Thread regarding Citigroup Inc. / Citibank / Citi layoffs

Unsure about quitting

As I ponder whether a significant recession will occur, I am somewhat reluctant to quit my job here. In the meantime, I see that some are more than ever looking for work elsewhere.
How is the upcoming recession affecting your decision about leaving and looking for a new job?

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The overworking comes from shortened deadlines. You put in the hours to meet the deadline out of fear of being fired for not performing up to management expectations.
Just flat out leave and go elsewhere.

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Post ID: @2wvd+1gSoOuLX

The recession is here. Do the bare minimum and besides you won't get promoted anyway. If manager is overworking you keep clocking out out at 5 PM and stop setting the precedent of free labor by working more than 40 a week. Any person working over 40 a week is a fool.

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Post ID: @2zje+1gSoOuLX

Citi management is looking forward to a recession. It plays into their use of the fear factor. Some but not all of the Citi managers absolutely love using that threat. Unfortunately those that do are pretty high up the chain. “Better work yourself to death or else…..jobs are hard out there” and then pile on the work and shorten deadlines so that they can bullet point their review with doing more with less without paying their people a reasonable salary. Many people know that and they know the risk of layoff hiring and still they look elsewhere. This speaks volumes to the current company atmosphere.

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