Thread regarding GE Aviation layoffs

I take it all with a grain of salt

I’m not saying GE can’t be a much better company, but I’m not quite so sure that everyone who has left is wealthier and happier now. I always take those stories with a grain of salt because I know a few people who left and would now gladly come back here because it turns out the grass isn’t much greener elsewhere. Why are people deciding to leave GE all of a sudden?

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What does this have to do with layoffs? If you were a competent HR employee you would find a job that pays more and doesn’t require you to troll gossip boards.

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Post ID: @3yog+1eGZr9qi

The grass always looks greener but in reality it's just different grass.

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Post ID: @3ino+1eGZr9qi

For every 1 person that leaves they can pay 10 Mexicans the same salary combined.

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HR exit interviews should reveal the reasons for leaving, if indeed the company is doing this. Everyone is different, but the company should be looking for the common denominators. I personally see good to top personnel leaving for an upward career change (title, pay, benefits, etc.) that they feel is unobtainable by staying here. They are not being recognized for a “job well done” or any other plausible reasons that would warrant a promotion or salary raise. Some are just bored. Others are taking advantage of the many opportunities now that are opening up in other companies and preferable areas of the US. I am really surprised that I have not heard even one person say, “ I really messed up. I should have stayed!”. The company is also splitting up in a couple of years. What will this mean for everyone? A lot of confusion in the ranks. Are there enough chairs when the music stops? Are you going to take that chance? And of course, “Choose wisely “.

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