Thread regarding Charles Schwab Corp. layoffs

Does Schwab HR Exist?

Have a HR question? Submit a case. Question about change in benefits? Submit a case. Employee dies, submit a case.
If you ask 5 different people you will receive 5 different inconsistent answers. You try to search the Schweb or myHR and you will never find the answer. Submit a Case.
Cases will sit unanswered for days, weeks, and even months.
Don’t even think about hiring someone! If you do, I wish you the best of luck and hope you have a lot of spare time.
Employee not meeting expectations? It’s okay HR does not restrict or inform hiring managers of employees poor performance. Per HR it’s the hiring managers responsibility to do their own research.
Schwab HR where employees are no longer people but merely an expendable resource.

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HR was mostly transitioned to a Cloud based SaaS solution about 5 years ago. You can email HR with questions, and there is sophisticated collection of models, trained using deep learning techniques, that handles NLP, and provides a semi-intelligent response back in email. But its basically an HR bot running in the cloud powered by AWS.

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Post ID: @4gwu+1eHzLQb4

Are all the HR people working remote??? Do they exist. Maybe they need to rto so questions can be answered.

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Post ID: @4vhh+1eHzLQb4

I hate to break it to everyone, there will be no exodus of people after the march deadline. All this talk is just a lot of green smoke.

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Post ID: @2jqr+1eHzLQb4

ROTLMAOF while sipping coffee. The Jan 10th edition. Priceless.

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Post ID: @2gnf+1eHzLQb4

@2gso+1eHzLQb4 Do you really think there will be a mass exodus in March? If so, what percentage do you see leaving - 10%, 25%, or more?

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Post ID: @2yal+1eHzLQb4

I have to admit I didn't even know who Katie Casey is. As far as STS is concerned, wait until the March mass exodus of green talent. Going to be interesting to see how Dennis spins that story.

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Post ID: @2gso+1eHzLQb4

Is Katie Casey still alive? My goodness she must be in her 80’s by now…..she sounds like my grandmother when talking.

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Post ID: @1ruq+1eHzLQb4

Worse than Schwab’s HR is the Corporate Risk group that provides “credible challenge” of HR non-existing functions and does nothing about it.

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Post ID: @1mdg+1eHzLQb4

@1uts+1eHzLQb4 Comparing Schwab HR to the DMV is an insult to the DMV. DMV employees get paid a whole lot less to provide a much better customer experience.

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Post ID: @1aip+1eHzLQb4

Katie Casey has the be the worst CHO in the industry. Has anyone even heard from her in the last year? Totally absent leadership.

Employees are very much an expendable resource. Over 60% of STS has been with the company for less than 5 years. The turnover rate is through the roof. It’s just a constant churn of people coming and going. It’s so bad that STS has to create their own internal projects and initiatives to increase retention.

Schwab HR is like the DMV, only worse.

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Post ID: @1uts+1eHzLQb4

Schwab HR is just like any other group at Schwab. Incompetent.

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