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Prudential Layoffs 2022

Have you heard anything about potential Prudential layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?

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More layoffs happened in Technology this week. Who's surprised? (not me)

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Of course layoffs in 2022, then again in 2023, then again in 2024…..

That is all thanks to poor leadership at the top and management consultants

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Post ID: @2dpaa+1dLQ9ZBs

Culling the heard will never end. Yes, layoffs are coming.

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Post ID: @1Viiw+1dLQ9ZBs

Consulted @ pru for a year or 2. Worst place glad i just came in to do a project, no wonder they brought me in there IT network team have been there way too long .. and were complacent and useless. They hated the fact they brought consultants in . hopefully they cut over to the new production data center and back up in Minnesota ... they wasted a lot of money on dimension data and Cisco .. the Cisco salesman was walking scam but somehow he sold and .. they bought cr-p they didn't need someone got kickbacks .. They should get rid off all of roseland .. The head of operations was an id--t he moved to Florida .. You could see that useless pos coming a mile away ....

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Post ID: @16gvs+1dLQ9ZBs

If a management consultant is engaged with the company, assume layoffs for at least 3 years from when they were “introduced” as “helping” with the “transformation effort”

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Post ID: @xjbx+1dLQ9ZBs

if it does not happen in the next week, it will wait till next year.

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I am hourly IT, not allowed to do overtime - but have to login after hours and weekends to keep up. Manager "knows" but is don't ask don't tell.

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Post ID: @4zts+1dLQ9ZBs

Used to be a great place to work. Not anymore. All about transformation (aka cutting costs) and shipping work to India these days.

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Post ID: @1rce+1dLQ9ZBs

I hope not. There's not enough people to do the work as it is. Lately though, in my experience, it seems more people are resigning than getting laid off... Because there is not enough people to do the work and they are sick of doing the job of three people.

I wish people would stop working 12 hour days, or signing in at 1 am or on the weekend to get work done. It just helps perpetuate this toxic culture at Prudential. Work life balance is no longer a concept at Prudential, it's all work and unfortunately most of us just accept it.

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