Let's see how much good talent quits due to the big wigs thinking people are more effective in the office. Forced office work is a thing of the past and management is blind as a bat having employees report to the office
Big surprise, they're pushing a possibly unconstitutional executive action to mandate jabs in the arm by December. No word on how they'll safeguard that personal medical information, and how they'll compensate for side effects of the experimental... — read more
With diversity officers, inclusion councils, and thought management roles, it is clear the focus has shifted to pandering to social movements. The change has been subtle at the company so far but gaining speed in the past year. This might not be... — read more
Almost 4,000 fully vaccinated people in Massachusetts have tested positive for COVID-19 (yahoo.com) David Aaro Tue, June 22, 2021, 2:23 AM Nearly 4,000 fully vaccinated people in Massachusetts have tested positive for COVID-19, according to... — read more
Delta Covid-19 Variant Likely to Become Dominant in U.S., CDC Director Says - WSJ Delta Covid-19 Variant Likely to Become Dominant in U.S., CDC Director Says Public-health officials say vaccinations are key to holding virus in check Covid-19... — read more
Here is a thread for Nuclear layoffs: @ZFH8fKe or thelayoff.com/t/ZFH8fKe
A handful of layoffs in HR. No management... of course. I thought private equity was supposed to be ruthless; it doesn't seem much has changed since the acquisition. Still the same leadership mentality... belly up to the BAR, guys.
3 mechanical engineers laid off mid July. At least 1 admin laid off mid July. 1 IT laid off mid September.
Won't hear about this on the local news (or any news). Those who are gone need to start going to the press and exposing it all. supposedly they aren't even giving you your vacation time left or anything. I have heard they aren't fighting any of... — read more
Other people have mentioned this, and it is completely true. We have too many managers on all levels in Westinghouse - and for some reason, they are always safe when it comes to layoffs. Why is that the case? Realistically, cutting some of the... — read more
So after getting rid of admins, SQO, liscencing, etc. during July - I'm hearing about another 30% cut across the board. Anyone know if this is true or not? Funny how you never hear of these kind of cuts with the executives (1 VP salary would have... — read more
Looks like since the business needs are changing they will be reducing head count. They've also communicated that by October the voluntary separations will be completed and they will have to re-evaluate to see how many folks will take the voluntary... — read more
They spread the layoffs out to avoid any kind of media attention. Good luck with the new CEO. Hopefully he can correct things, but I highly doubt anything will change. When it comes time to reduce headcount, performance doesn’t matter to HR and that... — read more
Administrative aides were let go today. 22 of them. Document control was slashed today. More coming before end of July (two days from now). Why isn't local news on this? You'd think they would be on this?
I am surprised that nobody is reporting layoffs? Hmmm, maybe the management owns this page...
What's the latest rumor on layoffs and reorg?
upper management making money via outsourcing/offshoring - only competence W management have https://www.cyient.careers/cyient-prague/ ...Our strategic customer relationships include delivering more than two million hours of professional services in... — read more
WIEC is Now Westinghouse Cyient Oct.2018 Formerly the Westinghouse India Engineering Center (WIEC), the strategic, global partnership between Westinghouse Electric Company and Cyient Inc. is now Westinghouse Cyient. Since 2010, the team has a proven... — read more
All of the so-called leaders are nothing more than bullies who hide behind their emails. Confront them and watch them cower and hide. You all deserve better than the losers you have running that place. Just remember, they’re getting paid. You’re not. — read more
Anyone have any idea how many people or what groups will be affected by ISPs now that the VSPs have been accepted?
10 percent in America announced today.
Looks like a small 25% reduction to shop floor in one location with a handful of salary. Who knows what will happen once Brookfield signs on the dotted line in September. If you have vacation use it.
So, how many people do we think will be laid off as part of the Brookfield Business Partners' acquisition of Westinghouse? I'm pretty sure that with the obligatory restructuring and reorganization, nobody is safe... — read more
As a former consulting engineer, management is clueless, the blind leading the blind. During my employment, management requested engineers to work a minimum of five non-paid hours per week. Just another way of saying "thank you for you service." The... — read more
Please post Nuclear layoffs updates in this thread - not sure if we have enough people on this board but if we do, let's concentrate on this thread.
The continuous threat of layoffs hanging over us is stressing me out so much that it is affecting my health. I am having trouble sleeping, my blood pressure is high, and my concentration is shot to hell. Not that Westinghouse cares, of course... — read more
I am a victim of Westinghouse layoff, job cuts, transfers what ever you want to call it. I got my notice with 28 yrs. of service at age 51 and all that was said is your service is no longer needed. I can only feel for those who are facing these same... — read more
We already lost over 700 people, and now we are looking at 1,500 more. I read somewhere that our CEO boasted about how motivated our employees are - does he really expect us to stay motivated after this? We will have weeks of fear, wondering if it's... — read more
Cutting 1500 heads at Cranberry HQ by end of October... cuts are happening every week.
Around 100 manufacturing workers at Westinghouse Electric in Rock Hill are among the victims of the closing of two nuclear plants, as they are being furloughed from their jobs. Those two closing seem to be a never-ending source of furloughs and... — read more
Westinghouse furloughed almost 900 employees in fallout from the canceled South Carolina nuclear project...
There are many businesses around the Pittsburgh area and around the country that were formerly Westinghouse divisions and have thrived since freeing themselves of the upper-level corporate structure. In my opinion (20 year Westinghouse employee)... — read more
Just look at the Circus W legacy - East Pittsburgh, Churchill R&D, Large Advanced Energy Systems and MTD, Trafford Power Circuit Breakers etc. etc. etc. Great engineers and terrible management. Cranberry Woods HQ is set for a sale. About the only... — read more
Danny ran this company into the ground and received a $19,000,000 separation package the hired on the RESTRUCTURING team to help rebuild what he tore down!!!
So much for Danny's "Right to Grow" strategy ... Short-sighted management decisions intended to expedite construction and increase profit have resulted in head count reductions and potentially threaten US leadership in the nuclear industry. The good... — read more
Approximately 310 reduction through attrition/retirement, 470 through layoffs. This will occur over the next 60 day. The CEO himself stated this during a global meeting on 7/31/17
This will all end in tears. Gutierrez can spin this in whatever direction he wants, but no way Jose... — read more
How many people are being laid off and what positions are being impacted?
Should we expect mass layoffs in April 2017 due to the bankruptcy? How bad is it gonna be?