commercial market does not appear to be hitting the predicted bo-m that was being touted a year ago.Not sure how military aircraft programs will fare after reading latest hayes qoute on “speed trumps stealth”.
I'm not sure how anybody working here can remain normal. Every day we need to deal with uncertainty, unnecessary stress, an increasingly toxic work atmosphere, office politics, and so many more things. Sometimes I feel that quitting and dealing with... — read more
I did when I just started, but the company has morphed into something unrecognizable since then.
Teaching CRT; be careful if you want a job here…..
Does anyone know how long they hold onto personnel records before it is destroyed? I never printed out my PFT’s which were all pretty good while I was there. I don’t plan on reapplying in the near future but I’m wondering if I do reapply in the... — read more
How much does United’s engine failure impact P&W’s prospects in the aviation market?
Is the engine fatigue on the United Airlines plane due to poor management decisions?
Next round, whether it's next month or next year, I'll be happy to volunteer. This place hasn't been the same since the last layoffs and I don't think it ever will be. With the economy as it is, this is not the time to just walk away but if I could... — read more
I often hear from former colleagues with whom I was close. After the dismissals, which were very stressful because everyone thought that they wouldn't manage to find another job so quickly, as it turns out, everyone did much better than they had... — read more
more great news again for pratt. ge will be releasing its gtf engine soon. hoping our engine is a better product.
Should be entertaining next year watching the IAM go to battle with corporate over what is supposedly fair and going on strike outside all the turnstiles. With all the white collar jobs hit this year, they will be going after blue collar jobs next... — read more
https://www.wsj.com/articles/ge-plans-more-job-cuts-in-aviation-division-internal-video-11606224766 In an internal video message GE Aviation boss John Slattery said the unit would have to shrink over the next 18 months Cuts will be more... — read more
Woke up this morning, had my cup of coffee and thought about the company that laid me off after working there so many years. I still don’t know how to feel. Should I be angry because I was let go? Or should I be relieved that I can finally breathe a... — read more
Work's bound to pick up once again. And when it does, this leadership will find itself in a position of having to hire two people to cover the work of one of those they've so gleefully laid off because they were making more money than others. I guess... — read more
I just landed a new job, but not before I widened my search to other industries. It didn't occur to me at first - I guess I'm a creature of habit - but a friend recommended his company (telecom) and it worked. When you work at the same position for... — read more
Anyone else get this besides me? They toss us out like common street trash an then make us wait MONTHS just to get our severance pay. Such a f—ing terrible company.
Hayes response when asked if the announced North Carolina facility is in-sourcing work or cost reduction measure "No, there is a whole series of things that Pratt is doing associated with this new facility we're building down in North Carolina... — read more
We’re they any layoffs in the last 4 months in either the Collins or Corporate offices in CT?
I wonder if those who received the package would ever return to the company?
WLOS: Pratt & Whitney production facility to bring $650 million, 800 jobs to Buncombe County. https://wlos.com/news/local/economic-development-announcement-to-be-made-for-buncombe-county-project
If you were laid off recently because of the mass layoff, did you file for unemployment and find out that it is being contested?
Anyone who was laid off know what the employee registration number is? The form sent in my package is blank.
Former Pratt & Whitney employee speaks out on state-wide layoffs ... Tuesday morning, he told News 8, “I thought to myself it couldn't be part of the... — read more
When is round 2 scheduled for? Or do the total numbers of the VSP, first ISP, contractor terminations etc add up to 15,000 ?
I know I'm extremely fortunate to still have a job but when I found out who and how many of my coworkers - and friends - have been laid off, it broke my heart. This place will never be the same after this. These people gave so much to the company... — read more
“Layoffs started/happened this morning at 8 am. The package is the same as the VSP – one week of pay per year worked, unused vacation days paid back and a lump sum based on the years worked, between 2,000 and 6,000 + 1 year employee scholar program... — read more
Just came back from a 2 week vacay only to get a 1:1 zoom with manager and hr to tell me I've been laid off. EH salaried engineering. After 20+yrs in this company and an almost paid off house I think I'm gonna sell and move closer to family and apply... — read more
Noticed almost every single layoff I heard about at facilities all around the country were white males only or at least >95% and not at all balanced relative to the current workforce diversity mix. Did anyone else see the same thing?
The way they treated us, keeping us in dark for so long and doing silent layoffs here and there without any clear communication about our future significantly affected our mental health and that of our families. Who has some respect for him/herself... — read more
seems in my department if you were 55+ and not chief or supervisor the risk of getting laid off was high. low performers were not at the top of the list as one might expect.
Layoffs have hit PW overhaul shops over the past couple of week. 400 employees let go. This was verified in a ME call in.
Layoffs started at 8 am today. Pratt is supposed to shed 5000 to 5500 jobs before the end of the week in the US, Canada and Poland before the end of the week.
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Is the majority of the layoffs over. My group has said nothing regarding the layoffs so not sure if we are “safe/in the clear yet”...
Neo is a terrible engine design. Biggest failure in aviation industry. Look for another job or be ready to company to go bankcurrpt in next 2 year. Read this... — read more