January. 10% reduction across the board.
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January. The list has been drawn up already, just a matter of execution.
I've heard the budget for many areas is pretty lean next year with more focus on automation. Take that however you want, but that usually means layoffs.
Just because they have said no LO in 2020 does not mean u will be notified that you will be laid off on Jan 1 . Many times you are given a heads up for some reason.
December, the beginning of the blood bath.
And you actually believe them?
How many times does it have to be said on here that the bank has committed to no layoffs for the remainder of 2020? Next year will be a bloodbath.
Hopefully not, but I've heard some rumors and I've got to check.