Thread regarding Truist Bank layoffs

Management loves to blame down

Just like bullies love to punch down, the management at Truist loves to blame down. Nothing is ever their fault. Even when something was clearly their responsibility they'll find a way to lay the blame on one of us. There's nothing much for us to do but take the blame, since complaining only puts a target on our back. That's the work environment we have to deal with every day.

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Post ID: @OP+1esFlScy

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Lots of sh-t rolling downhill when we miss impossible deadlines.

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Post ID: @4gqk+1esFlScy

Why wait? That's one of the issues in that people just accept and don't hold them accountable.

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Post ID: @4uoc+1esFlScy

SunTruist is flush with many Ken Myer’s in all facets of leadership from middle to top. I could tell you some stories about my former area but all those smartest kids in the room are still in process of running it into the ground. When they finish I’ll out them on this forum. For arguments sake Beau is at the top of this pyramid if you were wondering.

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Post ID: @3kca+1esFlScy

As long as Ken Meyer and Scott Case are still there nothing changes.

Meyer has been trying to leave for years, keeps asking (begging) his vendor friends at nCino and Salesforce to hire them and they’re too smart to fall for his con.

they know as long as he stays at Truist they all have millions of dollars in revenue…he’s such a su---r but thinks he’s the smartest guy in the room. He 100% represents what is wrong with Truist and Bill and Beau just eat it up

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Post ID: @2mcs+1esFlScy

Td bank is looking for an acquisition in the us preferably in the mid Atlantic or southeast

Draw your conclusions

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Post ID: @1xom+1esFlScy

The embers of this dumpster still burn and will continue until Oct-Dec 2022 when there is expected to be a major burnout.

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Post ID: @1nks+1esFlScy

Most of the these tech teams have worked together for years. So there is a lot of camaraderie. If one leaves, the rest will get the signal and follow suit. The tech management is becoming fearful of this taking place before the conversion completes. Once it completes, they will lounge/relax on the boat deck. How does it matter who leaves from the decommissioned systems unless they need to backfill shortage elsewhere.

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Post ID: @1fso+1esFlScy

all i hear are deceit and lies. In tech, the senior management is reaching out to engineering managers to assure they will stay and their reports will stay, that they will be converted to new positions that everybody has to be converted to upon completion of merger. Rest everybody has to go. Anything !-- just to keep them from leaving, otherwise their own positions will be threatened if technical expertise takes flight...lol

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Post ID: @1cou+1esFlScy

It’s Suntrust way all day everyday. They’ll burn it all down in 3 to 5 years and sell out or worse.

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Post ID: @hfc+1esFlScy

I left almost a year ago. I check in here every couple of months to see if this dumpster fire of a bank still exists. Yup, I see it still exists...and it's still burning! : )

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Post ID: @hqk+1esFlScy

Of course. You’ve got incompetents and diversity hires at the top of the house. What did you expect. These fools are in over they heads. No amount of Kelly’s feel good sermons could ever change that. If you are still there (for now), it’s you who is to blame. Leave. Let Rodgers and Co try to do it with their cheap off shore labor pool.
Why stay?

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