Ok so I'm still a Mitsubishi Technician at Faulkner of Quakertown. Fine and dandy there. But this past Monday, my team leader(7 years as a mitsu tech) and another member of my team both gave their 2 weeks notice. My team leader, Paul, was the only certified Mitsu tech we have. Now the Mitsu team consists of myself and one other person(who has 8 years with the company as a Ford tech...). I have 6 months as a Mitsu tech. Today they asked Paul, to leave(4 days into his 2 weeks notice). For reasons hes not sure of. The guy in the bay next to me also gave his 2 weeks notice on Monday. That is 3 guys in one day. All for bigger($$) and better($$) things. They want to send me to Mitsubishi Training, like A LOT OF IT. However, I am ACTIVELY looking for a new job. I don't like working for this company, nor do I care for Mitsubishis, THAT much. However it seems I would be in a position to make more money, and be busier at work if I were one of 2(or 3 if they hire someone soon) Mitsu techs and would be the only certified one. The 3 guys that quit, were the 3 out of 20 something techs that I got along with. I'm sure some of you realize, I'm not a people person and not good with people in general. So I usually find a few people I relate to and leave it at that. Now all of those guys in this place, are gone(well very shortly). I would have quit long ago if not for them. So wtf do I do? I'm still an apprentice, for me to the basically the head Mitsu tech is well, nerve racking. I talked to my Dad and we both agreed, if I go to the schooling, I will not commit to the company. Namely if they say "we will send you but you have to give us 2 years", I won't do it. No commitment or no training. That ought to tip them off that I'm unhappy however. The other thing is, after 7 years with the company, they told Paul to take a hike, after he was nice enough to give notice and not just walk out himself(which he was that mad). I was told he said a few "burning bridges" type things when he gave notice, but still it seems childish to kick him out so suddenlly, especially when he was THE knowledgeable guy in the shop. I had another week and a half of time to gather what I could from him. I just have no idea what to do. At this second I am not making enough money to be happy, don't think this company gives a crap about the employee, and now I'm considering sticking with them for a while?