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US Bank Layoffs 2017

Let's see what the rest of this year brings - or maybe next year - RIFs maybe? Here in Minneapolis.
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Salary Overtime Cap?

Has anyone heard what U.S. Bank plans to do in December when the non-exempt salary cap rises to 47K? Will low level managers (like Assistant Branch Managers) be eliminated like Chase or made non-exempt from overtime?

US bank scew over their most loyal employees.

I have never worked as hard as I did last year for US bank and how did they reward me for working so hard to save them millions of dollars. They first gave me an outstanding review which I earned. My manager was praising my great work in the review... read more

Best bank in America

I have worked for USbank for 18 years and you never know what they are going to do until they do it. That being said I do believe that they care for there employees and will do everything they can to avoid layoffs. USbank however does need to work on... read more

US Bank Layoffs 2016

What is the likelihood of US Bank layoffs in Minneapolis in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.

US Bank Richfield Layoff

As an IT professional getting laid off at US Bank Richfield would be a blessing in disguise. I was effectively fired by US Bank for reporting an ethical issue to US Bank after working for a number of years at the bank. Do not believe all the crap... read more

US Bank and 2015 Layoffs

There will always be layoffs at US Bank, that's the nature of the best. 2015 will not be any different as it relates to layoffs, you can rest assured. But we will continue to outsource stuff, we will continue to replace humans with computers and... read more

US Bank - No Downsizing in 2014

Worked here for 3 years as a Commercial Credit Analyst and then almost 3 years as a Trust Officer. It's a great company and you will be mentored here. I am not aware of any issues with job cuts or downsizing and US Bank will continue to thrive simply... read more

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