Topics regarding layoffs at John Deere
Deere and Company employees at two Quad City locations were let go for good. On Tuesday, October 1, Ken Golden Global Relations Director, Ken laid off 50 employees of Harvester Works and 113 employees of Davenport Works indefinitely. The Harvester... — read more
No media coverage, nobody talks about - it's a shame. So many good people lost. Shame!!!
Anyone heard anything about if there are layoffs coming to waterloo?
If you are about to join please note (based on my personal experience with John Deere - 31 months here): There will be some limited growth opportunities, Layoffs are possible, when things slow down layoffs are likely Management will talk about Safety... — read more
Layoffs are happening today at John Deere. If you are cut, you know that already. Good luck to all, hope things improve. — read more
Deere makes a lot of good equipment but the hoods on the riding lawn mowers are causing reputation lose. There are more broke ones in service than there good ones. This problem could be easily fixed but it appears no one must care about the issue. — read more
Harvester is currently farming out depts... Shipping will be in a building across train tracks but won't be run by deere... 965 will be farmed out soon... Heard more welding depts will be gone... I'm assuming layoffs for harvester in years to come
Supervisor told about a dozen of us today they will announce a major indefinite layoff Oct 3rd, said we could voluntarily take it early or show up until then, but that there is no work and we'd be doing nothing if we came in. Shop stew said he has... — read more
There will only be about 93 wage employees working at seeding group building planters. March 14 is our layoff date. They are indefinitely laying off workers with 12+ years in. It's a terrible place to work now. With CMM cutting job rates, a crappy... — read more
Falling grain prices continue to hurt John Deere. The Moline, Ill.-based Deere and Co. said Friday that it would lay off 910 workers in Iowa and Illinois, in yet another reduction in its American workforce. RELATED CONTENT Deere Lays Off 600 Workers... — read more
This layoff was known by farmers to come. We can not afford to buy new machinery on half an income to what we received just two years ago. Could you city people buy new on half of your income? This has nothing to do with the governor. I am a hog... — read more
Like all modern manufacturing companies they are under pressure to cut costs and turn a profit. The American consumer looks for the cheapest product without regard to the country of origin. Every state has its share. Why do we allow wealth creation... — read more
Seems Mexico - Canada - China - India - and other countries outside of USA get those manufacturing jobs. THANKS TO: The recent 6 different Presidents, ALL OF THE 535 USA Representatives, 100 USA Senators and 50 State Assemblies for TAKING ALL THE... — read more
No company is leaving Illinois and Deere's not shifting the jobs elsewhere. The layoffs are due to very low demand. So yes IL economy sucks and Springfield keeps pouring gas on the fire but this is a result of the national and worldwide economy that... — read more
Capex spending down across the board, we'll probably dip 10% next year, this is just the first job cut, there will be many cuts in 2016. God help us all.
220 indefinite at seeding and cylinder group... Starting mid February
240+ workers to be cut, for five months beginning in July, the first time the company is implementing a voluntary manufacturing leave
Indefinite layoffs announced today, 150 at Harvester Works., 30 at Davenport Works.
Guys, is this ever going to stop?
161 laid off indefinitely....Back through 2008...1st shift operation as of now
565 in Waterloo, 300 in Ankine. 50 in Moline
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"Three facilities were impacted in Waterloo. What happened in Waterloo was 90 were laid off at the foundry, 385 at the tractor factory and 90 at engine works.
Must have been just a rumor?
Meeting today at 1:30... Maybe a 60 day notice of 175 laid off in February?? Just a rumor so far
Anybody heard what is happening there?
400 Waterloo 300 foundry give or take.
Roughly 50, will not be going back.
That's what I heard
Does that make much sense for the 194 from Moline? October 20th callback? While the other plants October 20th let go?