Thread regarding General Electric Co. layoffs

So Happy for GE Schenectady!!

So glad that the union pigs at that plant are getting what they deserve and that the pathetic white collar folks who were too unskilled or too scared to move on years ago will finally be forced to do so. Life in the real world with real world expectations is almost here for all you, and it will be a brutal change of pace and lifestyle.
If the Power business is still owned by GE in two years, it will only be because no one was d-mb enough to buy it.
A pathetic end that is well deserved by the pathetic losers that are left.
Left there ten years ago by my own free will and it was the best professional decision that I ever made. Back then a GE resume was still a point of pride. Nowadays it’s a black mark and frowned upon by many hiring managers (I’m one of them).
Merry Christmas!
Pathetic.

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Whoever wrote the original post has deep rooted psychological disorders…. 10 years according to them and they still have not moved on.. Are u that guy they caught in the woman’s bathroom? I bet u are…….

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Post ID: @4upj+1ec7retx

You are too full of p-ss and vinegar to even qualify for Mike’s way.

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Post ID: @4hqz+1ec7retx

Seems like there is alot of animosity between the T rates and higher rates. No surprise. That was a bad decision by GE to have 2 different pay rates

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Post ID: @3vir+1ec7retx

Hes the hiring manager at Jersey Mike's that hired that T rate.

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Post ID: @3fgf+1ec7retx

Yeah, you’re a “hiring manager” 😂😂😂😂, so your on this site looking for employees!?!? Get a life loser.

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Post ID: @2zwn+1ec7retx

1hud+1ec7retx Or people are checking in with 301 just because what happened to them in/or at their plant previously over the last 20 years is the same thing happening with these workers today. Retiree healthcare left in 2015 bro, pension only concern left and 301 to get info.

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Post ID: @1cpf+1ec7retx

Cool story Bro! Jealous of somebody who had the ba--s to make a decision and now gets to know what it's like to feel "Proud". You have fun living in despair.

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Post ID: @1pgd+1ec7retx

Imagine being so proud of leaving that you check back on a layoff site an entire decade later. I got news for you if you truly moved on you wouldn't have wasted part of your life typing that.

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Post ID: @1lil+1ec7retx

I don't know of a single person who left GE and now regrets it. I do know of several who wish they got in sooner only because they'd be in a better position than they are now with everything that's going on. The retirees that I know are more concerned about what will happen with their healthcare insurance. Not so much about their pension. As for those who are no longer affiliated with GE that check-in and comment on this site, I doubt they are bored. They have probably been wondering if they made the right decision to leave. That's natural to think like that. Coming here to see what's being talked about only confirms that they made the right decision. Their haters wish they were free from GE and are only jealous and envious of them. Their choice of words proves it.

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