WARN notice announced 1/31/2023, effective date 6/30/2023
Via Bloomberg, found this doozy: “Raytheon Technologies Corp. is considering a sale of a unit that makes products including flight controls, which could fetch about $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. The actuation business... — read more
I got cut at one of Collins’ UK locations and there’s rumblings of a Rolls Royce takeover finally given the go ahead
Make a prediction and tell us what you think about Rockwell Collins layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
The head manager at the Fairchild (WS) location announced that "they" are "evaluating" closing the Westpoint location. The head manager also announced that they are "evaluating" sending the economy cabins to Kilkeel, Ireland and premium cabins to... — read more
Here we go again. I really hope that the source is wrong.
When did it become acceptable to distribute the work of those who are leaving among their teammates instead of backfilling positions?
I didn't expect we'd be having any layoffs any time soon considering how high the attrition has been. I honestly thought that was enough to negate the need for layoffs. I guess this place has found a way to negatively surprise me once again. I'm just... — read more
66 locations including https://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/news/2022/03/29/collins-aerospace-closing-new-berlin-plant.html
I’m constantly worried about losing my job, and I’m still failing to get a new offer somewhere else.
China Sanctions Collins Taiwan Deal To "Safeguard Its Sovereignty" The big wildcard in today's dramatic escalation in tensions over east Ukraine, is how and when Beijing will react to Putin's announcement recognizing the Donbass region as... — read more
Get out! Life gets better with a new company. Don't sink with this ship.
Northrop Grumman and talks to acquire Raytheon here we go again, yearly acquisitions are the norm.
More job cuts for Collins Aerospace in 2022.
Collins Westminster moving to Tijuana, Mexico in 2023, announced last Friday in a press conference
Collins Riverside, California announced closing facility in early 2022. Wow major job loss for Riverside!
Unionize or become a contingent worker, is what I see in your future.
Looking at 2023, Collins wants employees to pay 50% of their healthcare cost and 100% of the dependent care. Major changes coming quickly.
Foley Alabama slated for closure, Raytheon is saying bye bye to Foley, closure set for 2022. Not sure of the loss of headcount.
Is this going to be an interesting year as it relates to Rockwell Collins layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
Our management is trying to bring new untrained people, spend unnecessary, endanger guality and enforce feeling of lack of job stability among long time employees. Instead of pragmatic, logical and moral- bringing bacedvek trained and efficient... — read more
I hope there will be no more cuts before the end of the year.
The number one reason I gave notice is that I can no longer tolerate so much disrespect. Why is there no transparency? I don't want to waste my energy and wonder why there is no transparency here anymore. Goodbye and thanks for all the... — read more
In all honesty, I think people are overreacting. The thing that we have more of are layoffs, I'll give you that. That's why I keep checking this board all the time. But most of the other things have stayed the same. We still get good pay and decent... — read more
Can anybody confirm or deny this?
I used to be happy with my job and satisfied with the way my career was progressing but that is no longer true. This company has changed drastically in the last several years. It no longer matters how hard you work and what experience and knowledge... — read more
"...voluntary and involuntary separation plans for approximately 62 employees in our Kilkeel site." https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-57119480
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
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