Does anybody know when GE is expecting their employees that are moving to Chicago to be in the office?
Topics regarding layoffs at GE Healthcare
Has there been any news?
People not laid off are starting to leave. Heard bout a few in dif groups. Not sure about backfill like are they filling those gaps or just pushing ahead. Is there more leaving than normal? Virus makes it hard to tell. Feel like more would leave if... — read more
Heard a rumor that Larry Culp asked Kieran Murphy to reduce the GEHC headcount from 40k to around 30k.
GE Healthcare is laying off 123 people in Wauwatosa as part of its previously announced plans to move as many as 250 jobs from Wauwatosa to its headquarters in Chicago or regional... — read more
Announced on 10 June, 2020, all affected employees are terminated on 10 July 2020. Meager packages are being offered. Affected staff include instructional designers, trainers, and support staff for small and large medical devices worldwide. No... — read more
Several people getting laid off across the board in all areas, some get early retirement, others not. Positions outsourced overseas, as usual.
I don’t know how many people were affected but USCAN is experiencing layoffs. For anyone looking for a stable job, RUN RUN RUN. Don’t say you were not warned. This is terrible. I’m trying to hold on.
Package was 20k to retire on July 1st. Not worth it after deductions.
Cuts started in service for USCAN last week. Rumor mill has had the numbers of 30/region. Sales cuts started this week all over with each region taking hits. Talk of more changes to applications team as well. Reduced hours/part... — read more
It’s obvious that special considerations have been made for management in USCAN marketing. All of them admitted that they wouldn’t be able to make the move, but then they all changed their minds after some meetings in Chicago. It’s also clear that... — read more
Few positions are reorged here and there, mostly in product managemnt. Not a big loss, there were a lot of useless fat accumulated there. The engineering and others might come next. They are cleaning and leaning, that is good.
I feel blessed to be working at GE Healthcare in Wisconsin...there are no layoffs. We're ramping up production of Ventilators by 100% to help combat Coronovirus and hopefully save lives However, it's no secret that the aviation and travel... — read more
Clearly, the problem with the business has been the marketing team and not arrogant engineering teams that don't listen, the decimation of the experienced sales team through years of under compensation and poor territory alignments, the absurd most... — read more
This company is going down and it's going down fast. Everybody still working here should be actively looking for a new job. Don't allow yourself to be caught unawares. It is so much easier to find a job when you already have one instead of having to... — read more
The relocation to Chicago was just confirmed for the USCAN Marketing team. It affects all ~100 USCAN marketers in the US. No relocation package, no salary adjustment. Yes or no decision required by 2/28. If yes, you have until 9/1 to begin working in... — read more
Layoffs occurred across all GEHC modalities. The reduction in force is estimated between 20-25%
It’s just hearsay at this point, but lots of rumors going around that people supporting USCAN will be asked to relocate from Milwaukee to Chicago. Lots of upset employees and little answers from management.
Chicago - at least 20 persons affected, it goes in waves and is not over. Earlier last month a lot of people in sales and service were cut (mostly remote positions). Some get voluntary job reduction package offer (mostly older guys).
19 ppl affected, the activities moved overseas.
Gibraltor effect showing up now. Many gone in HC DT.
The API Healthcare San Diego. CA office laid-off all but 5 of its ~28 office staff on Friday April 12, 2019. The San Diego office is closing its doors for good at end of May. Posted in an older thread, bumped to the top for important info. Originally... — read more
What is the origin of the GE BioPharma business that was just sold to Danaher? Does it stem from the Amersham acquisition of 2004?
GE healthcare should do well in spinoff, Profits and reliability of XR products may fare well Since very little of the current systems are actually made by GE. Examples are ; P600 Fluoro room is actually a Toshiba Kahalre system Proteus XRf is... — read more
I know GEHC wants to be separate but not sure why would a new person separate a cash cow. And that too when millions are tied to the stock price. Anyway, we should start evaluating employees by a point system where education, credentials, degrees all... — read more
GM of an ultrasound modality will be terminated and Zone Management adjusted to E+W only with personnel changes - Don't envy MK replacement. Any chance we can get any more information on this? (Found the original quote in an old thread but it was... — read more
I keep hearing rumors about VBC being sold off and our engineers are leaving for Amazon and Google in droves. The financials s---, so wouldn't surprise me.
Less coming in and more and more going out. We continue to sign contracts where we know we will surely loose in millions over time. Flannery is gone, these extra ordinary contracts had no vision but to jack up contract prices and make healthcare... — read more
Worked for GE Healthcare from 2001 to 2016 in Jupiter Florida. Lost my job when they decided to move our repair facility to Oak Creek Milwaukee. Do to my age they just decide to give me my pension.
As expected significant RIF is expected across most of services and consulting (partners). GE Healthcare has the benchmark of operating with minimal workforce from just few years back when they shrank zones and heads big time. Most are expected... — read more
GE Healthcare has been downsizing its US service organization for several months. They have been doing this in small numbers each month to avoid any major news coverage. Seem to be targeting older more costly workers. Numbers will most likely end up... — read more
Employees were called together in small groups and told by managers there had been a number of layoffs. It is unclear how many and if it is limited to one side or company wide. Rummor mill says 10-15 in Madison Wi,
In late 2015, after hiring 400 - 500 employees in low-cost countries, ~200 IT employees were laid off at GE Healthcare, mainly in Milwaukee. In April, another 200. In October, between 100 and 200, and rumor has it that another action is scheduled for... — read more
One of the best performing groups within GE, no layoffs this year and let's keep it this way