Thread regarding Collins Aerospace layoffs

Collins Aerospace announces third round of layoffs due to COVID-19

"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. employees."

https://kwwl.com/2021/01/26/collins-aerospace-announces-more-layoffs-due-to-covid-19/

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Collins is the master of outsourcing everything, if they would outsource the toilets and charge $1 per flush. The CEO could get an extra bonus

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Post ID: @4Jdcw+197EUu0o

Reduction in workforce should affect managers as well

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Post ID: @ixkz+197EUu0o

When is collins going to get smart and start letting some managers and people working in their hubs go? It don’t make sense keeping that much overhead.

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Post ID: @ivsn+197EUu0o

The way Collins is being run is a joke, especially when it comes to their computer department. Id get off that sinking ship ASAP

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Post ID: @dyuv+197EUu0o

Sounds like it was a handful of people at multiple locations who were charging all their time to overhead. That's what I heard on an executive conference call. And executives are looking at overhead/indirect labor very closely right now, so if you're not on a project, you might want to look for one!

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Post ID: @5jfq+197EUu0o

I heard Pueblo Colorado got hit and some Mission Systems personnel.

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Post ID: @3oui+197EUu0o

Is this just in Iowa? Has anyone heard what locations?

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