Thread regarding Collins Aerospace layoffs

It’s bad, but it looks like it’s going to get worse?

Recent layoffs at Collings were total disgrace to professionalism, labor standards, common sense for company survival and any logical economic development. Layoffs were lacking any structure based on 1) seniority 2) dedication and work input 3) professional accomplishments (licenses) 4) willingness to train and most of all 5) willingness to work effectively. Forget transparency of these layoffs. A lot of people retired long time ago mentally and physically. They just come to collect paychecks and constantly complain about work conditions and coworkers (trying to hide their own incompetence shortcomings) They are getting blind support from substandard supervisors ...
post @37zlz+16M9D41w, thread +16M9D41w. Exactly! These are all signs of a dying company.
Someone summed it up well - this is the beginning of the end.

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I agree 100% with this statement. What happened to quality? Management and higher up would rather see a plane go down as long as it was put together fast. Boo on you collins

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