Bank of America Layoffs

Topics regarding layoffs at Bank of America

Home Loans division

Lot hanging on them this year, hopefully a lot more competent than when the housing market crashed

You can't be this naive

Are people really that naive to believe we'll have no layoffs any time soon? Did you not see the state of the economy? Did you not notice everything that's been going on around you for the past several months? Do you really think we'll be the only... —  read more 

Closures

So if you have had no layoffs why are some of your banks closed.

Would you leave?

If another company offered you a comparable job during the pandemic, would you leave?

Worker rights

How many lawsuits do you think will be filed for worker’s rights? Lawyers will be busy

WFH

now that states are opening back up anyone hearing when we will return to the office

Monday All Hands Conference Call

Not sure what will be said but... Here is how I see things: the exec mgmt has to do something, to react as it relates to C19 zero interest rates hurt us, big time no people in the branches, no upsell or no sell working from home hard to... —  read more 

Four Banks to Defer Mortgage Payments

Wells Fargo, US Bank, Citi and JP Morgan Chase will defer mortgage payments for three months. State chartered banks and credit unions will offer similar deferrals. Newsom said everyone is eligible, regardless of how much money they make. He said... —  read more 

Layoffs, Hazard Pay, and what's next

Are layoffs decided by pay? Just found out that my peer makes $10k more than me and does less. How can HR let this happen? Also, what will the bank do for the people risking their lives in the branches after this is over? $200 extra a week in... —  read more 

Working From Home

How is everyone coping with working from home? I heard someone say that their manager told them that this is indefinite. I smell tons of layoffs is about to happen and what about MSP? Will it be another delay because I heard if it is the company... —  read more 

Voluntary severance should be offered immediately.

Any contingency plans for layoffs should immediately be offered to employees willing to accept the severance package voluntarily. This seems to be a prudent step to quickly reducing expenses in this environment.

Coronavirus is a golden opportunity for BofA

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/timing-next-financial-crisis-under-construction-dahn-shaulis/?trk=mp-author-card https://collegemeltdown.blogspot.com/2020/03/coronavirus-and-college-meltdown.html

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How toxic is the work culture at the bank?

On scale of 1 to 10 , 10 being most toxic like people working in Chernobyl and 1 being least toxic, how would you rate your department? I think gto is a 9. Toxic and stupidity everywhere .

Do the right thing

Layoffs will most likely happen in the next 60 days due to COVID-19. I'm not an insider, but that is my guess not just for BAC, but for most publicity traded companies. I hope the HR people at BAC, JP, and Wells who made the decision to pull... —  read more 

Leave banking sector

We are headed for another crash and I doubt that this time anybody will be willing to help us out like in 2008. The best thing to do right now is to leave the entire banking sector. Plenty of jobs available in other sectors that are not on shaky... —  read more 

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