LA County Rapid Response will be conducting a virtual Transition Support Session Wednesday, September 23rd at 2p for recently displaced employees of General Atomics. Local employers will aso be on hand to discuss available job opportunities in both... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at General Atomics
Laying off the hardest and most experienced employees and keeping all the brown nosers and new hires is a disaster waiting to happen. I'd really like to know who thought that would be a good long-term strategy. I'm personally looking forward to the... — read more
How is it even legal to lay off employees then turn around and post open positions? Why terminate in the first place? The years of experienced long time employees have far more value than any new hire. If GA thinks that new hires will give the same... — read more
I was one of those let go last week. I’m still reeling from the shock. I believed this company provided a strong sense of job security - but I was proven wrong. Pulled countless weekends to meet deadlines and for what? I feel like I was kicked to... — read more
Has anyone had the packaged reviewed by a lawyer and believe a possible lawsuit can be opened or already in the process??
Less than a week after laying off over 600 employees, with some of them from PLCS - Technical Publications, GA posted a new Technical Writer/Editor position last night for said department. I swear these people are id–ts. To me this confirms many... — read more
In my department people who tried to better the product from excelent MEs to TOP TECHS were laid off due to retaliation from the "Manager/director" who had her foot on the throat of most employees, specially the supervisors. I know they are doing... — read more
It is sad. GA is not giving the Government value, to say the least. In todays news are reasons for more layoffs in GAs other division. USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) returned to port Sunday after its latest at-sea testing period with mixed... — read more
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-airshow-dubai-generalatomics-idUSBRE9AL0GK20131122 This is just the 1st round. People please Be prepare. GA can careless what happens to you. The numbers are bad really bad! Next years budgets will require... — read more
https://www.defensenews.com/2020/08/27/drone-maker-general-atomics-lays-offs-hundreds WASHINGTON ― Privately held drone maker General Atomics, of San Diego, is laying off approximately 630 of its roughly 10,000 employees. “General... — read more
General Atomics ASI is in trouble with many mismanaged project now dead in the water this company is bleeding both talent and money. As someone has said January 2021 is going to be a sad time for that company simple due to the fact that their... — read more
I am a ten year employee of GA. We've had it good for a long time, which has led to a general feeling company wide that it will always be this way because we are the greatest. Arrogance at this company abounds. I have seen A lot of waste and... — read more
GA let some sound team members go on Wednesday, even though some likely had their time growing near. Very callous exit as many supervisors, managers, and those even higher did not want to, nor did they, thank those that they let go that worked there... — read more
The 60 days of pay is not a package. The 60 days of pay is a requirement WARN act of 1988. It is true they were pushing people to get projects completed the last couple months. I personally worked every weekend the last 2 months to meet deadlines... — read more
These lay-offs are not just MQ-9 related. The lay-offs happened company wide, not just the ASI division. I work at EMS division and they also had lay-offs. EMS bread-and-butter is going strong. It's the covid b—s— that has no end in sight.
Tidbits from those in the "know", layoff total was north of 600, it includes all levels of employees. This wasn't an after effect of the loss of the MQ-25 bid, but the fact that the air force has pulled out of future orders on the MQ-9, GA's bread... — read more
What groups are affected?
Good luck all
Any Covid19 stories or rumors?
I'm not surprised that there is little mention of layoffs at General Atomics. I mean who could afford layoffs with such a big number of people leaving on their own. I believe any company would find such a high turnover rate a problem, but for a... — read more