Thread regarding Truist Bank layoffs

I think my days here are numbered

Too often I've had to go look for work in the past month or so. I didn't think I'd ever say something like this, but I've been bored at the office for weeks. This has never happened before, I'm usually swamped with work. How worried should I be about my future here?

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Post ID: @OP+1daciOZH

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Several thoughts:
1) I have generally found that if you are seriously pondering the “should I be worried about my job” question, you probably already know the answer.
2) If you happen to be hBBT, well, your job is (or will be) in jeopardy - even if you aren’t pondering the question.
3) Get looking while the job market is hot, who knows how much longer it will last.

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Post ID: @awe+1daciOZH

@kdb+1daciOZH must be a hSTI manager who only knows how to point fingers or play the blame game and not truely respect and mange teammates.

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Post ID: @mmu+1daciOZH

Leave. We don't want or need lazy folks here. Get out of the way.

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Post ID: @kdb+1daciOZH

I left the bank in late 2020. I started looking for a new job months before then because I wanted to go on my terms, not the bank’s. And that’s what happened.

It took quite a while, though.... I don’t want to sugarcoat it.

That said, if you think your job may be in jeopardy, if you’re like me, it feels better to be proactive. Who knows, even it you aren’t riffed, you may find a new job you prefer at somewhere else.

Good luck and future happiness

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Post ID: @sca+1daciOZH

You’ll be fine. You have nothing to worry about. You’ll probably be able to retire from Truist with a fat pension and gobs of money oozing out all over the place. And you will feel totally fulfilled in your old age that you had a great and rewarding career at Truist. And then you woke up and realized what a fantasy that is and will go back to watching your life slip away one day at a time.

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