Thread regarding JPMorgan Chase & Co. layoffs

JP Morgan layoffs in September?

JP Morgan Chase every year has been laying off top talented people, stating there is no work, and making people work over time with not paying them over time benefits. They lay off people around 64 years old, and with the company over 30 years. There is a big lay off for the month of September 2017

Can anybody add any credence to this September rumor? This is not the only place I have seen next month mentioned for next round of layoffs...

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layoffs in lewisville. BK, PROP PRES, LOSS MI.

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any info on September or October cuts?

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Just got my pink slip here in Dallas. Anyone else get escorted out?

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Tampa HUb, Prepare for layoffs in September

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Special interests



All have benefitted from wto outsourcing globalism

The list is endless we can only evoke change if we get involved you must call your congress people to push them to lower our taxes corporate and personal

They must repeal

All the globalists interest are crushing our future

We are a drop in the bucket for numbers

Call it protectionism

Whatever you want

But austerity is on our door steps

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Happening all around corporate America JP not exclusive

Began in early 80's as a trend

Accelerated when China in WTO

You need to contact your congress people push for lower taxes corporate and personal

Need to rid the mandates of aca your company insurance will go bye bye real soon

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In the department I'm in they fired a whole bunch of people in Phoenix/Tempe in July and hired a whole bunch of people to do the exact same work in Tampa. If JPMC thinks they can fire a whole bunch of people and pay people less to do the same job somewhere else they will. There is no reason to believe this trend won't continue.

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Globalization and automation are good things they told us!!

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From 40 to 7 team members, today Fewer projects, skeleton teams delivering more with less,

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You know how to end this?

Call you congress members ask for tax reform tax cuts

CEO was correct about dysfunction

We need relief from high taxes corporate and personal

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