Topics regarding layoffs at GE Aviation

Topics regarding layoffs at GE Aviation

The Hits Just Keep On Coming

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/15/us-pilot-shortage-forces-airlines-to-cut-flights-scramble-for-solutions.html “The pilot shortage for the industry is real, and most airlines are simply not going to be able to realize their capacity plans because... —  read more 

2nd Quarter Will Be Bad

The Consumer Price Index was released for April. It wasn’t good and neither is the outlook for the near future. Especially for the airline industry. “One of the main drivers of the upside surprise was a record 18.6% increase in airline fares, which... —  read more 

Overtime

People should refuse overtime so they will hire people who are struggling to feed their families that were laid off... But I know people won't refuse OT because we have a lot of greedy f-kks that work here.

Head to tech companies

Higher pay, less responsibility, and fewer headaches. It took me several months to find a good fit but it paid off. I am currently paid better and have better benefits. I also work at a better location and the people I'm surrounded with enjoy their... —  read more 

Hmm

Hired all these people back in Wilmington and most people still sitting around with 0 work. Don't get to comfy. Flights are way down and people aren't going to retire like they are hoping. If you had a decent job and quit to come back, you better... —  read more 

Whistleblower

https://www.adn.com/nation-world/2021/12/13/senate-report-details-aviation-whistleblowers-safety-concerns/ "...a former GE Aviation engineer, told the committee that after he identified problems with an engine being developed for the new Boeing... —  read more 

Hey Hooksett

Looks like someone is going to prison! Just reward for management's bs! And former managers will be on the hook for this as well! Karma baby.. .Twas the week before Christmas, nobody was making a sound, after the Navy payed a visit, some were prison... —  read more 

Cheap

Boeing using cheap labor and suppliers and it's costing everyone big in the end. You would think GE would see it happening and start paying and treating their employees better. They would rather send the work south of the border to save a buck. GENx... —  read more 

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