re: What are some signs that your project at work is ending? VIEW POST

re: Great discussion! I don't have a lot of big org experience, but from freelancing in my past, communication tends to get less frequent until they ba...

Yep. I've had that done when working as a contractor. It's pretty dumb since I was a contractor. Why not be up front about it?

As an employee, you get sidelined doing support and doing nothing, like they hope you'll just leave. Or else, they'll figure out a way to "reduction in force" you like giving you a bad review or the like. Once again, a dumb and often dishonest way to do things.

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