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    bc you DO realize you can leave and double your income and the one they are paying is not livable- correct?
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Last I checked - these jokers were recruiting highly tenured reps, non disclosing actual compensation- and paying on a joke of a comp plan that In reality maxes out at $75- and $85 k if you play BS games. They hire
    However tenured reps making double that and being them down to a hard to live on wage. Be mad that I said that, I really don’t care. That job overpromised, underdelivered and the pay was not sustainable.
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Post #22, 23 & 24 by the same disgruntled employee on NYE/NYD.

    Exactly how I envision ringing in the new year.

    GAFL
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    what exactly is your issue? Some people are ticked over the income- and that’s fair game bc it it far below industry standard, and not sustainable income for a family. Perhaps others exploring employment here need to know their income is likely cut in half (I hadn’t made this since 2001 and that pay went further back then). Perspective employees also need to know bc they recruit us with loads of tenure and suddenly we are struggling to get by. That’s very fair to say. A tenured Medical sales rep makes 130k+. When a company hires, doesn’t disclose compensation, and creates financial havoc on a home due to unlivable income- I’m sorry, that needs to be told.
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    So back at you...

    GAFL

    and stop trolling and getting mad at truth.
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    PS- I did not create this strand and there are others on cafepharma and Glassdoor reporting the same. Truth wins.
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    to the poster attempting to naysay- thank you for stopping.

    Tactics were employed with the most recent new hire class in which the comp plan was very much danced around for each one of us and we compared notes. That is not acceptable as we saw income come in far below anything we had seen. It was very unacceptable on their part. It created more wreckage in some homes than others (ie dual income homes). Mine was single income and after waiting 8 months bc of the arrearage- I was expecting to be comfortable again after robbing Peter to pay Paul for the first 8 mos. the opposite happened. It was honestly devastating because before this happened, I was telling everyone this was my favorite job ever. And it was. You can’t keep saying that however when what’s coming in isn’t covering living costs, remotely. Was the worst. No one wants to do a full career search, especially out of need, or let their current employer down while they do- and need something to get them by in that interim.

    I wasn’t expecting this remotely and hated
    all of it. For my family, and employer.

    I get that reimbursement went down, but I was managing a $1.3 mill territory and given the metrics, making over $75k was not going to happen. It created a level of stress I did not need at that point in my
    Life. It also made it really hard to give an employer my all.

    I don’t know where the money shortfall is-
    Plenty of theories exist.

    It wasn’t right, and placed my family in a very very difficult situation financially. I wasn’t expecting anything like this.

    Of course there’s been resentment and feeling really mislead. Peace out
     
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Clarify- making little over 75 k

    Unlivable as a professional In any industry/
     
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Sucks to be you..

    I’m tenured and my base is 85k
     
  12. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Then get a new job dummy...

    oh and BTW... way to post your salary in a public forum... I’m sure your next employer will now be happy to reference the info your dumb ass posted in here and you’ll be making 65k again...

    Your dumb... why would you take a job where they ‘danced’ around the comp plan... sounds like your fault for taking the job.

    no wonder they’re only paying you 65k
     
  13. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Then get a new job dummy?
     
  14. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Your base is 85k? Why is everyone’s base so different
     
  15. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    NSM rooms are $23 a night ! Writing is on the wall. This company cannot afford to pay for sanitary hotel accommodations.
     
  16. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Where IS the disconnect? We are managing over $1mill territories, yet the income is not affordable. Thougjhts?
     
  17. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    In case anyone was actually wanting to have a financially sustainable job that works here. You CAN and the opportunity to do so. Genova is fresh outta college income. Do it for a year- THEN- get out and actually pay your bills. ‍♀️