Thread regarding U.S. Bank layoffs

RTO Five Days Per Week????

Check out the BOA threads. Looks like they are going to try RTO 5 days per week in January 2025.

You know Andy is not creative, I bet mid 2025 we will see the same thing!

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I enjoy meetings where most of all participants are in the building. A conference room reserved. Everyone calls into the meeting. Always makes me laugh at the uselessness of RTO.

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Post ID: @7cmx+1sn1bhdI

(we'll set aside this nonsensical hypocrisy of that statement while they are currently in the middle of training up half a dozen offshore teams right now) >>>> So true. Decimating U.S teams by moving those jobs to India, the Philippines, Poland, is really building that on-site "company culture".

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Post ID: @6fgm+1sn1bhdI

I find it hilarious the bank is trying to justify their office holdings by saying we need to RTO in order to find that "company culture" again...(we'll set aside this nonsensical hypocrisy of that statement while they are currently in the middle of training up half a dozen offshore teams right now)

what culture? you mean the one where im constantly interrupted while working because someone wants to talk about their dog, or blather on about who they support politically? Being pulled into meetings not because it's useful, but because it's someone's full time job to create and be in meetings and they need seats filled. There's a reason why productivity exploded during covid and it wasnt because of the "company culture".

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Post ID: @6qsf+1sn1bhdI

Knowing how things go here, I’d expect to see this implemented in 2035.

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Post ID: @2nxo+1sn1bhdI

One of the companies I contracted for previously used COVID as an opportunity to eliminate office rental space. Mandatory WFH for all employees. They are doing great today with happy employees.

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Post ID: @1ptc+1sn1bhdI

5 days a week they will see attrition through the roof and the end of this bank. Like it or not they still need bodies to work even if they think AI will do everything. Even with half workforce it’s not feasible to stay open. Not yet anyway.

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Post ID: @1deo+1sn1bhdI

I never thought I would take my garbage can for granted.....

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Post ID: @1jbk+1sn1bhdI

vmk+1sn1bhdI stop thinking that this is a generation thing. You spew ignorance.

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Post ID: @1qvm+1sn1bhdI

I would doubt that would happen. With 3 days a week and a hotel cube scenario - they don’t need a cube for everyone. If 5 days a week RTO, they’d probably need more real estate.

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Post ID: @ffe+1sn1bhdI

US Bank will really have the game fu---d up if they think that their younger workers are coming in the office five days a week. Good luck getting anyone under 45 to willingly want to commute 5 days a week. It would end up with more resignations that they could handle.

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Post ID: @vmk+1sn1bhdI

The Boomers, GenX and Millennials all agree that this RTO is old thinking. Not a generational thing at all. I'm GenX, white and hate this "do what the other companies are doing mentality". Between that and McKinsley it really is like the old days of the Good Ole White boys getting together.

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Post ID: @svh+1sn1bhdI

As disjointed as the U.S. Bank rollout for three day RTO has been, just imagine how F'd up the rollout for five day RTO would be lmao

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Post ID: @bfm+1sn1bhdI

They should shut down if that’s the case cause most boomers who participate in that daily commuting garbage are retiring and no one else will participate in this nonsense anymore.

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