Seriously, the offices are empty and we are not client facing. Does anyone have any real reason why its three days instead of two? Like the extra day os gonna do anything. No one’collaborates’ and eveyone listens to music while they work…
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Boomer type strategy. How dare they hire "remote" AML staff and then rip the rug out from under them after they gave late nights and weekends. The AML industry is small and people won't come back when they need it next time. Good luck. Oh, and don't think we don't know you want people to resign before layoffs.
Theres two tampa buildings and when i go there, theres only maybe five people in my department there!!
The San Antonio albatross of a building is so archaic. The floors are empty and depressing. The entire building reminds you of a bygone era.
All these Wells Fargo leaders that joined (and had big bucks thrown at them) are using the strategy that failed at WF and bringing it here to force attrition. They failed there and now we have to deal with them.
Yes I agree it’s ridiculous! Honestly the culture is negative in the building because nobody wants to be there. All you hear is complaining.
Wayne Peacock (CEO) is traditional and likes face-to-face meetings and people in the office. Many of the other senior leaders are also similar. If they don't see you, they won't trust that you are doing your work is the mindset of very traditional managers. The company will continue to tilt toward hybrid with mandatory days in the office, and perhaps even full time in the office. Remote will become a rare status to have.
I heard it's because they have to have the buildings a certain % full to continue to get tax breaks. Also, if they don't use the buildings, they are wasting money so they have to try to find a way to make sense of keeping the buildings. I agree - walking through the building you are NOT seeing culture and collaboration happening. It is so pointless!