Topics regarding layoffs at Intuit Inc.

Topics regarding layoffs at Intuit Inc.

2023 Tucson Layoffs-Mental Eugenics

Intuit has made great progress of upgrading the degree requirements for the rank-and-file sales in Tucson; however, this practice should be extended to the sales managers too. One does not want the sales force to follow the failures of managers who... —  read more 

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Post ID:  @OP+1j3ooDyp

Not surprised by more layoffs

Sad to see Intuit go back to cutting employees as a way to make shareholders happy. They use to do this for years in June every year to get everyone off the books by August (we called it layoff season in the Steve Bennett and early Brad Smith days)... —  read more 

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Post ID:  @OP+17jzxHDX

9,816 - 715 = 9,101

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 

What happens next...

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 

Layoffs at Intuit, Tucson

"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

We need layoffs

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 

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Stealth layoffs still persist

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 

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Post ID:  @OP+QBK60pR

Layoff's happening now

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.


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 

Don't believe the marketing

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 

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