Comments??? So many unknowns…
Topics regarding layoffs at Harris Corp.
They repurposed the old L3 board and now they call it L3Harris - it can be accessed here: https://www.thelayoff.com/l-3-communications-holdings or here &l-3-communications-holdings
The merger has only benefited the top executives here with L3, yet in the new company... there are 3 or 4 leadership members that made it to the new leadership team, which is disappointing since L3 is the larger and more established and has better... — read more
Is the merger profitable with all the severance costs? Looks like executives are taking tens of millions of dollars in compensation, calling it severance, and yet they keep there jobs. Where is the leadership by example in cost cutting? I wouldn’t be... — read more
Not too many people were laid off this time, but I'm convinced this was just the start and we'll be seeing much, much more of this at Harris in the following weeks and months. This will take a toll on many of us mentally. I really wish this whole... — read more
Top level L3 organizations: ISR Systems Communications & Networked Systems Electronic Systems Top level Harris organizations: Space & Intelligence Systems Communication Systems Electronic Systems — read more
Or will there be more throughout the week?
Where have I heard that word before? ... synergies Oh yah, I remember, that was with last company that I got laid off from. Management kept using that fancy word "synergies". Now I know what it really means. L3, Harris to divest ‘significant’ portion... — read more
I generally enjoy working at Harris - we have good pay, decent benefits, and most of the people I work with are good folks who have become my good friends. However, I hate the fact that we are having so many reorganizations which always come with... — read more
I work for Harris. The majority of layoffs will be with L3, not Harris. Of course there will be layoffs on both sides but remember who owns what. Harris owns 51% of the stock and L3 owns 49%. Lets you know who's in control. Remember the Sprint Nextel... — read more
Post any information about potential or actual Harris Layoffs in 2019?
Employees became commodities and expenses, loyalties and past productivity irrelevant. Many older and well-paid employees summarily dismissed. If you weren't directly assigned (billable) to a customer, you were at risk. T his philosophy continues... — read more
It's all over the news. Do you think this will happen (L3/Harris merging)? What are your thoughts?
Here we go... Harris is closing Morgan Hill plant, and laying off all off it employees... Not really that much of a surprise, we knew some closings were imminent with the way things have been going... The only question right now is if this is it, or... — read more
What is the likelihood of Harris layoffs in Melbourne in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
I was head hunted by Harris CapRock recently, made a load of commitments that I would get a mix of accounts - existing and new, but as soon as I joined Yagnesh Rajendran had taken on an Indian call centre guy Remesh Anbanantham and given him the BHP... — read more
Quite a few of Harris CapRock, Tino’s Colleagues (reporting to Muneam Ali) have left the over the last few months after Tino (Sales Manager in Singapore) left and I was pushed out, joining various companies within the SatCom industry, including... — read more
The latest round of job losses at Harris CapRock this year, has revealed a culture of price gouging and profiteering from some of their top clients, where they are charged 2, 3 or even up to 10 times more than new customers with smaller budgets... — read more
Protest by Harris CapRock Stalls FCSA Contract Awards (Source: Space News) A multibillion-dollar U.S. government procurement of commercial satellite telecom solutions that has stretched out nearly two years faces additional delays following a protest... — read more
Harris CapRock Communications Australia, is no stranger to sexual and other forms of harassment, including racial form its senior managers it seems. We have discovered that In the last four years Harris Caprock Communications Australia has seen... — read more
'...We find weaknesses including a generally disappointing performance in the stock itself, deteriorating net income and generally poor debt management.' '....Return on equity has greatly decreased when compared to its ROE from the same quarter one... — read more
(see http://www.perthnow.com.au/business/media-marketing/what-indian-calls-centres-are-really-told-about-australians/story-e6frg2rc-1226100640090) Following CapRock Communications (part of Harris Corp. www.thelayofff/caprock-communications), laying... — read more
Harris Corporation appointed William Brown president and chief executive officer effective November 1, 2011. The current 'diversified' business was put together under the watch of former CEO Howard Lance who retired last year. Lance was supportive of... — read more
William Brown joined Harris from United Technologies where he was responsible for the company’s global strategic planning and M&A activity. He’s a deal-maker who has not wasted any time divesting of “non-core” assets, starting with the Harris Cyber... — read more
Harris RF Plans To Make Further Workforce Cuts Rochester, N.Y. – A local company that specializes in radios and communications systems for the military is reducing its workforce. Harris RF announced a Voluntary Early Retirement Program on Thursday... — read more
I think we can expect a lot more job losses to come... Harris Corp. reported a $353.2 million loss for its fiscal third-quarter and has plans to sell its broadcast business... — read more
The Harris Caprock Communications Indian call center approach hasn't impressed BHP iron ore, looks like Harris just lost their best client and the multi million dollar IROC project to a realative newcomer and much smaller competitor!
We might as well lock the place up and all leave. The jobs are being sent to India anyway, why even try.
Harris CHQ in Melbourne, FL laid off 12 employees the week of May 4, 2012. Cited cost cutting as the reason.
Seems they hired an Indian call center guy with no satellite / coms, or oil and gas experience to manage the BHP account (along with about 20 other accounts), to replace the two senior account managers that resigned - so it looks as if they believe... — read more
There have also been a lot of resignations in recent months, the Perth Australia operation had their Top Field Tech, IT Engineer, Accountant, Logistics Controller, and two senior managers resign in a matter of months - very concerning high turn over... — read more
I can confirm this - significant layoffs took place since July 2011.
Harris CapRock Communications part of Harris Corp., is believed to have laid off approximately 65 senior people in recent months and is believed to have or be in the process of closing its APAC Indonesia operations. This must be very unsettling for... — read more