Does anyone know if USB pays out unused sick time and unused vacation time if you resign? I would try to search online at work; however when you have a boss that is so insecure that they track everything that you do at work it’s hard kinda hard to... — read more
Excecutives don’t care about employees, they change their words and promises. If something doesn’t go right under their leadership, they will blame and employees and Eliminate their position. Andy Cecere is a cancer to this company, he is slowly... — read more
Anyone know? Wouldn’t put it past the leeches in HR to pull something like that….honestly I would be fine giving no notice and just walking out if that’s the case
Incentive pool funded at 120% and merit at 4%. Both are significant improvements from years prior. Likely too little too late, especially after last year. Still expect a bloodbath in early March.
Increasingly, I think the US Bank does not want happy employees, which would be common sense because happier employees are more productive and better employees. But no, they want employees who have been undervalued for so long that their... — read more
I’m on a team that’s draining me and I’m starting to look for opportunities outside the bank. Any ideas good places to apply?
So many managers have gotten their position due to the sheer amount of time that they’ve been with that bank. My manager has zero idea how to manage people, piles on useless work with zero direction, and couldn’t make a decision to save his life... — read more
I'm hoping against hope the bank decides to offer voluntary layoffs with decent severance sometime soon. I'd leave on my own but finding a good job at my age with half-decent pay is harder today than it has ever been. I'm just a few years away from... — read more
That’s how they keep people here with low pay, terrible raises/bonuses, and toxic culture. They know they can treat people like cr-p and most will still be too scared to leave
I've been looking for a way out and I've gotten several offers. Each came with higher pay than I get here after four years with the bank. I'm still not sure which offer (if any) I want to take since all of them require relocating, but it really bugs... — read more
https://www.startribune.com/january-reawakenings-for-downtowns-dashed-as-companies-postpone-return-to-office-dates/600131076/ US bank still refusing to allow people to work from home while omicron is spreading wildly …why add on additional stress to... — read more
office politics low pay compared to industry standards and low pay increases extremely restricted mobility and growth cuts are omnipresent competitive instead of cooperative environment awful communication terrible leadership ... — read more
Whether someone is loyal, hardworking, talented, engaged........ here it has become irrelevant. Is there anyone who actually feels valued here?
Seems like no one knows what’s going on…why is US bank always the last to do everything? Literally just wait for all the other banks and follow their lead. I guess US bank doesn’t give two shts that people need to rearrange their schedules only to be... — read more
I just came from another fintech layoff and looking at a US Bank position which sounds interesting. From looking at this website, it sounds like the company could be in a similar mess. Is that the consensus here? Is joining a bad idea, are benefits... — read more
Anyone else’s team full of lazy people whose work you have to pick up because managers are incapable of managing people? Literally you get punished for being competent because more work gets thrown at you while the lazy coast. And then at the end of... — read more
Overheard that they are planning 3.5% merit…is this supposed to keep employees at US Bank? We are in the midst of great resignation and you can literally get 15-20% increase elsewhere and work remote.
The head of U.S. Bank is now apologizing for what is being called a classic example of “Banking while Black” after a customer was accused of fraud and put in handcuffs while trying to cash his paycheck. As 5 INVESTIGATES first reported this week, a... — read more
So they’re forcing everyone back in the office with zero regard for employees…Us bank has long been out of touch and it’s clear they don’t care
Many say that there’s no real compensation tied to promotion and titles, but I wonder if the promotion helped anyone get a much better job elsewhere? If so, then it is still worth the effort to get a promotion. Just sayin'. I don't like people who... — read more
What may make me join the Great Resignation parade is not the job or the quality of work. It's the thought I had co-workers with who I shared lunch, professional and personal conversations with suddenly forgot who I was after March 2020. I have... — read more
Seems like at US Bank every quarter workers that do the bare minimum are promoted to Officers, Assistant VPs, and VPs. While the hard workers go unnoticed.
Since these notifications came out and all the chatter around it at least 30% of the department is ready to call it quits. It’s a complete sh-t show at US Bank. Good luck replacing that many people.
What we're seeing right now and what we've been seeing for the past several years is mediocre employees with top-notch brown-nosing skills take all the available promotions. This has both created a whole layer of incompetent managers and prompted... — read more
Prior posts have this former employee wondering: what's U.S. Bank doing for the vaccine requirement debacle? Is there a deadline for current employees to get the covid vaccine? Are they ignoring it and hoping things go away? If memory serves, the... — read more
I'm a U.S. based 100% remote worker and receive a frightening email today. If I don't attest vaccine status (confusingly, the email didn't state which vaccine), I will face disciplinary action, lower bonus, etc. You'd think that an email sent out... — read more
As we transition to US Bank, any words of wisdom to those of us concerned with our futures?
That is, the ones that are least safe here. Which positions are those? Thoughts?
Is this going to be an interesting year as it relates to US Bank layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
I may have become too bitter over the years, but I think everything was much more professional in the past. Where has all the professionalism gone? It is as if the standards have been lowered to the maximum. I just hope to go into retirement before... — read more
Numerous frustrations arise precisely because many are reluctant to accept the fact that USB does not care at all for its employees. I don’t remember that USB has ever, by any means, showed that they cared about us, or at least for a few of the... — read more
After the usual October layoffs and what's coming on November 1, can we expect more next month or will that be it?
The TOSS Management Ingelligencia are up to some of their old tricks! I've heard some older folks are suddenly "Retiring" whether they planned to or not. One that I know personally, can't be reached for comment... I think I can smell NDA... — read more
No activity on this site in the infamous first weeks of October tells me that USB TOS is hurting from all the outsourcing and annual cuts of experienced technical workers. This latest debacle acquisition probably has everyone left there, working 60... — read more
Wonder what other departments are let go that we don’t know of. I bet there were plenty announced on October 1st and more coming. Happy holidays USBers
It’s official - no Outbound department effective 11/01/2021. Andy Fuckere at it again ….cut throat.
Thoughts? Will you get the vaccine to remain employed?
Is it true that those who haven’t been here much longer than a year are also just as likely to be targeted for cuts as are older employees with years of experience? That's what I heard from several colleagues.
The law firm Izard Kindall & Raabe is investigating whether US Bank is underpaying retirees who are collecting pension benefits. If you left US Bank and began collecting a jo--t and survivor annuity from US Bank in the last 6 years and want to see... — read more