Thread regarding L3Harris Technologies layoffs

The general rules for layoffs

There are general rules for layoffs, and the decisions are usually made several layers away to remove class action liability from the company. One way is Last In / First Out. Another is to eliminate positions or departments, and reorganize (this is pretty common). And yes, you lose a lot of tribal knowledge when this happens. But honestly, if you are laying off, where did all that tribal knowledge actually get you?

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People at Narda Miteq walked out today

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Post ID: @gaxi+11L4NdHt

Look out for forced retirements at csw this week or the next.

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Post ID: @7tsn+11L4NdHt

How can a person be put in charge of a Sector at 34 yrs old ?

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Post ID: @7rmf+11L4NdHt

My rule for layoffs:

When the boss makes out the hit list,
Don't be on the s#!t list

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Post ID: @2puk+11L4NdHt

CSW is so terrible it's almost a comedy. People literally do whatever they want with 0 consequence. Anyone over 55 are nothing but gossiping snitches. Dont work too hard there you will get 0 recognition and the others employees will have it out for you if you do all the work. Just be lazy like everyone else and you'll fit right in.

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Post ID: @2mkz+11L4NdHt

Next Round - my experience at L3 Waco was that the workforce is so entrenched in their 20-year old ways that I actually had a production lead (I did not report to him) file a complaint against me because I showed him a technical document that proved his way of doing things had been changed six years earlier.

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Post ID: @2wae+11L4NdHt

Finally left the CSW hell hole after 8 years. Nothing but shady mgmt and political b—s—. Hard work means nothing there.

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Post ID: @1cjc+11L4NdHt

What’s the latest on when the next round is and how many at Waco. Any of the historical rock stars (plug and play $uck A$$e$) gonna get the axe?

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Post ID: @1ohw+11L4NdHt

And this is what keeps the perpetual cycle of non-innovation going until...

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Post ID: @vfn+11L4NdHt

The problem is when the tribal knowledge is both outdated and firmly entrenched in the mid-to-upper levels of management. When this is the situation, some of the potential 'innovators' are let go because they did not conform to the established norms.

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