https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210318006068/en/Komatsu-Adapting-Longwall-Business-to-Best-Meet-Customer-Needs This change will layoff / make redundant over 300 people in the UK. All of this because of management inadequacies, the company... — read more
This is a generic discussion thread to capture comments about potential Joy Global Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Post any updates if you have any
Why no posts on this board? Are people afraid to speak up?
What's your guess on how many employees the company will have before the end of the year? How about the overall headcount? And headcount at Milwaukee?
Started there recently. No layoffs for now (over 3 months)... Peace out.
35-40% reduction across the board Truly sad to watch employees go especially those with 20+ years of experience to be let go.
Joy Global Franklin employees have been informed of the latest round of layoffs voluntary and potential involuntary at the same time as new opportunities, the UK teams have also been informed of voluntary redundancies whilst recently installing ex... — read more
Any updates here - I am interested in rumors about possible job cuts in Franklin, PA
July 18, 2014 Underground Organization – Voluntary Separation Program Due to the continued challenges with business volumes for 2014 and 2015 for Underground products, there is a need to implement a number of additional cost reduction initiatives. As... — read more
Just layed off 34, and is rumored to lay off some office people too
brace yourself - 2014 will be brutal for us at joy
back in sept we let 200 people go - check out Milwaukee JS for more details
Joy Global of Franklin, Penn., will lay off 245 workers making underground mining equipment because production is "being shifted to a foreign location, outsourcing increased imports, articles and services," writes Timothy Buck, a union official in... — read more
joy, joy... let's go back in time a bit: Total workforce adjustments, including permanent layoffs and temporary furloughs, exceed 45% of the staffing levels in our Milwaukee operations at the beginning of fiscal 2001.