Thread regarding Cummins Inc. layoffs

How bad are the layoffs in the Cummins Emissions division?

Can someone here advise how bad is the turnover or layoffs in the emissions division? From everyone's comments here, it seems as though Cummins a toxic environment to work for. Is that true? A lot of micromanaging managers that are worse than parasites? They have started hiring a lot, curious to get everyone's feedback.

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So called Cummins culture drives away anyone of value. These CLOWNS will let the highest skilled profitable employees walk out the door or terminate their position because they think it saves them money and profits their shareholders. Meanwhile they have endless campaigns, TRP's, ECM calibration updates, etc. because the quality of their products is suffering from constantly hiring new inexperienced engineers. Not new problems, just new engineers! Whatever, it keeps the techs busy. How about increasing profits by not having to pay for so many warranty repairs. Cummins nosurance health care is a joke and they seem to find a way to pay out less variable comp. every year. I recommend finding a company that values you, NOT CUMMINS! This is a recurring theme here!

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"Toxic environment" gets overused, but it's a perfect description of the Cummins Cultureā„¢. I cannot speak of CES specifically, as I used to work in the Engine Business, Managers will either micromanage because they think their employees are id--ts (and/or because they are low-wage workers that need to be micromanaged), or they will be MIA and not manage at all because they're too busy rubbing elbows with and kissing the as--s of their superiors to try to get ahead.

(Also, don't call them "managers". They're "coaches" because that is a lot softer of a term and when they lay you off, it's just like "getting cut from the high school football team" or something like that)

Expect a layoff every 2-3 years. As a consequence of that, also expect a lot of turnover as people realize Cummins doesn't value them or they get out on their own accord instead of sitting around waiting for the axe to fall on them.

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