Thread regarding Fiserv Inc. layoffs

All of the negativity

I am not saying it is unjustified, I just wish exec leadership cared. If your line staff is frustrated, burned out, on an exit plan, formally remote being forced into an office etc., how do you not expect this to impact client support/satisfaction levels?

In this mgt climate, it feels to me like you get results by fear of your name being on the next RIF list instead of the ORANGE culture I was introduced to.

I have worked for other companies prior to being acquired by Fiserv and I can tell you the pre First Data merger culture at Fiserv was the best I had experienced in my career and it is sad for me to see that erode away.

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Your wallpaper and browser homepage is the handy work of the soulless Global Brand leaders, Leigh and Britt. They think cheerleading, toxic positivity and constant promotion will actually make Fiserv a good place to work. Clowns!

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Post ID: @5pgk+1dk8r7hp

Where have all the people gone? Omaha main bldg has floors practically vacant....did they rif all those people? Much of a call center atmosphere.

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Post ID: @2akt+1dk8r7hp

"Let's face it. We were all going to have to go back to the office eventually. No doubt about that. My only complaint is not being assigned my own cube or desk. It's been great to see my Fiserv peeps again."

Let's face it, my major complaint is being asked to drive to an office 30+ miles away from home, and none of my team members are there. If this is about collaboration and networking FOR MY CURRENT JOB, going to an office setting does not elevate my ability to do either of these activities. If you want me to walk around introducing myself to strangers, I can do that. If you want me to meet people and find out what they do and think about applying for a job in their department, okay, sure. I can do that.

I'm friendly and love the idea of water cooler chit-chat all day long. Just tell me to which project you want me to charge my time.

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Post ID: @2biu+1dk8r7hp

Anyone d-mb enough to stay will be the bag holders working 80 hours a week to try and keep all the projects from dropping.

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Post ID: @1akq+1dk8r7hp

They want all the high caliber people out and they want to pay for cheap labor. That is why they have mindless processes in place, and want you ba----g at a keyboard. Innovation at a technology company is not in their game.

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Post ID: @zan+1dk8r7hp

Pre FD was also a great experience for me, post if feels like I work at the floor on Amazon @ Christmas time and all the managers are gone. Employees have no value and can just be replaced with a new wave of lower cost job fair hires. Sad to see this as the exit for a lot of talented and smart folks who really had plans for 5-10 more years @ Fiserv but were forced to scuttle that in reaction to this power play.

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Post ID: @ich+1dk8r7hp

Let's face it. We were all going to have to go back to the office eventually. No doubt about that. My only complaint is not being assigned my own cube or desk. It's been great to see my Fiserv peeps again. Leadership actually worked with me to move my assigned location from one over forty miles out to a location fifteen miles from home so kudos to Fiserv on that.

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Post ID: @mec+1dk8r7hp

Frank and Guy spend inordinate amounts of time scheming ways to change my wallpaper and browser homepage instead of actually trying to make Fiserv a better place to work. Clownshow to the max.

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