Thread regarding Truist Bank layoffs

I didn't expect this

I expected many things from the merger but I didn't expect to see the company culture change as drastically as it has for the worse so quickly. Now Truist management keeps claiming they care for their employees, but that couldn't be further from the truth. If they did, we wouldn't be losing so many talented, hard working people every day. Sad what this place has turned into.

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are people really po----g their pants, and peeing themselves?
I didn't know we had employees that care that much?

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Post ID: @9kbm+1dKFOBF9

Being successful at Truist has absolutely nothing to do with hard work, or even having the skill set to be a competent banker. Tell your boss all his/her ideas are fantastic, shuffle spreadsheets, join your boss in sneering at clients when they have the audacity to ask for service, and commiserate with legacy STI on how cr---y a bank BB&T was. The new recipe for success!

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Post ID: @7pku+1dKFOBF9

JFC - people are crapping their pants?! This isn't a bank, it's a third world sweatshop.

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Post ID: @6cls+1dKFOBF9

@Billy the Butcher- You talk as if work has anything to do with surviving in Truist !!
To survive, in Truist, at this time, just prior to Client Day, you need to be a brown noser. You must be a Yes-man even it means putting up with idiosyncratic behavior. Those connected to people behave like they are lords and others are their mercy and must put up with any of their egregious behavior.

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Post ID: @5fld+1dKFOBF9

I can’t even retain my employees. The good ones left and the loyal ones leaving, when I recruit new people they leave after a few months all the same reasons. I even had people withdraw application after interviews and list working environments they observed. I just had someone quit yesterday and they cried with a breakdown. The person who quit before her worked for years and she quit for the same reasons. I have to continually acquire, train and then they quit all for the same treatment from Truist and then Truist sends a purple book and says everything will be alright. I had 3 people deficate sc-t in their seats and two peed themselves because we get no breaks even management. Everyone cries daily and the bank doesn’t care. Supposedly according to shareholder reports the CEOs got 10-35 percent raises/bonus and my staff was in top one percentile in performance to peers but I was limited to give them a raise to the tune of half inflation and was told the bank couldn’t afford to give them more. Mind you they haven’t taken PTO because the bank won’t approve it bc of coverage issues and they roll over time every year if they last that long. Bank also said Saturday’s are coming and meanwhile I’m working my staff 50 hours or more per week with no breaks no pto for 2 years just to keep the doors open. If I told you how many times I had to pay a hazmat company to clean bodily waste from seats or floors you’d laugh and then cry. It’s sickening. I would never bank at this he-l ho-e nor would I stop someone from burning this beach down, it’s a po-p show and they know it. They want everyone new and old quit bc severance will be less for new.

  • 30 plus year veteran with company
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Post ID: @3ati+1dKFOBF9

It was always just lip-service from management..... only difference is that now it’s very, very obvious.

They know that if employees are still with the bank it’s because they have no where to go.... and can be treated like dirt.

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Post ID: @2mrf+1dKFOBF9

Back to Work or you will be the next to lose your job !

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