Deutsche Bank — Germany’s biggest bank — has kicked off an $8.3 billion restructuring plan. That means roughly 18,000 jobs will be cut.
As Business Insider’s Theron Mohamed reported, some London employees were surprised to find their passes didn’t work when they tried to access the building.
Mass layoffs like those at Deutsche Bank can come as a shock, but often there are early signs of trouble ahead. You just need to know where to look.
To get a better understanding of the signs that layoffs are coming, Business Insider polled people who have been through them, scoured the news about high-profile mass layoffs, and crawled the depths of the internet.
If you notice a combination of these signs in your own company, it may be time to start looking for a new job.