- 2016 GT ST 47A
I can sympathize with you. Up until 2014, my office site was the World HQ for my company. Then we got bought by a company from the UK. In 2016ish (I say that as five years later we are still in a transition) we were bought by another company from the UK. We went from having everything/everyone (approx. 3000 employees) on-site to ~150. I am in NJ, my payroll is based out of Canada and my HR is based out of Atlanta or Houston depending on what I need. There are two IT people left on-site but they have been instructed not to help should we contact them directly. We are supposed to call the call center in the Phillipines or reach out via MS Teams. If they can't help (95% of the the time, they can't) then they reach out to the two left to come in person and fix it. But somewhere on paper, it looks good.