After Stellantis terminated 171 temporary workers at its Warren Truck Assembly Plant in suburban Detroit, management is “surveying the plant for downsizing,” according to United Auto Workers Local 140. In a letter dated February 8, Local 140... — read more
Anecdotally speaking, it seems like there was a good number of people that took the VSP, and their last day at work already passed. Has anyone heard more news regarding the Voluntary Separation Packages? Seems the company hasn't said anything more... — read more
Hundreds of Toledo's Jeep plant workers remain unsure whether they will have a job two weeks from now after their employer announced possible mass layoffs starting Feb... — read more
Thoughts on this guy?
550 SEs were fired in Detroit and other sites. Many more SEs across the US will apparently be let go. So those contracts promising temps to perma were complete bull. The UAW knew the company would eliminate thousands of SEs before they go perma when... — read more
Anger is building among Stellantis workers in Ohio and Michigan over the impending layoff of up to 3,700 workers at the Toledo Assembly Complex and the Detroit Assembly Complex-Mack. The layoffs are part of a global wave of job cuts in the auto... — read more
Another 1,200 layoffs coming our way. I feel bad for folks at Toledo Assembly Complex. But the way we've been going, I think many of us will be joining them in the unemployment line sooner rather than later. The company seems determined to lay off as... — read more
Did anyone else get told their contracts are ending Dec 15? What a fun holiday gift…
Has anyone heard rumors of contractors getting laid off at end of the week (Dec 1)? My coworker at CTC said it's going to happen.
Just got an email to "voluntary leave". An advise to young smart individuals, even people with 5 years of service got the voluntary leave email. Do not join the this company! They expect commitment hard work with no return. Unless you are unemployed... — read more
Expose a safety defect and you a percentage of the civil penalties. This engineer from Hyundai got a $24M lump sum. https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/09/cars/nhtsa-whistleblower-award-hyundai/index.html
We are all screwed until this is over.
GM and Stellantis have laid off a collective 2,300 workers as a direct result of the UAW strikes Ford temporarily laid off factory workers last week All three stocks closed downwards on Thursday as a... — read more
Stellantis expands layoffs to Warren Truck as contract battle approaches https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2023/04/14/gxgt-a14.html
Thinking about these executives cutting 25% of engineering, while they enjoy such generous salaries. CEO Carlos Tavares - $24.8 million 365 times that of the average employee, according to the SEC. Chairman John Elkann - @6.2 million — read more
MILAN, March 29 (Reuters) - Italian metalworkers unions said on Wednesday they had reached an agreement with Stellantis (STLAM.MI) for up to 120 layoffs through voluntary redundancies at the group's Atessa van-making plant in the central Abruzzo... — read more
Guys we have news there are cuts coming soon. Good luck to you all
This week in a town hall engineering Global head has stated that the United States and Europe are no longer cost competitive and the company has already sent about 30% of jobs to lower cost countries such as India. In a company wide survey the data... — read more
Stellantis is shuttering its Illinois plant in February resulting in indefinite layoffs for 1,350 employees, the company said in a statement, citing increasing costs in the electric vehicle market... — read more
They company like to send most engineering jobs to "low cost" countries. Products I am seeing are not good and most internal targets are not achieved! As a solution they changing the target!!! Stellantis merger was not a 50/50 deal it was a PSA take... — read more
https://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/chrysler/2022/10/28/stellantis-offers-buyouts-to-certain-salaried-employees/69599337007/ Ford was giving up to 9 months salary + benefits, depending on seniority.
If you work at the Warren Truck Assembly Plant, prepare for layoffs. It always starts with cuts in hours and it ends with cuts in people. This shouldn't be surprising, considering that a recession is approaching rapidly. I honestly don't believe... — read more
Micky Bly head of Global Propulsion Systems Engineering to lay off 156 by end of this year.
They are also trying to wind up some teams and re-establish in India.
Stellantis said Wednesday that job cuts are expected at its Windsor and Brampton assembly plants in Ontario in the coming months as the automaker looks to identify... — read more
Indefinite layoffs planned at Sterling Stamping Plant More layoffs are coming to a Stellantis plant in Macomb County. The automaker, formerly known as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, plans indefinite layoffs at its Sterling Stamping Plant in Sterling... — read more
UAW Local 869 UAW sent out a notice yesterday about indefinite layoffs at the Warren Stamping Plant starting on April 17, 2022. This is straight from the Local 869 President. Good luck everyone...
How can we get sales back up? I'm worried that the way things have been going for Jeep, we'll be having many more layoffs coming our way. Stellantis was supposed to improve things and all I can see them doing is cutting more jobs and closing more... — read more
More layoffs coming. We'll see what happens but it's all over the news now.
The layoff of Belvidere Chrysler workers has been extended for two more weeks. A three week shutdown had been planned originally. Workers could now return to work May... — read more
Anyone heard of pay will be reinstated in January for contractors that took pay cuts this year?
I had a $2.30/hr paycut. Anyone else have something ridiculous like this?
Knew this was coming since salaried workers took 20% deferral . I just received call today from my contract house indicated starting next week they will be cutting my hourly rate 10% till 12-31-20. Anyone else heard from your contract house?
Old news, but posting for documentation purposes (we did not have a thread on it)): Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said on Thursday it is laying off 8,900 workers in Canada because of a pause in... — read more
Has anyone, other than lab people been asked to go back to CTC yet? I’m specifically asking about engineering, purchasing, product development teams who are not required to do physical work.