This keeps getting better lmao..gave Larry almost 50 million about to lay off more people and you now get a government backed 120 mill loan..lmao it's laughable at this... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at GE Aviation
I didn't get laid off so I am about what matters to me ...If I get laid off then I will worry about that IF IT HAPPENS...but since it didn't I am only concerned about the BS management is trying to feed...They really don't know what's going on so why... — read more
This Edison works split in Engineering is going to be an unmitigated disaster. Splitting up the engineering team seems to be against the principles of lean to me. Is this new ceo on a mission to sell off the commercial business or something?
Must be nice being in management and having unlimited vacation and telling your hourly workers they must save vacation days for the yearly shut down and not have the option to take it unpaid and if you use it up before the shutdown you will face... — read more
Here in Rutland all hourly employees that were laid off got called back. Looks like from reading on this site Hooksett called back all laid off employees. Did other plants do the same thing? I’m wondering if they called everyone back across all... — read more
Aviation is offering older salary employees a VRIP. Plan is horrible compared to other divisions or even aviation's own layoff plan. The plan saves company a ton of money of course. I am very disappointed in GE and what it believes is fair.
One should be grateful for their job (especially in these difficult and challenging times) and try to always give one hundred percent of oneself. It’s a matter of morality. Is someone on this thread complaining about not getting overtime when you... — read more
Any plants giving out a Christmas bonus or gifts this year?
Back in April the top executives vowed to give up some of their pay to fund a program aimed to help GE employees affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Anyone heard what the plan is and/or whom may apply? Aviation is the hardest hit this past year... — read more
Here in Greenville we are getting new parts. Things are looking up at our location.
GE Aviation eyeing more layoffs in wake of pandemic. Randy Tucker. Cincinnati Enquirer. John Slattery, president and CEO of GE Aviation... — read more
General Electric warned of more job cuts at its aviation unit, citing a lengthy recovery for the airline industry from the impact of the coronavirus crisis. The Boston-based conglomerate in May announced plans to cut the global workforce at its... — read more
Leaders are coming out of wood work talking about transparency. Hey i get they want to claim transparency but this is just management speak at this point. Why not gives us a little bit of details that i know for a fact is known. For instance approx... — read more
Years and years the buddy system at the top is over. Now is the time to excrement mediocre leadership that has provided lackluster results to all business matrices. Stay safe...BYE
This is the part where they shut the doors on a whole plant a shift work to other sites..hmmmm any guesses ?
Well we all seen the layoff confirming email from John. Looks like a rough road ahead next year. This should not be a surprise to anyone. Aviation way over-hired when things were looking good. Now we pay the piper. Good luck everyone.
Honestly, is there one person here who thinks we'll go through the next 6 to 12 months without major layoffs? The entire industry is collapsing! And it's going to continue on that way for who knows how long. If half of us still have a job after the... — read more
I commented earlier this year about being laid off and found a better company... well I was wrong about that. Not so much better! It was worse. Happy to say I looked back and accepted my job back at GE.
They are doing the next rounds of lay offs right now, all over the country. No news on how many total. And you all think GE is special, and no going to do the same?
The GM was in Hooksett saying all the people will be brought back, plus 200 more, and the work load will be at 2018 levels. The whole industry is in the toilet, and this is what he is telling people? Next week will tell a different story from what he... — read more
With the new faces, more changes will come. Consolidations for sure. As Culp stated in past emails, GE is going to be transformed. Get ready.... https://www.ge.com/news/press-releases/ge-announces-changes-senior-leadership-team
Do some research...Boeing, Pratt, and others are relocating to the southeast. Covid is the catalyst the businesses needed to start the process. They will break any remaining unions. The EBs will retain their heavy paychecks, and will try to... — read more
Not looking good..... https://www.newsmax.com/us/airlines-layoffs/2020/09/30/id/989736/ If the planes aren't flying, they don't need services, parts, or engines. GE has been making parts that they don't have orders for to stock the shelves so to... — read more
A large percentage of GE employees recently RIF'd by GE are over the age of 50. Is there a class action lawsuit for age discrimination in process? These employees are most vulnerable to landed another job.
Looks like more layoffs this week for Wilmington and also shuffling some of us 1st shift guys back to the off shifts to even things out.
Heard today we lost the whole Leap line? Anyone else?
Just in case GE Aviation is looking. This was a great post of where to look for cost savings https://www.thelayoff.com/t/16BwPFMu
What is Protective service and continues service and a permanent layoff?
Keep hearing rumors of plant closures and plants merging. Any intel on which plant sites will be effected?
Wilmington announced last week that they will be cutting another 36 hourly employees. Third round for the site since May....
Hooksett didn't layoff as many as predicted, and have brought back around 50 people already. They are standing around, and now management is trying to charge them with mis-vouchering. They are basically harassing the the employees trying to write... — read more
Will GE Aviation follow with more layoffs? https://www.investors.com/news/boeing-stock-ceo-eyes-transformation-more-cuts-new-hires-key-unit/
Was recently contacted about a position with GE Aviation, and scheduled for an interview. How is it that during the COVID crisis, with all of the layoffs and reductions in force within similar industries, GE Aviation has openings? The position is in... — read more
On top of the recent massive layoffs, now GE implemented a Quarterly 401k Charge of $5 dollars per quarter. Check your July statement. When calling the plan administrator they said it was brand new and imposed by GE! Coincidences with the... — read more
"Air travel will take even longer than previously thought to return to pre-virus levels" https://abcnews.go.com/Travel/wireStory/air-travel-expected-recover-2024-72030210 Not good news for GE Aviation, let's hope the 25% layoffs took this into... — read more
Got Laid off.in terre haute a few months ago. Glad im as good as I am they lost a wonderful machinist in me. Only was off for a week before another job picked me up! Glad to be where I am. Much better company!