Thread regarding L3Harris Technologies layoffs

When did you decide to leave this company?

What was your breaking point? Whomever I talk to about this, everyone says it didn’t take them long to see how much of a disaster this company is, but they stayed nonetheless because people generally don’t like changes. I’ve only been here for a little over half a year and I’ve started looking for a new job already.

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Post ID: @OP+1a3Yy5Ry

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"But to earn a B.S. of Sci in an engineering discipline and not know the most basic of concepts in that discipline and to make it to harris and keep moving up the ranks despite these clear limitations just shows how backwards our society has become. Take a wild guess whether they belong to a "protected" group or not... "

Oh, I am real certain of who this person represents. They believe that only certain lives matter, right?

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Post ID: @gnfk+1a3Yy5Ry

"But to earn a B.S. of Sci in an engineering discipline and not know the most basic of concepts in that discipline and to make it to harris and keep moving up the ranks despite these clear limitations just shows how backwards our society has become. Take a wild guess whether they belong to a "protected" group or not... "

I don't need to guess. I've seen this so many times. People who cannot do basic math and are working in engineering. We've lowered the bar so badly that standards are in the gutter. L3H loves hiring from the gutter.

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Post ID: @fwxp+1a3Yy5Ry

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"Not sure why L3 is being called an "old folks home" since most of what I see getting hired and young kids who have no experience, no class, no clue and make no money. This, and the retail and fast food crowd are now making up the lower ranks at L3. As far as engineers, they want all of the higher paid ones to retire or take a 'plan' to leave so they can hire some kid with a mediocre degree and an internship on the resume so they will gladly think $45k is a high salary.
Bring on the snowflakes."

Yup, this is exactly what is happening, they're trying to lean out the balance sheet so the company looks good to shareholders. The executives can keep increasing their salaries, bonuses, and stock options, while the customer thinks they're getting the same quality at a higher price but designed and tested by the inept. I'll never forget a new hire who'd earned a degree from an extremely prestigious school did not know the function of the most basic of circuit elements and needed help, which is fine. But to earn a B.S. of Sci in an engineering discipline and not know the most basic of concepts in that discipline and to make it to harris and keep moving up the ranks despite these clear limitations just shows how backwards our society has become. Take a wild guess whether they belong to a "protected" group or not...

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Post ID: @evnf+1a3Yy5Ry

Not sure why L3 is being called an "old folks home" since most of what I see getting hired and young kids who have no experience, no class, no clue and make no money. This, and the retail and fast food crowd are now making up the lower ranks at L3. As far as engineers, they want all of the higher paid ones to retire or take a 'plan' to leave so they can hire some kid with a mediocre degree and an internship on the resume so they will gladly think $45k is a high salary.
Bring on the snowflakes.

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Post ID: @dhwu+1a3Yy5Ry

Companies have no business getting involved with any of the gender identity issues. People are paid to show up and do their jobs. Whatever they decided to call themselves is their business. Whatever they decide to wear, also is their business unless it goes against a dress code or is lewd in some manner. That's just basic company policy. But, expecting other employees to tolerate someone else's choices on a basis of how they 'identify' is ridiculous. Employees should be upfront of what their name is on a legal basis and what their gender is. That's it. The rest is just a bunch of nonsense to insulate the company against a lawsuit and give preferred treatment to employees who feel that they are entitled. That in and of itself is the definition of discrimination. L3H just prefers to act as if their culture is one of an advanced level and therefore making the company a progressive place to work. It's not. I've never seen a company so stuck in the past and in the dark in my entire career. The culture is nothing short of encouraged misogyny.

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Post ID: @czpc+1a3Yy5Ry

L3 certainly isn't racist in the way most people think of this word. If anything, all I saw was preferred treatment given (in a sense of fear) to minorities and other 'protected status' people. To me, this is just as bad. It felt as if you were a white person and heterosexual, that you could forget being given the benefit of the doubt above others who could snap their fingers and make a claim against you. I don't want to work in this environment that is so hypersensitive and snowflake friendly. Instead of focusing on allowing people to do their jobs, everything became political. Seeing a man walking into the ladies room to use a bathroom stall and being allowed to use it simply because of how this person 'identifies' themselves takes rights away from others. It sacrifices one group for another. This is not fair. This is not a positive work culture.

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Post ID: @chgx+1a3Yy5Ry

As you can see from some of the responses how toxic and racist this company is. Also if you consider taking hour long lunches and some c––p inventory experience skills then you fit right at that garbage dump. I left btw and I have so much hatred for that old folks home that I come here for screen shots to prove my point of what a childish, low income place this is. I show everyone I can what the employees really think on many different platforms and I'm not alone. Keep slaving away for 45k a year though because that's all most people there are worth.

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Post ID: @bynf+1a3Yy5Ry

"When I heard a supervisor say 'the reason you are working Saturday is because I don't like brown people'. This was reported,, nothing done.. "

BALONEY. IN TODAY'S OVER SENSITIVE CANCEL CULTURE THERE'S NO WAY THIS WOULD NOT BE POUNCED ON BY HUMAN RESOURCES. IT'S NOW LIKE A SPORT TO GO AFTER PEOPLE FOR EVERY SINGLE SYLLABLE.

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Post ID: @7akg+1a3Yy5Ry

"This company is pure garbage and everyone knows it so only garbage people apply. Run away. Anyone who tells you you are lucky to just have a job is a typical, lazy unskilled boomer that wasted their whole life gossiping and back stabbing at l3. "

I don't know what your problem is with someone over 50 years of age, but you had better get it in check sometime soon if you expect to be employed somewhere. I am over 50 and my skills have never been sharper. So deal with it. I pride myself on not being a whiny snowflake. I have career experience and common sense that today's generation cannot touch.

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Post ID: @4ugg+1a3Yy5Ry

"When Harris took over and ruined it."

THAT IS EXACTLY IT. Night and day difference.

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Post ID: @4wbb+1a3Yy5Ry

When Harris took over and ruined it.

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Post ID: @3mtn+1a3Yy5Ry

When I heard a supervisor say "the reason you are working Saturday is because I don't like brown people". This was reported,, nothing done.. When I watch supervisors and managers waste 3 hrs on a meeting just to joke around and flip rubber bands. When I see employees do literally nothing all day long and get promoted. You can use your imagination on the reason for that. This company is pure garbage and everyone knows it so only garbage people apply. Run away. Anyone who tells you you are lucky to just have a job is a typical, lazy unskilled boomer that wasted their whole life gossiping and back stabbing at l3. If you are young, don't waste anymore time at this mental/senior center they call a company.

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Post ID: @3xmq+1a3Yy5Ry

Let me know when you another job. Until then deal with it.

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