Is WF letting go of contractors to reduce costs there are thousands of contractors inside the bank, especially in IT so just curious.
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Wells Fargo doesn't like to be in the newspapers and will quietly move jobs without making any big announcement. That's why you hear 10 jobs there, 40 jobs in Vancouver, etc. but no big announcement. The goal is to move as many jobs as possible to India and Philippines to lower the employee costs. It's sad to see so many good US workers lose their jobs to workers in other countries. Someone should tell the Trump administration about this and I have no doubt, if Trump tweeted about WF moving jobs that it would stop.
So the last poster alluded to the fact that software development work will be off shored to India where salaries are $40k a year for a consultant firm like TaTa to take over, and all US based ones will be gradually phased out.
They may also simply not renew contract positions, rather than terminate them early.
I'm not a contractor, but our group role is slowly being shifted to a supporting role of primary sw development positions that are in India. Very depressing turn of events to have work you are clearly capable of doing sent to 'engineers' overseas. What a joke.
Lol ok! They sure are taking their time with it.
Yes. Where do you think the $2B cost savings are coming from?
There are no dumb questions or people here, we all want to know what is happening.
WF only keep dumb people. I've known people who weren't doing any work and involved in s-xual harassment and embezzlement all at once. No one was even aware of it even though it's obvious.
No. They are cutting dumb people asking stupid questions on