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Rockwell Collins Layoffs 2022

Is this going to be an interesting year as it relates to Rockwell Collins layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?

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New Berlin WI closure announced today. 90 layoffs

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Post ID: @2fvth+1dLw7igJ

I believe this is going to happen. People don't have any work to do on the production floor. I have seen people sleeping and watching movies on their computers. Really who can pay people to do that.

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Post ID: @Xfod+1dLw7igJ

"Raytheon stated a 25% reduction in office space and up to 40% reduction in the work force for 2022." Can you give a source?

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Post ID: @asbd+1dLw7igJ

I would like to know why there have been no layoffs of any kind to the other 2 legacy Raytheon divisions. Only Pratt and Collins have been targeted for reductions.

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Post ID: @9nej+1dLw7igJ

The reduction in office space is coming from a typical place of hybrid and remote workforce. The reduction in people is coming from the top-down initiative to off shore jobs to India. The percentages I’m not positive on but I’ve seen enough L3 decks on both to know those are real.

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Post ID: @6cnp+1dLw7igJ

Is this exclusive to Collins? I have not heard anything relating to Raytheon’s legacy divisions having any closures or workforce reductions

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Post ID: @5svu+1dLw7igJ

I’m not disputing the percentages you stated, I’m just curious where those number were previously stated. I never saw anything relating to workforce, I did see the 25% footprint reduction.

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Post ID: @5ruo+1dLw7igJ

Raytheon stated a 25% reduction in office space and up to 40% reduction in the work force for 2022. It’s going to be a major of consolidation and heavy emphasis on cost cutting.

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