Thread regarding GE Digital layoffs

Just rumors or....

Or is there some truth in the rumors I hear these days that cuts will follow? Does anyone have any insight? I’ve been worried since I heard those rumors and I hope it’s just people wanting to stir the pot.

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Post ID: @OP+1gZjXNhz

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That Dude is out - good riddance and what a breath of fresh air from new leader. Outgoing = hack in the worst way

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Post ID: @Umia+1gZjXNhz

Still tremendous upgrade if only that one position changes

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Post ID: @Usso+1gZjXNhz

So most of mgmt team stays intact ( w grid changeover) ?

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Post ID: @Tboy+1gZjXNhz

So the extra Grid Software GM took package?

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Post ID: @Rrxl+1gZjXNhz

Early retirement packages being accepted and Reese said it still won’t “span the gap”. Waiting for a letter. Again. The only people that ever enjoy peace of mind at GED are the execs that will be bonused for making it happen.

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Post ID: @Ntej+1gZjXNhz

When are there not rumors about cuts???

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Post ID: @ndmd+1gZjXNhz

There are numerous nonperformers and/or overpaid mgmt left over pre-culp that can be cut from ged

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Post ID: @6adj+1gZjXNhz

Not a rumor. Straight from the horse's mouth.

https://www.americanmachinist.com/news/article/21243358/ge-to-cut-2b-in-operating-costs-in-2022-general-electric

"It also will seek to reduce its labor costs and increase operating efficiency, Culp indicated..."

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Post ID: @6wlm+1gZjXNhz

Economic conditions are tough. House of cards falls when wind begins to blow

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