Thread regarding L3Harris Technologies layoffs

Don’t repeat my mistake

It’s widely known what the reputation of L3 / L3Harris is. I didn’t know this until I left the company, but quickly heard a lot of comments from hiring managers and recruiters.
Be very aware that they specifically tell the HR Department not to cooperate with any company that calls for a reference. It’s better off to give a reference from a colleague that you trust at L3 rather than ask them to call HR.

Good advice from @vwd+19Fi23BR. I made this mistake and regretted it.

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I think most people realize that anyone in HR is just there to warm a chair.

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"You better get about 500 people to join you in that lawsuit to go up against a large corporation's lawyers. And all those HR types who will deny everything."

Try doing an online search with the keywords: CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT

If you think that big companies don't ever get held accountable, then you either have no ability to read or did not do any research before hitting 'submit' for your post.

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Post ID: @kxzi+19Hw4YeI
EXACTLY. ANYTHING OTHER THAN THIS IS A POTENTIAL LAWSUIT.

You better get about 500 people to join you in that lawsuit to go up against a large corporation's lawyers. And all those HR types who will deny everything.

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Post ID: @jpwm+19Hw4YeI

"Be very aware that they specifically tell the HR Department NOT to cooperate with any company that calls for a reference. It’s better off to give a reference from a colleague that you trust at L3 rather than ask them to call HR." I work for an L3Harris competitor and this is 100% true! Do NOT ever contact L3Harris HR anything they are totally corrupt and unethical –just like the contracts generated by L3Harris. It's a total sham of a company.

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Post ID: @jxbs+19Hw4YeI

"This policy is becoming widespread throughout the industry. HR will most likely only confirm that you worked there during a certain period. Managers may also be pressured not to offer any more information than that. "

EXACTLY. ANYTHING OTHER THAN THIS IS A POTENTIAL LAWSUIT.

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Post ID: @5gmp+19Hw4YeI

This policy is becoming widespread throughout the industry. HR will most likely only confirm that you worked there during a certain period. Managers may also be pressured not to offer any more information than that.

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