Thread regarding Intuit Inc. layoffs

Lies and frequent layoffs

Intuit managers lie, they will give you an impression all is good and you are doing a good job and they are passive aggressive and will stab you in the back at first occasion. They also gossip a lot. I was luckily only a contractor but I can tell you that some of those folks are quite crafty when it comes to backstabbing.

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Backstabbing is their company culture!

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Post ID: @dvfqp+tFgzVKd

New 3 year plan every six months (and a new team reorganization to go with it)

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Post ID: @cmoep+tFgzVKd

Totally agree. Too many backstabbing.

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Post ID: @c0otv+tFgzVKd

Too many lies and politics in Intuit. Very bad company culture.

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Post ID: @bVfib+tFgzVKd

Top 100 employers? Who the hell did they talk to? They treat seasonals like dirt. I heard too many times that they didn't matter, work them all you can and if they don't like it, let them quit. Regular full times are the worse back stabbers. If you are not in the right click, you're screwed. No matter what you do, how hard you work (I worked 55+ hours a week) when dealing with the brown nosing, suck up click nothing I did was right. Even after getting advice from other managers as to what they would do in a certain situation with an employee in this click. They would always run to my supervisor and play the not fair card. Result? They were right I was wrong. Perfect example, I had an employee whose father passed away and requested a few extra days off to help their mother close down his business and get his affairs on order. Of course I granted the request but was over ridden by my supervisor who stated I was putting extra work on the suck ups. Best place to work? Yeah sure if you like working in hell. Glad I'm out of there. 14 years down the drain but at least I can say that I treated people with respect and left with my dignity in tact.

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