As of today - no apologies from the company, nobody ever contacted. Managers are still there, practices are still the same. Moreover, Atlassian decided to retaliate for publishing my story, they applied zero-bonus multiplier, so I didn't get any bonus for 2020-2021. They also refused to pay a referral fee of $5K (I invited a friend of mine to work for the company).
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There has been no Shitlassian for other companies yet, Atlassian is the only Shitlassian at the moment.
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There should be a word for it
"Shitlassian" is a word/meme (noun or verb) that describes an action of employee disposal at the time of a struggle. It's similar to "throw under the bus", but with emphasis that the person tried his/her best to fight for his/her own life.
For example: - Hey Mike, what do you think about our employee who took too much of a medical leave? - Just shitlassian him Or: - I heard Joe got shitlassian treatment because he was sick for too long - Poor guy
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