Thread regarding Ford layoffs

Will newly hired FCG be affected?

Will newly hired FCG be affected? Based on what you see in the past 10 20 30 yrs experience ?

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru

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Yes - because when cuts happen across a company, the first thing to go is training. And in this case a group of inexperienced college grads who won't get settled into their role for another 1-3 years are prime target during the next round of layoffs.

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru-7rhd

Honestly, it is hard to tell. I heard back on the day FCGs are on the safe side, but my recommendation don't take it for granted.

Just prepare for the worst case scenario

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru-4qyb

In the last round 10 years ago they laid off an entire FCG class on the last day of orientation. Ignore people saying not to worry.

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru-2eob

Thanks FCGs are the lifeblood of the company. They won't be letting you go until you get 20+ years and are making too much money. But Hackfat will be pushing up daisies by then. So you have a chance.

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru-ngg

Dude, don't worry I'm actively looking so maybe it'll save the spot. To be honest, not had a great time here in my 2 years (independent of layoff stuff).

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru-iab

Don't sweat it, even if you do get laid off, you can always re-apply. That's the sh-- GM is pulling and Father Ford will be forced to do the same. F--- Hackett

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru-nct

No one is safe. Plan for the worst and hope for the best.

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Post ID: @Y6TyZru-fgp

Yes so they dont get sued for just letting the old timers go.

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