The goal is 85/15 offshore/onshore by 2022. That’s all people need to know as the bottom Line-and the future for all employees here. Currently Operations- Now is at 50/50. So quite a few more to go over the next 12-24 months.
Topics regarding layoffs at State Street Corp.
Your not going to find much useful information at this website. Most of the posted subjects are from trolls.
You better be getting rid of your debt....
Layoff happening on Jan 8th. Confirmed. I expect it to be a huge one atleast 10% ON IT dev and 15% in IT SQA.
For all those doubting State Streets layoff plans....and critisizing those who have tried to warn our fellow employees about what was coming....why dont you tell it to the 100 or so members of the Blockchain development team that have been let go... — read more
That keeps plugging dates? Sounds like those contrarians about the stock market crashing. At some point they may be right on getting one date where someone’s laid off but the hysteria is terrible and so disingenuous. You’re a liar and a troll and... — read more
Get your desk cleaned out and Merry Christmas.
Share any updates you may have about State Street Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
This is it....the next big layoff day is upon us. Who will be cut? Any EVPs, SVPs, MDs or VPs? Or will the regular workers once again have the target on their backs? I think we all know the answer. Now we just need to wait to see how... — read more
Let's hope they cut the fat cats at the top.
Mgmt has no vision and employees are devoid of any contemporary skills. It's a shame to work there, if you have any expertise. It's all ponzu scheme and whom knows whom than where the asset mgmt future economic model is going and what tech... — read more
MARKETSPublished 22 mins ago The most profitable investment for businesses? Happy employees Maybe stt should take a page of this article and stop with the decades long chronic layoffs. Maybe they’d turn a profit and not outsource America to... — read more
I think it might be. How is this not work related stress eligible for worker’s compensation? If you work in a hostile environment I’ve read that constant and impending layoffs are considered eligible. We just heard we’re moving not sure where... — read more
Do not forget that State Street takes care of you: https://www.wageworks.com/statestreet/commuter/
Yup, it’s going to happen on 10/2. I know of one person getting let go, and it could be just one person here and a few there. But the information I have just acquired (big ears) is that it’s a guy on the 5th floor at 1 Lincoln. Sorry bro.
Moving to The John Adams Building on Tuesday. Anyone who is there now know if it is as miserable in there as I have heard it is? I am all for the change because I live on the South Shore and no longer have to take the commuter rail but I am... — read more
By December 2019 lots more cuts to come to VP and MD levels. They have a quota to meet with that 8,000 layoffs by 2020 and they are only 40% there, so between now and 2020 there will be huge cuts. But I hear the next round of layoffs is targeting... — read more
Perhaps now all the high ups will realize that being laidoff isn't so fun after all? They will learn to understand how it feels like to be in someone's elses shoes. Instead of judging someone's resume for having a gap on it due to layoffs... — read more
Merry Christmas and Happy New a Year.
Hearing that the Belfast and London offices got automated emails putting their status of leave before being told they were being made redundant, complete HR failure. They turned up closed the Belfast office, took everything away according to the... — read more
The great Executive Team Can't sell the clipper ship just yet...still have more large salary increases to get and more huge cash bonuses and share options to award themselves. Cut, cut and cut further is the executive team's plan to get... — read more
Looks like Ireland is next on SS hitlist for outsourcing, would you stick it out for the redundancy or run for the hills?
With cuts happening at various State Street locations both yesterday and the day before, I'm not sure if I should relax just yet or if there will be more today? Do we know if we are done for sure?
how big were the layoffs. thank you!
Hope it's me. SSC s—s, the worst employer in Boston.
I hear is going to be a busy day
Is in the horizon. He can’t right this old schooner. Her glory days were pillaged by many retired and former execs. They left the hull for the rest to row to shore if it even makes it. We can only hope for a merger but then the axe comes full... — read more
How about that share price eh? On the slip and slide for quite some time now, how long before it hits rock bottom...
Ron is presiding over a failing firm whilst sailing his competition yacht all over the world. Thoughts?
It makes sense that the next big one would be October. Give the people 2 months notice and then by end of December they will have a leaner workforce to make those layoff numbers for the new year.
No one can build his or her career here any longer in confidence. The truth is once someone is maybe feeling like it’s taking off In a good direction, the job may be eliminated or placed offshore. Pretty grim I guess. Greener pastures out there... — read more
Has anyone heard from legit source if this Wednesday is big lay-off day??
Truth is we were told in confidence, 6 years ago when my job was supposed be sent over, that these offshore employees Make less than 2.50 an hour and SSC doesn’t have to pay their health or 401k. So do the math. We can never compete with that. So, ... — read more
I remember when all the work was being done in the U.S , mgmt demanded 100% quality work be done. It was constantly drilled into our head, " State Street stands for quality work" Question is I find it funny how they allow Indian to do C - to... — read more
That everyone on here contact their senators about voting no on senate bill 386 that Lyndsey Graham is wanting. It is massive visas for many jobs that we hold going to India and China and bringing them here. They’ve destroyed the tech industry and... — read more
The hard facts are since the retirement of Marsh Carter, this company has been going down hill. Each CEO is more of a hatchet man than the next. Marsh Carter days were when employees here were valued, treated with respect, and seen as assets to the... — read more