Thread regarding Truist Bank layoffs

Maybe they should be concerned more with what the competition is doing...

instead of constantly micromanaging what the employees are doing? To me, it sometimes seems as if superiors are deliberately creating tensions and creating pressure. This place has never been more toxic.

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Post ID: @OP+1dbVzdgS

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Make notes on your analysis and issues you see taking place. They won't stop. when it is time for your, your manager will fire you. You will find yourself prepared for a post-firing missive with your questions to be sent to your manager. Never copy HR or anybody else. Let the nervous manager reach out for guidance. Let it be his problem.

Post ID: @kntg+1dbVzdgS

How about management that contradicts themselves especially during a time where mistakes could be costly for both.

Post ID: @1lrb+1dbVzdgS

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