Anyone would care to chime in with a prediction about potential Kennametal Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Do you know how many employees work at the co? How about the HQ at Latrobe?
Will there be any Kennametal Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
What's your prediction as it relates to the possibility of Kennametal Layoffs in 2019?
No layoffs, yes layoffs, no layoffs, yes layoffs - SO!!! What's correct, there is a ton of rumors about layoffs here in Latrobe.
Thoughts? No layoffs in 2017, right? All metal companies are up, right?
What will happen to the plant in Fallon? Why not force workers who are over the retirement years to retire, as most here in Fallon just sit around do nothing. Reduce the salary of them Group and regular supervisors too they just there wasting space
I wanted to ask you guys here if you heard about any possible layoffs in Latrobe.
Well looks like Kennametal in Fallon Nevada will be shut down shortly! Meetings today to go over "voluntary" severance packages. Yeah right, if they don't get enough volunteers they will volunteer YOU the common working person for layoff, and most... — read more
Does anyone know is those 400 people who already have accepted voluntary separation included in this new 1000 job cuts plan? Or is it 1000 + those 400? And when is this starting to happen? Is Pittsburgh going to be affected?
Kennametal just announced it will cut more than thousand jobs in next 15 month. Of course, still no official news about who will be affected most, they just said they are cutting costs globally due to a slump in oil and coal industry. Any rumors on... — read more
As per the other commenter there were eight people in IT infrastructure laid off yesterday. The company froze all hiring for NA and Europe last May or thereabouts and posted over 20 jobs in Bangalore. It's rather obvious that the upper management... — read more
What is the likelihood of Kennametal layoffs in Latrobe in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
There is a ton of imported stuff, much more than ever before. So, lower prices lower margins. Also, the whole industry is suffering because of lower prices. I have no clue why prices of metals follow prices of oil, but that seem to be what's... — read more
Kennametal's stock is at all time high, metalworking solutions using tungsten carbide inserts are just in high demand right now.