We were told in department town hall yesterday that another "second look sweep" of all departments and areas will be done after the dust settles in early 2021. This may result in "hundreds" of additional cuts/layoffs. But more important this is where... — read more
I had talk to one of the guys at help desk department this afternoon. He state there will RIF of more employees in the help desk department. Malayisa will taking over their jobs no more than within 3 months. I am getting tired of the company with... — read more
This is pure insanity. New York Life was breaking sales record year after year. What was so wrong that they have drastically clean house? So many loyal Lifer's were absolutely devastated. CEO Ted Matthas, just like any other ivy league trained... — read more
Kind of off topic, but how do so many people who work at AIG not have LinkedIn? It may sound petty ( but hey, I have nothing better to do here ) but I feel like everyone I know has a LinkedIn and use it as a primary job hunting, industry knowledge... — read more
NYL always seems to be posting the same jobs every few months for Corporate VP roles, especially internal consulting, digital product roles. What gives? Is the working environment that bad?
ASAP just got notice today the agencies will no longer be able to submit concerns and will have to go through asic due to transformative growth. This week we’ve had already 400+ agency concerns submitted but yet they want to lay us off
Is that good or bad? No one in my department did..
Miles of red tape, people make you go through long permission processes that you find out after were unnecessary. There's a good 20% who are good actors and the rest .. don't care if they obstruct business as usual as long as they get to control... — read more
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ANyone knows what the plans are? More cuts? Is it stabilizing?
We'll see what happens next quarter - I hope things pick up at NYL
It is a terrible shame that they are laying off thousands of workers, some that have spent most of their professional lives at NYL, and sending all those jobs overseas. Why would they do that? It is not because they are hurting financially, it is not... — read more