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In 2018 we are eliminating almost 7000 positions and closing factories on the power side. Sad but true. Many careers will be interrupted...
IT layoffs in early 2018. From both GS and CT. Affected sites mostly will be in Germany and USA. Parallel roughly to PS pattern.
We'll see how things pan out - the union is fighting back but it'll be hard. For now, it's all in Germany but it will trickle down to the USA as well. See More: /
Simens on the same way as GE . So far info has not reached the market as this what happened in GE. There is another issue in S which starts on c...
More cuts to come. Both Power and Gas and Process Industries businesses affected Retrenchment program could be biggest since at least 2015 Source:... read more
/ Well, frak.
From the article: However, the murmuring of layoffs at the Fort Madison plant have again returned. When asked what, if anything, will be happening to Siemens, a company spokesman had a brief response. “It is not accurate to say that the plant is... read more
/ Oh, and if you feel the need to tell me there are a million Siemens jobs all around the world, don't. I don't give a damn about jobs that are unattainable to me because my... read more
Siemens will belaying off 140 people from its Hutchinson assembly plant... Not sure if this is an isolated round, or if it will expand to other sites in the US... Considering Ericsson is planning to get rid of 25k workers, I guess we should consider... read more
The IT bloodbath is almost upon us. Atos isn't so bad, really ;)
The German Workers Unions won't let them lay off anyone. So, this means when Siemens needs to cut costs, American workers will always be disproportionately impacted. US is the single largest source of revenue for the company but the company treats... read more
I am surprised that the latest round of job cuts at Siemens Healthineers was not reported here. I guess Siemens Healthineers workers are too afraid to write
About 100. To be announced shortly.
There'll be no layoffs at Siemens in Montrose, at least for now... It seems that all the rumors came from a misunderstanding... Which is good for Montrose, but not so good for Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy in Tillsonburg, which will be closing... read more
Bad management and no transparency. they lie to the workforce. And management only cares about there bonus at the end of the year. Plus want workers to hurry up so that they get there bonus. The second round is going to be a bloodbath for sure. Human... read more
They just announced the plant in Tillsonburg will close, with 340 losing jobs. Around 200 were given notices right away, the rest will be gone by next January. This was pretty unexpected, I hope it stops at this. More info here:... read more
I've noticed that layoffs at Siemens are part of the annual budgeting process. I am one of those who've come to work for Siemens because of the company name. Unfortunately management is more concerned with their own well being. Not uncommon but a... read more
We're in process of laying off people at the Siemens manufacturing plant in Charlotte. Just over half are production blue collar jobs and almost half are white collar jobs. What is amazing is they won't even consider retirement packages for those... read more
What's the latest on the intergration? Anything?
What's the update here? Anyone has some info?
Any updates on the recent job cuts in Grand Prairie
I see no messages here? Why?
This has been happening since 2008, every year they keep cutting, Siemens is not immune to downturns and our current management is pretty harsh. Many people here in Germany are unhappy but I hear that this is a global issue for Siemens.
BROOKFIELD -- Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics on Silvermine Road will close and eliminate 256 jobs over the next two years as part of an international reorganization. The first layoffs will take place in September, with the bulk not to occur until the... read more
Trouble in Germany: Munich-based Siemens AG, Europe's largest engineering company, said on July 22 that it will eliminate more jobs on top of previously announced 17,000 reductions. "We are bracing for a continuously difficult and volatile... read more