If attrition continues as it has for the past several months, there'll be absolutely no need for layoffs. People are burned out and are leaving in droves. Of course, they are taking the knowledge and expertise with them, but it's not as if our leadership cares about small details such as those...
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Steve needs to open his eyes to the fact its a few senior leaders who are the problem. Its sad to see good people being made to feel like they are going to lose their jobs when they have not recieved the training or support from their direct leaders. Senior management at the site ignore good ideas from people who do the job. The leaders of o'Fallon put all of our jobs at risk because of their failure to lead and they refuse to see it. Hey Louise...sit at my desk for a week and try to perform by the rules you set...see how long you last. No...this is not an inspirational place to work... the leaders of this department have lost touch and are disengaged from the power of one. The only thing I hope for is to see you go before I do.
You do know that AML\KYC and O’fallon are the hot topics but Citi does lay-off beyond that too. 1 person here, 5 people there etc... it just does make the big headlines.
I just saw a Citi employee. Last time i saw him he had a full head of black hair. Now its all gray.
Agree agree agree. Management doesnt give a c-ap that morale is at its all time low. Keep closing your eyes and keep watching the employees leave to companies that actually value them.
AML\KYC is a joke. Hope they all get termed along with their awful managers.
You must be from AML/kyc cause that's how all the people have left, via attrition. Yet management didn't care and still treats people like c-ap and blame people for the moral being down. There attitude of "if you don't like it, leave". Guess what, many people have been trying for years. Just wish that they would offer layoffs but it won't happen.
I know people that are leaving for less money just to have stability.