I have been saying for the last few years that RCA/THOMSON/Technicolor does not want to be in manufacturing. Evidence is the continued layoffs in Connected Home. When I came to work for RCA there were over 30,000 employees. THOMSON bought RCA and... — read more
TECHNICOLOR PLANT IN HUNTSVILLE,AL IS GETTING READY TO CLOSE AT THE END OF 2019 THEY JUST SHUT DOWN NIGHT SHIFT, THEY SENDING PEOPLE HOME EARLY,, EMPLOYEES ARE MOST TEMP SERVICE EMPLOYEES, AND THEY BUSS IN PRISONERS. , COMPANY NEEDS NEW MANAGEMENT,
Technicolor is continuing their destruction of Scientific-Atlanta/Cisco/Connected Devices employees. To be fair it was mostly Cisco and their Upper Management asshats that thought they could force the SP customers to throw out there billion $$ RF... — read more
In case somebody missed it, Technicolor will lay off 160 employees starting with March 17. They will be let go from Olyphant plant, which makes me wonder if anybody will be left there afterwards... — read more
Indianapolis office is closing, 95 people are being laid off. This seems to be a big month for Technicolor and layoffs. Wonder who is next...
Technicolor executive management (let's say directors and up) never share information and keep to themselves, there is no communication down to employees in the trenches... Execs are in this game just to make a ton of money and keep their jobs - they... — read more
Technicolor got rid of the hardest working people and left the useless people that know how to work the politics to keep their jobs.. For a change, please spin off Technicolor France, there is no growth there. Technicolor should not lay off the... — read more
Technicolor Connected Home was doing excellent before the CISCO SPVSS unit was acquired. A massive layoff started of good hardworking LOYAL technicolor people that worked hard to turn the company around to what it was 2 years ago. Now, almost every... — read more
WARN filed with the State of California. 71 laid off. Bad.