Thread regarding L3Harris Technologies layoffs

What's current severance?

I can't find if any changes were made since the start of the pandemic. I've been here ten years and if it's at least two weeks per year, I'd be more than happy to take severance and leave and never look back. I've had enough of this place but I don't want to walk away empty-handed, especially if layoffs are a guarantee.

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Post ID: @OP+1h0lmmg8

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It's another HR question. Seriously, these people have nothing better to do all day.

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Post ID: @1aekx+1h0lmmg8

Hold on to your job. There is a 30% chance that recession will hit in the next few months of the year and a 50% chance of hitting next year. That's what the Goldman Sachs CEO just said.
With inflation still increasing, and perhaps continuing to increase, the retirement check may not be enough especially if you get sick or something drastic happens like the house gets washed away/flood/burnt. Six months of emergency savings isn't going to cut it.
Keep your mouth shut, do the work, and keep your job. At least until the recession is over.

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Post ID: @12khs+1h0lmmg8

one week per year if they choose to give you one. If you're an exec, then they shower you with millions or hundreds of thousands

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Post ID: @Nvhf+1h0lmmg8

There is no severance. They just take your badge and tell you to leave.

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Post ID: @Ghat+1h0lmmg8

If you don't know your severance or any other pay, you are just as pathetic as the people leading this loser company.

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Post ID: @Dllk+1h0lmmg8

There should be a policy somewhere. In the early days of L-3 Communications every division was its own show but in the past few years they have centralized and consolidated quite a bit.

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Post ID: @htrs+1h0lmmg8

Here in Florida they just fire you, no severance.

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Post ID: @gphi+1h0lmmg8

Lol you think you'd be getting a severance? Trust me, you're not. Those days are over.

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Post ID: @gobf+1h0lmmg8

Harris pre-L3 was one week per year with 2 week minimum.

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Post ID: @4qls+1h0lmmg8

I just left the Greenville (pronounced "Greenvuhl") a few weeks ago as the Director over my area (initials C.C.) is a complete and total mo--n. Stunningly, this worthless carry-over from the legacy L3 side of the house MUST have donkey pictures on members of senior leadership to have kept her job this long. Then again, maybe she's the one doing the "jobbing" which should fit in nicely with the proclivities of "Sir Cube'ness". Think about it as there's no other logical way this person has hung onto their position for this long.

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Post ID: @3pwg+1h0lmmg8

Here's food for thought. I was a great performer at L3 and then L3H for 8 yrs. Usually a 4-4.5 performance on perf evaluation. Raises at best were 3-3.5% and best bonus I ever recieved was $150.

Left when new manager treated me like cr-p. Found another job making 45% more money. First years bonus was $6k. Last years bonus was $8k. This year will be even higher.

Do I miss my coworkers at L3H.
Yes i do.
Do i miss the Awful managment and core culture of L3H.
Not even for a single second.

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Post ID: @2osb+1h0lmmg8

Glad I don't have to deal with this L3H garbage ever again.

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Post ID: @2mxg+1h0lmmg8

Recession is about to hit - so might want to rethink about leaving. Everything is getting more and more expensive and will be for the next couple of years. Even with labor shortage, layoffs will start since companies need to make shareholders happy. Some companies have already started laying off employees.

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Post ID: @2ghj+1h0lmmg8

Well late last year severance was only one week per years worked.

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