Thread regarding Kraft Heinz layoffs

June 1 changes

Does anybody know more about the changes at Kraft that are supposed to be announced on June 1?

Somebody said in another thread that employees will not like the changes they have planned, which has me really worried and wondering what it might be.

Any info would be appreciated.

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7

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Hiring Supervisors with no factory experience, no job experience at all, only know what they have read in a book.

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-Yvdd

I bet you will not hear of any floor people getting their job back.

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-Qldj

Supervisors coming back to Champaign

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-Qhzx

Fort Smith Arkansas, why would you want a new Human Resource Manager? Everyone on the floor knows what is going to happen because the manager runs home and tells her husband (floor employee) what is going to happen and when, then he tells everyone on the floor. Not sure why or how the H.R. Manager is allowed to be over her husband.I used to work there as a part of management and everyone is intimated by the fact that his wife is the H.R. Manager so he receives no discipline. But everyone on the floor loves all the information. So glad I left.

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-Oxtg

Avon is losing one of our skus to garland tx...the new plant manager lasted a whopping 6 wks before deciding retirement was a better option...so avon is pretty much freaking out because garland is kicking their a-- in cost and they cant figure out how to fix it...and the workforce is starting to entertain job opportunities elsewhere.

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-sjml

Great news for Fort Smith Arkansas Plant!!!! Our plant manager is leaving!!! Going to Winchester VA. Now all we need is a new Human Resource Manager!!

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-8nlp

Yes. I posted the other thread about June 1st changes. Some call project fenix. At Fort Smith Arkansas plant it consist of more job cuts from the floor, replacing full time employees with temporary workers, changing overtime policy, speeding up machinery, scheduling changes for some departments. This has been happening to our plant every 3 to 6 months for the past 2 years. Management let's the chaos die down and then it all starts again. No job is safe.

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-7voe

So what happened in Avon?

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-6vyu

What other thread? I don't see anything.

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Post ID: @Tpa98Z7-4cas

Probably changes related to project fenix which is being/has been rolled out across the company: jobs cuts, schedule changes, overtime rules etc. in order to cut costs (only thing 3g knows).

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