Thread regarding U.S. Bank layoffs

Quit your whining and grow up!

Thats the message senior managements are telling us in all these quarterly calls. Either grow up and stop whining or maybe USBank isn’t the place for you because nothing is going to change.

As you can tell by their tone, USBank is vet much people first. yes sirrrrrre, USBank culture, where you are told your opinions do not matter.

We’re Guinea people with this RTO garbage. Fight for a desk and hope you don’t get a loud cube mate.

I never want to hear about people first or USBank culture. Be honest, USbank treats us like any other work place, we are just expenses that management need to cut so they can get their bonus.

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RTO is here to stay. I doubt that the company will reverse decisions.

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Post ID: @7cqf+1sFCna8z

I know I'm not afraid to start naming names. Management has gotten a little too comfortable in their positions. They forget that while corporate might have their back and cover up things like s-xism and favoritism, at the end of the day, those same managers have to face their communities. Let them be judged by the court of public opinion. Let those in MN making these decisions read about our personal experiences with #usbanklife.

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Post ID: @3pjk+1sFCna8z

"Agreed. Quit whining and do something about it. They told you nothing will change. "
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"Time to leave before you expire sitting there whining when nothing will change "

A post that is easy to determine did not come from Human Resources. Although the negative responses to it probably were.

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Post ID: @1gqi+1sFCna8z

We don’t have leaders we folks that like to dictate and manage everyone’s work. This is especially true in technology. It’s a buddy system, not merit. There is no advancement and managers have a fear of hiring from outside because they know folks are smarter than them and will challenge them and then leave because we are backwards.

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Post ID: @1loy+1sFCna8z

Agreed. Quit whining and do something about it. They told you nothing will change.

Start looking for a new job or grow up and stop acting like a child.

Nothing will change if you stay.

Life is short. There are other companies that doesn’t treat you like a one size fit all robot.

Clearly leadership’ think we are robots to be replaced with newer and cheaper replacements oversea in India or Poland.

Time to leave before you expire sitting there whining when nothing will change

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Post ID: @1wpi+1sFCna8z

I left in March for a better opportunity because I understand I have agency over myself. I left a group of people very much upset about the situation...these same people complained at every turn during my time at the bank even prior to RTO...while they sat at home never turning their camera on and not willing to change anything about the way they work. They are still there...complaining but taking no action...it's cowardly and sad.

Look at all these brave souls talking tough on this anonymous site while doing absolutely nothing about it. And you wonder why leadership disregards your concerns...they are right in knowing you aren't going anywhere. They don't need to "win you back". A few more upvotes and social media posts...what is that going to accomplish? It's certainly not going to make them "pay a price". Everything you're experiencing and expressing here is assuredly true...you clearly understand it. Now, are you actually going to do something about it?

Wake up!

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Post ID: @1dzm+1sFCna8z

If you dont like something, dont bi!tch about it do something. Leave, like me!

Dont waste your energy complaining. Tomorrow is never promised.

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Post ID: @1yfl+1sFCna8z

We just had our quarterly as well and same broken record. Basically saying we don’t care about you so take it little guy and be quiet. No one is happy and I’m glad we are all expressing our disappointments. Poor treatment and terrible low grade benefits and low pay are not even worth keeping my mouth shut anymore.

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Post ID: @1dae+1sFCna8z

They want us to shut up and become voiceless. Fu-k that sh-t. I’m here to speak up for myself and for others. I’ll even speak on social media about it. Treat me like sh-t and pay the price.

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Post ID: @zcf+1sFCna8z

Yep, that's the same message my division got in our last quarterly meeting. Basically "the decision has been made, it's not going to change, so shut up about it!"

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Post ID: @hsi+1sFCna8z

They are cold and don’t act like they care at least. And if they don’t act like they care, it doesn’t matter if they secretly do. If the shoe fits…

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Post ID: @get+1sFCna8z

Ok but what do you think they could do to win us back at this point?

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Post ID: @kur+1sFCna8z

The department meeting heads are really starting to internalize the criticism too. There was a senior leader stating that everyone in the Q/A says they are cold and don't care. Once someone's viewing criticism as personal attacks, there's really no coming back from that.

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Post ID: @pbv+1sFCna8z

They look at all of the advancements in employment compared to when they were starting out and get frustrated that younger employees aren’t more grateful when in fact the reward package is basic and less competitive than a lot of other options and what’s more important to us is great leadership, fairness, transparency and consideration. And this RTO thing is just cost cutting disguised as a talent strategy. If you want the best talent wouldn’t you want more flexibility not less? I think they’re using it to reach a certain headcount and then they’ll drop it and say “see, we listened to you.”

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