Thread regarding L3Harris Technologies layoffs

Raises

over time, L3Harris will lose the most productive employees due to well-below earned annual pay raises. Great producing employee 3.2% Slacker 1.9% It's a shame. Final result...60+ yr old sub-par employee base waiting for 65.

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Feel for you. Worked with both L3 anf Harris years ago. As an outside objective observer- let me share that those are reasonable raises. My co hasn’t had a raise for most in 7-10 years. FWIW- don’t think it’s great elsewhere.

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Post ID: @vcww+1cKRo7o9

Kids these days. Renting, not owning and drowning from student loans. Elected a politically correct puppet and his gal pal to cancel all that debt. Did that happen? Nope.
You got duped. Enjoy the triple digit payments that will take decades to dissolve.
Welcome to adulthood, Democratic Party style.

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Post ID: @pwpq+1cKRo7o9

You all have brain damage caused by lead poisoning and it shows. Please retire already. You are all despised whether you realize it or not.

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Post ID: @mxnp+1cKRo7o9

Thanks, I will retire. DEBT FREE AND CLEARLY NOT AS FOOLISH AS YOU ARE.
Put a spellcheck app on your holiday wish list. You need it.

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Post ID: @dxow+1cKRo7o9

I'm not a "younger generation" employee and have certification from Microsoft.
I can code and have advanced computer programming ability. (So, watch your prejudice.)

Furthermore, I can spell. The word you were trying to express is "literally" and you couldn't bother to properly type it. (Your version was spelled as "litteraly" which is wrong.)
It's probably because I don't spend twenty hours of out every day texting. I have a real education and understand grammar. I also have common sense. Your id--tic statement about employees who "protect upper management" is absurd.

I may very well be older. I may end up in a wheelchair someday.
But at least I'm not an ignorant fool. Whatever age you are, it's clear you ride a bus that's a bit shorter than the rest.

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Post ID: @cuqo+1cKRo7o9

The younger generations know basic computer skills and boomers do not.

The younger generations don't care. Yes this is true from what they have seen. Corporations DO NOT CARE ABOUT YOU! Why put in the extra effort for litteraly no reason.

The younger generations don't protect upper management. They are fully aware of the incompetence of the boomer management class but get tired of repeating issues and getting ignored.

The younger generations understand that you need to change jobs every 3 to 5 years to see any real pay raise. There is 0 incentive to stay at a company longer than that.

There, fixed it for you. Now take your 73 year old attitude and your 2 rental properties and retire. You are obsolete and none of us can move up in our careers as long as your wheelchair is in the way.

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Post ID: @cdgc+1cKRo7o9

Where is this 3.2% figure coming from?
I never saw any raise at all. Lots of overtime but that was it.

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Post ID: @5gcy+1cKRo7o9

Phone your helicopter mom. She can call your congressman.

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Post ID: @3igm+1cKRo7o9

They WANT to lose this workforce. Several reasons:

  • The younger generation is already in high debt from student loans and employers know they will take lower salary offers
  • The younger generation aspires to less and protects those in upper management from feeling challenged (since they themselves are outdated)
  • The younger generation will accept lower standards because they already work with an 'I don't care' mentality

It's a win-win for the lazy Human Resources team and a win-win for the overpaid executive team. All that loses out are those who are skilled and older along with the customers waiting two years for their orders to ship.

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Post ID: @1sym+1cKRo7o9

Lol they are about to lose 30% percent of their workforce. All they will be left with is these pro police state boomers. Good luck everyone!

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Post ID: @1ncm+1cKRo7o9

Pay raise?
All that I saw was a $25.00 holiday gift card and a lousy little party thrown in our cafeteria (in which they ordered one little Chick-Fil-A sandwich per person) that lasted a half hour.
Big deal. If you got a raise, take it and be quiet.

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Post ID: @chr+1cKRo7o9

That's not quite accurate, as the sub-par performers may get no raise and the top performers will get a little better than 3.2%... but the overall story is true. Your sharp young engineers are not so impressed to get five or even six percent raises when they think that they can get a 20% boost by jumping ship.

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