Thread regarding Capital One layoffs

Downtown Chicago office? Partner cards?

Is it true they're selling off the partner cards business, or closing a huge part of the downtown Chicago office? This is just something I've heard from a guy who heard it from a guy in McLean.

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Heard the closing of the Attium office next year has been confirmed, and people there already got the notice, is it true?

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Post ID: @1dbma+Sx6Hkbr

Thanks! So the data of those PLCC partnerships will also be available in COF’s cloud platform after converted to TSYS Q1 2019, or those PLCC partnerships will be completely taken over by TSYS?

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And yes, WHIRL has been sold to IBM and all remaining partnerships on it will be outsourced to TSYS in Q1 2019. All related employees will be let go shortly after conversion.

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In addition to tech jobs getting cut or moved to the Wacker office, Controller’s group jobs (mostly accounting) are getting moved out of the Atrium to Richmond by Q1 2018, Senior Directors have told us it will happen in waves between now and then. We were told that the reason for it is that the Atrium office will be closing in 2019.

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Heard COF is letting Chicago IT folks supporting WHIRL go, is it true?

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Post ID: @jvbv+Sx6Hkbr

I have not heard anything about this yet, and my team is usually in the know....I will ask around though

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Post ID: @7aba+Sx6Hkbr

This seems to make sense, rich fairbanks skipped the chicago office in his yearly presentation...first time ever since the site opened, and laid off 456 people related to card partnership. I would get your resume out there...

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