Topics regarding layoffs at Textron

Topics regarding layoffs at Textron

Absurd ethics violations

It’s becoming ridiculous. If any run of the mill employee remotely gets close to non-compliance with HR policies, you are forever doomed. All at the same time we have SLT members blatantly giving tens of thousands of dollars of favors to their... —  read more 

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Almost no work

More than anything, it worries me that I have almost no work to do. I've never had less work to do. For a long time now, almost all day long, there is nothing to occupy my time. What to do when there's no work to be done and you can't find another... —  read more 

December 8th

Wel, there it is. All employees in a company with a government contract MUST be vaccinated by December 8th. Doesn't matter if u work from home or if you do work on the contract or not. Buckle up buttercup, it's about to get real.

NetJet wants more

Orders are up and things are only getting why won't HR get out of the way and hire people who don't have aviation experience but have relatable experience? At least that way they can be trained before all he-l breaks loose.

Longitude line move

We were told line moves to west campus by end of 2021, but now some are saying end of 2022. Anyone got more info? Also heard they are going to start a sister line for the Longitude starting next year on West campus.

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Selling things?

Someone mentioned in one of the posts that the next logical step that will follow is selling off property. I hope for the best case scenario, but I still think that will follow because there are some things we can do without. And I wonder what you... —  read more 

East Campus

I figure by April or May Textron will consolidate everything over to west campus. No reason to keep east campus and it will save ALOT of money, which they will need to pay back the HUGE loans they took out. Get ready for more layoffs, start saving... —  read more 


Covid running rampant at Textron so the answer is to mandatory holidays and send ppl to other departments...wouldn't this increase risk instead of limiting it.

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Covid contact tracking

Whoever is being used for tracking contacts of covid is so slow that before anyone is contacted multiple ppl are showing signs. This is going to cause more furloughs and or layoffs due to missed deliveries.

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Covid 19 policy

Just a heads up, if you are kicked out of the daily screening form, and forced to quarantine, the third time it happens and you have no time to cover it, you are subject to the attendance policy. In other words, follow the rules and get fired anyway... —  read more 

So tired of guessing

It's going to be layoffs next week, no it'll be furloughs next month, no it's layoffs after all, no we're all good for a while... It's so tiring to know something is definitely coming but having no idea when and how. It's emotionally draining and... —  read more 


Word on the floor is furlough for the week of Thanksgiving. Metalbond has off9 been told. Anyone else?

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Word in the plant is that all of W-7 is going on furlough starting the week of Thanksgiving until January 11th. Maybe a skeleton crew here and there.


W7 is being told that they are going on furlough at the end of the month (September) they asked for volunteers for the longitude.

Strike !!!!

Stinking Cessna Union Members don't know how to strike. They just buy whatever the company offers. It a good thing us Beech Union Members will stand strong against the company and let Cessna Union Members ride our backs to get a good contract.

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