There has been recent rumblings that lay offs could happen in the near future at USAA. Not for certain which areas will be impacted, but the noise is too loud to ignore.
Topics regarding layoffs at USAA
I retired from USAA in 2019
A lot of execs are getting the axe - sign of things to come?
I received a letter from USAA that disturbed me as a client. It states that now the bank will hold my money for up to five (5) days before they “let” me have it! Really. 🤔 I think that you forgot that you earn capital off my money and off each... — read more
USAA is now part of Charles Schwab & Co. folks. USAA is not laying off anyone. Schwab will be doing the layoffs. We need to onboard you folks, issue SSO capability, Schwab issues laptops (choose PC or Mac), and once the conversion if complete. Adios... — read more
Fellow USAA employees, In the upcoming months the financial industry will be hit immensely. We are currently feeling the sore to this right now. Not only the financial industry will hurt, also petroleum, hospitality, etc.. Unfortunately... — read more
Another opinion, layoffs to follow though: Charles Schwab will acquire USAA’s brokerage and wealth management business for a value of $1.8B. The deal will add 1M+ new customer accounts with $90B of assets split across self-directed... — read more
Sh-- company filled with an army of Indians. Welcome to segregation USA 2019
In November USAA is cutting about 110 positions in San Antonio in the Real Estate Lending and Real Estate Rewards Network field, and also lay off an additional 155 employees in the same divisions (this is affecting both Tampa and Phoenix)...
San Antonio is being hit hard. Here's more info in case somebody missed it: USAA is eliminating approximately 110 positions in San Antonio in the Real Estate Lending and Real Estate Rewards Network field... — read more
We'll see what happens if the numbers continue to go down. Maybe layoffs at USAA in 2019 - we'll see - I am very concerned, no insider info just my gut feeling.
I’ve been working here for about three years now, cannot complain much as I’ve seen much worse places in my 20+ year long career. As I expected, I am completely tied to a phone/schedule – this is often depressing but you learn to deal with this. Our... — read more