Thread regarding Truist Bank layoffs

Prepare for more

With the last group that was basically forced out now gone, prepare for more. It might not happen today or this week, but it's coming. They won't be satisfied until they've cut the number of employees to bare bones in all departments and branches. The worst is yet to come.

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Post ID: @OP+1d9fRxii

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@anv+1d9fRxii, the problem isn't so much the layoffs but the lies and deceit used by the 3rd rate people who now occupy middle senior positions who fire people not convenient after extracting the merger related work by false writeups ...there is a lot that can be heard on this via the grapevine. This includes hBBT managers as well. If you get one hint, run at the earliest. That means the tornado will hit you eventually. It means that while you are putting in your blood and soul in the company work, somebody (usually more than 1 person) is working behind the scenes jotting down as many negative things they can think about you. Nobody is safe. There is no way to know who will survive.

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Post ID: @1mgs+1d9fRxii

BB&T management was parroting that goofy "Best of the Best" bromide 15 years ago. It was nonsense even back then. "Best of the Rest" is more accurate.

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Post ID: @1cbq+1d9fRxii

BB&T has been hot and heavy with RIFs for several years now. I was part of it 4 years ago, mine was not voluntary.

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Post ID: @tuc+1d9fRxii

I think @anv+1d9fRxii is one of those backstabbing heritage SunTrust teammates who manages a team and creates painful, useless processes for everyone to follow while reaping huge bonuses for said-pointless process. It's either that or a nasty addiction to opioids. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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Post ID: @slo+1d9fRxii

@anv+1d9fRxii, That's not true, the culture and management have treated everyone unfairly to say the least, everyone is on work overload with no additional compensation. It's not a good place to be anymore, the smart took the early retirement because they didn't have a choice. I'm glad you're happy, but for most, it's only a matter of time to see this bank fail. You can't be successful when you get rid of the "Best of the Best".

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Post ID: @lae+1d9fRxii

I don't understand why there is so much negativity here. Truist is a great company, and a great company to work for. Maybe all you Negative Nellies should leave and find a job somewhere else, at a company where people never have to adapt, and where they can get paid for doing nothing. That's not Truist, and that's a good thing!

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Post ID: @anv+1d9fRxii

Rifs have been ongoing while the early retirements were going on. It didn’t stop normal rifs from happening!

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Post ID: @tes+1d9fRxii

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