Employees should be highlighting the poor treatment of employees through these moves and decisions. The USCAN Leaders (especially Everette and his side kick Brian McGarvey) stress the values of diversity and inclusion, however, with these moves there is age discrimination, gender discrimination and race discrimination. They should be held accountable for the treatment of many employees who were dedicated to GE. Many employees with years of expertise (15 to 20+years), no history of poor performance and or niche knowledge have all been let go due to a transfer of work to Chicago and a brick and mortar strategy, which now isn't anywhere in sight due to the pandemic. There should be more people highlighting this to Larry Culp and his HR lead. What GE Healthcare is doing is k–ling their business from the inside out. Everyone is running scared because if you disagree or have conflict...they will run you out the door. It's a sad sad place.