In essence, here’s the situation: I interviewed with this company, successfully went through two rounds of interviews, received a job offer just 30 minutes after the second interview, and was thrilled as it came with a substantial 40% salary increase compared to my current job. I accepted the offer, tendered my two-week notice to my current employer, and completed the onboarding process HR provided, signing all necessary documents last week.
However, just two days ago, exactly one week after signing the offer letter, I received an email informing me that the company could not proceed with my offer due to “internal changes” that led to the elimination of the open position. They mentioned they would keep my resume on file, but I was left in disbelief as I had already given notice to my current employer. Despite my pleas to my boss to reconsider, HR informed me that nothing could be done on their end.
So now, I find myself without a stable job because this company’s actions have put me in a precarious situation. In frustration, I posted a negative review on Glassdoor detailing my experience and how the company left me jobless. However, this morning, I received an email from the company, requesting that I remove the negative review as it damages their reputation. I don’t feel any remorse for my actions, given that the company has left me jobless and in a difficult situation.