How were the unlucky ones selected? LIFO (last in first out)? Performance?
Topics regarding layoffs at Intuit Inc.
TurboTax-maker Intuit Inc has cut 715 jobs, its Chief Executive Officer Sasan Goodarzi said in a note to employees on Monday, a move that is a part of the company's ongoing strategy to become an AI-driven platform. The income-tax filing software... — read more
We took a careful review of the company, looking for redundancies in tools, systems and for roles that were not aligned to where we are investing for the future. This has resulted in the painful decision to part with 715 friends and co-workers who... — read more
You will hear from my staff about the specific changes to your organization, and at the end of the day, we will share all of these emails on SNAP. In addition, we will host two town halls to provide you with an opportunity to ask questions. You can... — read more
There is never a good time for eliminating roles and re-balancing our investments. With all that is going on in the world today, it’s not an easy time for anyone to be starting a new chapter. Those impacted are our co-workers and friends, and we... — read more
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Looks like Intuit Plano eliminates nearly all QA positions October 2019. Not sure how many impacted, guess around ten.
What do you think may happen in Tucson in 2019?
"Yes. We announced organization changes that impacted 40 people at our Tucson campus. We have approximately 1000 employees at this site. This was part of a reallocation of resources to invest in growth." I — read more
I know this is an unpopular opinion, but I firmly believe we need layoffs. However, we need layoffs that will actually help the company by getting rid of unnecessary fat, instead of the ones that get rid of good employees whose only fault is their... — read more
Some things might change at Intuit, but stealth layoffs of seasonal employees remain omnipresent. The company tends to over-hire every single time (how hard is to learn from your own mistakes, really) and then looks for every and any reason to let... — read more
Intuit culture used to be one of the best things about the company... Now it's becoming one of the worst... I guess they are trying to emulate Amazon... Pushing high demands and long hours, driving people into the ground... Work and life balance is... — read more
While I like working at Intuit, I really have major issues with the company's middle to upper management. The lot of them lacks any knowledge and expertise that is necessary to lead a company like this. Not to mention that the top level of management... — read more
Raji is clearing up the house and try to replace these people. You will be the next one soon.
More layoffs and replacements: San Diego and Mountain view site. What are you waiting for? — read more
Intuit likes to hire contractors and churn-n-burn them. Your time could be up in 6 weeks, or a few months..you won't know. Recently a whole small team was laid off SAME WEEK with no advance notice. You have been warned...take the position, but keep... — read more
They're laying off but trying to keep it quiet. They are saying you can find a place internally, but there's also a soft hiring freeze... very confusing and seems more to come as the pressure is on management to deliver.
I heard that they will hire more young people and replace these seniors.
About a month ago I had two interviews for a position at Intuit over the phone. The first discussion was a phone screen with a recruiter, and the second was a interview with the hiring manager for the position - I really thought our discussion went... — read more
There were some people who were laid off in the last 2-3 weeks and few are still remaining to be told this week.
Any potential layoff? Anyone knows?
I receive an offer and was told no layoff at Intuit. People can find internal position quickly except these bad performance people. Is that true? Anyone can tell?
Anyone can share? Let`s say 15% of salary, but how much can we get finally? 15% or 20%+?
Several reorg will happen soon.
Intuit lost "it's the people" years ago. There is no work/life balance. If you don't work 80 hours a week, you aren't working and will probably rank Needs Improvement. I don't understand who is voting Intuit a most admired company or great place to... — read more
Anyone here is from Quicken?
Please post if you know more
I am a former Intuit employee. Now I am in a better company and we receive many resumes from intuit employee recently. Looks like many people are looking for the new opportunities. I guess bad news will come soon. — read more
What will it bring?
I've worked in the Florida location and here is my experience – IT IS A NUT HOUSE! The management is bunch of crazy folks and there is always some issue with them, certain things don't get done properly, some individual managers are corrupt or just... — read more
Intuit management changes frequently, much faster than the base can absorb - this leaves folks who work here in a constant limbo. Talking about direction changes - this is pretty much constant, deal with it... And there are layoffs in one part of... — read more
Have you ever wanted a frustrating job? A job where meaningless marketing junk is your only work? A job where the executives keep telling you how you’re leading the software field in innovation when you’re working with 10-30 year old technology every... — read more