Thread regarding Citigroup Inc. / Citibank / Citi layoffs

Here’s a company that appreciate their staff.

Whether you’re a heavy hitter or BAU, work vs reward should be honored.
Unfortunately a top performer that does BAU work is neglected at Citi. Not all companies though have this point of view. It seems that Microsoft knows how to take care of their employees.

https://www-geekwire-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.geekwire.com/2022/satya-nadella-details-microsoft-plan-for-significant-additional-investment-in-employee-compensation/amp/

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Citi has a culture from the 90s, why dinosaurs still roam their offices in NYC. I lost count how many times I've heard, "Mr. Big Guy said this..." Am I supposed to shake in my boots? Such a childish culture.

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Post ID: @2lug+1gOif511

How about this. I finished a project in record time and accomplished it well. My manager’s feedback “Good work, congratulations, you get to keep your job.” This was his go to compliment every time. I say was because I no longer work there. Now, my current manager, in contrast says “Sweet, we are ahead of schedule, great work.” Yeah, glad I left.

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Post ID: @pyr+1gOif511

LMAO. I like it when you put in a long week, 50 hours and on a Friday your manager says “go ahead and call it a day and leave a few hours early” like they are doing you a favor only to page you out later to say “we need you to log back in for a few” and you end up working an even longer day than you did for the other days. Your manager though puts a big ole check mark on his own review for “taking care of his guys”.

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Post ID: @ifd+1gOif511

Citi manages out of fear. They are so quick to say “if you don’t like it, find a job somewhere else”. Now the tables are turned. Management has no idea how to stop the loss of tenured talented staff. If they think that free pizza Thursday will save the day, then they are more out of touch than what I think they are.

Even on the cusp of an impending recession to come, people are still willing to move on to somewhere else even knowing that if things get worse out of the recession and “last hired, first fired” applies to them, they still are wiling to leave.

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Post ID: @daq+1gOif511

You reap what you sow. You sow resentment, that’s what you get back in return. People rarely voice their complaints out of fear. Instead they let their feet do the talking and take a path elsewhere to other employment opportunities.

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