Thread regarding Bank of America layoffs

What sites are considered core?

Does anyone have a true list of sites that are considered core? And is there a date for when all are supposed to be in core sites?

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I'm not sure that any sites are considered core anymore. I used to work in Pasadena and Los Angeles, CA and I remember being told multiple times by executives (when they came to visit upon assuming leadership roles) that those two sites were considered core to the bank. Now they are both gone. In the legal dept., it was considered core after the Ft. Lauderdale, Colorado, and Seattle legal ops departments were closed. Then LA was closed and work was moved to AZ and DE. Word is the legal dept. in AZ is gonna be axed too, if it hasn't been already.

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Post ID: @YcPTEUH-soxx

Albany NY is a core site

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Post ID: @YcPTEUH-5dko

Charlotte, NJ, TX, CO

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Post ID: @YcPTEUH-4fss

For G TO - what is happening with the Atlanta sites - there is College Park and Peachtree I think? Surely those two aren’t core for app managers, QA managers, etc? Concord considered core? JAX?

I have not heard a date for when GTO is supposed to be in the office - seems as though there are still hundreds of resources working from home in that LOB.

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Post ID: @YcPTEUH-2rgn

I believe the core sites vary by organization. Obviously the big ones will be core for all - Charlotte, Boston

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