Based on how they treat their employees and run their facilities, especially from the Information Technology (Computer Support) side, I'd say that Micky D's would be more efficient with Aerospace production efforts then Collins is. I have a... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Collins Aerospace
Jump ship before she goes down by the bow. My advice? Get a job in the steel industry..
People in general are always prone to biased truth, however, this is the reality: Layoffs were made not based on contributions, knowledge, dedication, efficiency, professionalism or seniority, but on connection to and liking or disliking by... — read more
Someone mentioned that thanks to his long career here, he knew who the right person was to call to bypass the inefficient Help Desk. I haven’t really spent that much time here to know how to get around them, but I wonder if there’s any chance of IT... — read more
From landing gear to seats, interiors , refrigeration, doors, software . Reading the comments written on this site Regarding the inferior workmanship , the inferior standards, inferior management to call out bad product, why would anybody get on an... — read more
Our management never ceases to amaze me. When I think I’ve seen it all, they surprise me. Looks like it can always get worse. Lately, I have a feeling that this company would be better run by a business school student. If nothing else, he/she would... — read more
It doesn’t have to be a complete list, because I know it would be too long.
What I don't understand is why it takes so long for upper management to see what's going on. I mean we now have worse managers then in the past and they are allowed to prosper because they blame everyone else for the mistakes that are being made and... — read more
Before I came here I worked in two companies and neither of them had a problem with a toxic atmosphere like we do here. In fact, I think it’s getting worse and worse. Backstabbing has almost become something normal that I constantly encounter. .. — read more
Recent layoffs at Collings were total disgrace to professionalism, labor standards, common sense for company survival and any logical economic development. Layoffs were lacking any structure based on 1) seniority 2) dedication and work input 3)... — read more
Recent layoffs at Collings were total disgrace to professionalism, labor standards, common sense for company survival and any logical economic development. Layoffs were lacking any structure based on 1)seniority 2)dedication and work input 3)... — read more
I hear interiors will be off to Oklahoma in 3 months and only taking a few people with them.
The issues at Oakville are all due to poor management. The old management are people that grew up here and are not aware of how industry has changed…BUT they were also here when we were turning out 40+ shipsets…so they understand what we are capable... — read more
Usually, our W-2s are in the mail by mid-February. Have any laid-off workers received their W-2 yet? If not, please post when you get it. Thank you.
Hearing of many to be let go in WLOX. This company is a sh–show and things are sinking fast. Mgmt trying to keep employees from spreading the wide felt sentiment that employees are miserable and overworked.
I was talking to a friend of mine at Corporate and he told me that the Help Desk phone lines are absolutely swamped. Computer problems aren't getting fixed in anything close to a timely manner because some nimrod high up in the Collins Desktop... — read more
An email was circulating from corporate hq to select upper plant management that Collins was weighing its options regarding the WV facility due to a huge downturn in productivity / profitability. This month being the target date. Truth is, there... — read more
The hourly employee union has been off site for a week & half so far as of Wednesday February 3, 2021. With Collins Aerospace 2020 profit down 70% from 2019, the rumors are that the company & union are negotiating another voluntary separation... — read more
Well I won't name names because that will result in the post being yanked... but essentially the heads of technology within Collins have made the decision to yank IT support at most of the plants. Yet, have failed at implementing any sort of... — read more
"Our company continues to experience lower than expected commercial aviation business due to COVID-19. As a result, on Jan. 25, 2021, we announced a second Involuntary Separation Program for U.S... — read more
Quite a few bit the dust today, we're estimating ~10% of engineering heads.
January 2nd is the day some of us will find out we no longer have a job. A little over 3 weeks to worry and stress while trying to remain productive. Do they really think I (or anyone for that matter) can remain productive while faced with the... — read more
A spokeswoman from Collins Aerospace did not comment on the layoffs and any consequences for those working in Cedar Rapids or Coralville... — read more
Is there going to be any reorg or Rockwell Collins Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Wouldn’t it be nice if the company decided to treat us like the adults that we are and be completely transparent in regards to layoffs? They don’t even have to say who is going to be laid off, but at least let us know in advance how many and what... — read more
I know sometimes we have to go through it but when will it be enough? I’m getting tired of waiting for the axe to fall. I just want to know when the exact dates will be so I can be more focused on work. Currently, I'm just constantly anticipating if... — read more
Steve T*** sent out an email today which states that the company isn't recovering as quickly as anticipated and the company expects to have more furloughs next year, in addition to other actions. There is mention of a VSP "for executives", which... — read more
Posts are being pulled off this website regarding the cause of plant shutdown a couple weeks ago. Not sure what policy is supposedly being violated
Collins is not actively laying off. That said, the future is still uncertain. As of now, the leaders are hoping for high attrition over the next quarter with no backfills. With merit for next year still questionable and more furloughs almost certain... — read more
The entire industry is in shambles. Just because there are no immediate layoffs doesn't mean you are safe in any shape or form. I'm not saying you should panic, but make sure to take steps to prepare in case (or more likely, when) the next round of... — read more
Hearing of the slashing going on today and this week at Pratt. Is Collins still cutting people?
Cutting high paid CEO’s and giving them stock as their Severance package Would be a fabulous just dues . They are only around until the next best package comes around . Look up CEO of companies such as Raytheon you will see the Ridiculous salaries... — read more
On a conference call? Who's present? How is it done?
Lots of talk on October 1st layoffs !!! Any talk out there on this subject???
Anyone hear or layoffs in Mexicali which is predominately manufacturing and engineering? I haven’t? Why are they remaining untouched? Possible rite to replace CV and Riverside???? What’s everyone’s thoughts on what’s really going on here?
The new plan is to write everyone up for anything even minor-Managers exempted for sure, can also be viewed as setting up for constructive dismissal, management do not really have the skills to coach and mentor employees in a positive way. They are... — read more
So some of that workfrom canada has to go somewhere?