"On February 14, 2024, Michael Holston, Senior Vice President of General Electric Co (NYSE:GE), sold 22,055 shares of the company's stock, according to a recent SEC Filing. This transaction is part of a series of sales by the insider over the past... — read more
And watch the football playoffs on overtime later.
With all the new skilled workers here we can fill them in. On how it use to be and we want to fight to get it back or close to the way it was. Let’s stop giving into the company all of the perks in the contracts are gone.
Should hold a celebration for the old regime(s). The CA and T rates are their legacy and both represent great work!
Is this going to be an interesting year as it relates to General Electric layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
I've been visiting this site once a few months for the past five years, and one thing that hasn't changed over the years is the consistent bi--h*n from Schenectady machinists, D-rates vs T rates or whatever. Looks like working at Schenectady Power... — read more
The former officers have given their everything for this union and stuck up for membership for a long time. Well congrats to the new slate! Day 1 from 2011 we have heard from day one the hall state. T Rate Pay-scale is on the hit list and number... — read more
Well the local 301 leadership was basically overthrown yesterday. Long over due! Will the local GE wake up now and start to end the games? The exposing is going to start, hope everyone is watching closely.
GE Greenville will be losing manufacturing jobs to overseas plants soon. Layoff packages are in the works.
Currently stuck in the west coast with most of the other units in the east, time to look outside?
77,000 sq feet of office space. Yeah ok this is the begining of the big restructure. GE Vernova to lease 77,000 square foot space next to Truist Park A soon-to-be spun off portion of the General Electric Co. will be moving next door to the... — read more
With strength in GE Gas Power services and growth at Grid business and Onshore Wind in North America, signs of improvement in GE Vernova (the combined operations of GE Power and Renewable) hold promise. Due to these tailwinds, the company has raised... — read more
It’s the beginning of the end, the final chapter of the 301. SCHENECTADY GE says it will spin off its GE Vernova energy unit into a standalone public company during the q2 of 2024. Is this the end of Schenectady seeing how profits are way down along... — read more
You’re lucky to have a job. About 70% of the membership came from making $10 an hour. This will never come back to what it use to be. The T’s are here till they close up shop and you get what GE wants you to get.
GE Is Losing $1 Billion a Year on Offshore Wind. And it will continue into 2024! We are ready for the ol Schenectady layoffs. Bring ‘em
There were those who said that LC had sold the Life Science business to his "friends" on the cheap. Not so. It was a fair price. Check out how things are playing out at Danaher. Again, it was a fair price for both companies. Well done LC.
O.E looking into bad record keeping on several of the Vernova CO2 projects including overcharging. Hearing at least one GRC exec is on the ropes and playing serious defense
GE Corporate is issuing 60 day WARN notices across the US for Corporate employees that have not been assigned to one of the spin-off businesses, GE Vernova, GE Aerospace, and GE Healthcare. The notices are to be issued 10/31/23
Do we all agree that if a site put out 5000 units a years in the past with say 2500 employees, that with automation, lean, black belts in theory GE should empliyee far fewer employees today? (Leaving aside the fact that demand is way down compared to... — read more
Bring your toothbrushes to work so you can re-enact the scene in Stripes where Bill Murray scrubs down the toilets with his own toothbrush. The Consolidation Agreement allows such things. No more setting on your tail declaring what job is yours and... — read more
This is purely speculative. What changes do you feel are all but guaranteed to happen within the next 6 months? Just wondering where people stand
Old regime = Outstanding leaders and leadership thereof. Newer folks (20 years or less) are less talented and far more whiney than the old guard!
Did the site really miss manage and blow 55 million dollars on the wind work transformation of building 273? It shouldn’t come as a surprise to many if true, many have watched them miss manage this site for many, many years. They have not yet... — read more
Over the years the 301 keeps handing stuff over freely every contract. Why???!!!??? Some funny stuff going on here. No matter who we vote in we will always get the short end of the contract perks.
Stop posting your nameless sh.. on a website that makes money off the devicive bs. Talk to real people with real names about your issues. Otherwise grow up!
Posts that have discussions about upcoming 301 officers nominations & elections have been removed?
Why many have asked would an oil company want to invest into an outdated product? Well the answer is when they shut down GE Power GE won’t be left holding the bag 100%. The writing is on the bathroom walls. Just look around they have ops leaders who... — read more
.... Developers are writing down assets on Projects intented to use GE turbines..... there is an equation to follow..
Whatever happened to this matter? Rumors of ex-officers goings to jail and the like. Supposedly it was bigger than the Kennedy Assignation conspiracy, Bigfoot, Elvis still alive and all other matters put together. I saw it for BS at the time and I... — read more
lowballing our orders and then "over"delivering to drive the stock price up. cooking the books by lowering expectations so he can meet his incentives, then in 4 years when he can't hide any longer he'll retire with billion$
The legacy company is dead and will not be resurrected. Culp(able) got rid of assets and employees all in the name of getting one asset to shine in search of his $240 million payout. Amazing that Wall Street and the reporters never understand there... — read more
One manufacturing giant has avoided layoffs for 70 years and still earns billions Is it possible for a company to avoid layoffs for more than half a century and still be competitive? The answer is yes... — read more