Sounds like if you weren't a tech or an engineer you won't have a home in planning or PC. This ship is sinking. Letting a kid "Cassie "reorg. the company. And the new management... the good Ole boy system. FMC is a joke
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They are planning to use engineers in planning and the shop?
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It is a joke, and don't worry I did leave. I've never seen a company neglect their employees, especially technicians so bad. No raise, no structure, no opportunity to advance your career unless you know someone (experience does not matter). Just work 70 hours a week for no appreciation.
The reason that FMC hires "blue collar" people instead of college graduates like what's being whined about, is most of the engineering and planning positions are filled with morons straight out of college, that never had a job in their lives and partied at least 4 years of their life away with daddy's money. And now you're all so scared because you don't know how to do your job because you're so used to having everything given to you. Now is the time that the real workers are being recognized for what they know, and not how good planners/engineers are at copy and pasting. If you're a good planner/engineer, you have nothing to worry about, you will be taken care of. If you are a waste of space, you will be sent on your merry way to go and whine at some other company, most likely in another industry. Nut up or Shut up.
If FMC is such a joke, just leave. No one is forcing you to stay. Grow up.
Cash me outside how bout dat!!!!!!!
Your identities are known and your current activities on company assets are being tracked. Remain at your desks and security will be there shortly to escort you off the premise.
I can't help but to feel devalued, Bob White called all of us in a room to participate in a value stream mapping process and we were under the impression that this was to help us with some of the problems that we faced on a day to day and in reality the purpose was for them to see what we do day to day to help with there new planning org. That is like dating a girl to get close to her friend. FMC really values people. Thanks Bob
Funny how they went from hiring planners from the rotational planning program ( college graduates ) to blue collar. O and before that FMC used to hire veterans