All new hires for power on hold as the industrial manufacturing sector is majorly slowing down. Customers are not spending like they once were. The risk assessment of a major materials are becoming less accessible. Putting the stock futures on a major downward spiral. The only offset action by Verona/Ge Power is to pause new hires along with major restructuring.
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Manufacturing businesses generally waits until January, February or March of each year to announce layoffs, if any. This is after assessing the upcoming business year (sales, workers needed, economic predictions, etc.) .
Thank you for keeping it real.
@9jnx+1k9qHQhK- there isnt going to be any layoffs to begin with. After that, if there where, those with 2007 service are in the top 175 on the seniority list, so do you really think someone with 2000 service is going to be laid off? It takes more than 200 to run the bar shop, not to mention sfo needs. So if there where to be a layoff, simple math could figure out that there wouldnt be a D rate laid off. But since there isnt going to be any, in fact still adding to the hourly workforce, there is no need to even ask stupid questions let alone actual questions.
Will that little "b" that is suing his own union and therefor fellow workers be laid-off?
Bye bye to more jobs:
Depends at what business you’re employed. GE Power at Wilmington, NC added about 200 high paying jobs recently and according to CEO they will hire another 300 in 2023.
Verona is also a cr---y town in central NY know for an Indian Casino and cheap cigs. OP likely thinking of that place vs Italy
More BS from those that have no life. Salary and hourly, its sad honestly that so many fall into that category. Those that half a brain that work in Schenectady know that orders being built for the next two years, are already paid for, that’s why there is active hiring going on. But keep spewing the BS, it gives the brainless something to do.
@mwh+1k9qHQhK: You're trying so hard to be profound with references to geography and literature. Then you go and write "sacre". What a school-boy howler!
Vernova, it is GE Vernova. Verona is a town in the north of Italy, famous - amongst other things - for being the hometown of Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare). Don't mix the sacre with the profane please.
@zcc+1k9qHQhK- Ha Ha Ha Ha good one! T’s are scared for their jobs.
GE has a history of over hiring, then having layoffs to “right size”. Apparently that’s where we’re at. Bring on the pink slips, SERO’s or VRIP’s to get rid of high cost employees and save some younger employees that actually want to be there.