More layoffs and replacements: San Diego and Mountain view site. What are you waiting for?
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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.
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
How much RSU stock did you get as a staff engineer? Last year I got 60k RSU. But my Friend who is in mountain view got 100K RSU.
Intuit is full of double-faced, smiling, insincere and lying leaders who say they're committed to technology and innovation but have no clue at all about what any of that means. The company has armies of architects who advocate and preach standards... read more
I dont know of many high performing companies that give you full job security. I would go work for the federal gov't if that is what you seek. Although layoffs are rarely a good thing, MANY companies go through this process. In most cases they do so... read more
Who will be cut this year at Intuit? Are any entire departments on the chopping block?
They were playing the politics. I was fired and received warning for inappropriate workplace behavior.
Intuit recently went through several rounds of a RIF (reduction in force). It's obvious that employees with high tenure were selected - most with 10+ years. Politics have begun to run rampant - especially within IT. The current SVP of IT has created... read more
Horrible re-org strategy which hinders productivity. Company's leaders make bad decisions which forces re-organization with lay offs every year. Too many internal budget cuts just to make wall street happy. No job security as it is almost 100%... read more
Reorganizations every year leading to lay-offs and selling off divisions. Lots of meeting, red-tape and too much politics. Lots of middle management, and on top of that very few managers are technical! The interesting thing is that the company calls... read more
I was laid off 3 weeks after I started my maternity leave. The reason, as put forth by my manager, was that a business decision was made to eliminate my role. What I learned from this experience is that, while it is illegal to lay off someone because... read more
My friend told me their Dev department hired an Indian lady as their director or above. New layoff will happen and more Indians will be hired. Good luck to Intuit.
Intuit has a history of laying off 10% of their staff every year. While most assume only the bottom feeders get the axe, think again. The company has a terrible track record of acquiring, not being able to merge offerings or over-hiring in select... read more
After a long tenure at Intuit, I was laid off. It was a bit scary, as change can sometimes be, but it was necessary for me to quickly adjust my mindset and get busy locating employment. As I explored other career opportunities, I was able to fully... read more
Do you know what a typical severance pay is and if this time they will changing it (if compared to people who were let go last year). Thank you!
They employees and especially managers treat seasonals like dirt at Intuit, I’d use a different and more smell intense word, but I’d be blocked from posting. I heard too many times that they didn't matter, work them all you can and if they don't like... read more