They are trying to offshore everything they can. People are also leaving on there own. I think some of the layers of management might finally take some hits. Some positions they cannot offshore although they may try. That is when the rest of the... — read more
Layoffs have started today.
So true and best description of why Flex is in so much trouble in 2018 at: https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Employee-Review-Flex-RVW19358143.htm “You will probably get laid off before you find your next job. The clowns at the top are finally getting... — read more
Well, at least Flex is consistent in layoffs... Flextronics International USA Inc., which calls itself Flex, is consolidating its local workforce in San Jose and with that comes a round of layoffs. The San Jose-based company is laying off 52... — read more
I know as an OEM, Flex has restructuring/liquidating written-off non-profitable or unprofitable enough sites every quarter, every year but for sure 2018 will come a massive restructuring glooming! All and everything’s for the executive big fat pay... — read more
I hope things improve but this is not looking good for Flextronics in 2018 - we can only guess what's in store in Q2 and beyond: https://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2018/01/16/2-triangle-area-manufacturers-announce-layoffs.html
You'll be told several times every year that your position may be eliminated, but then they will change their mind and they will reverse the decision. I know some people who were given a written notice only to find out that Flextronics is changing... — read more
Now I hear rumors that we might reorganize. Do you think that we may be laying people off if Flextronics decides to reorganize? Many people are anxious, I've been with the company a few years, I heard that it might get ugly.
Flextronics Americas in Stafford, Texas, will lay off 147 workers because their jobs "are being transferred to Juarez, Mexico," writes Chrystal Broussard Johnson, a Workforce Account Executive at a TAA "One-Stop Operator/Partner."