What is everyone's take on the latest NO changes at GEBH??
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A lot of overpaid-underworked people. Need to clean the swamp.
Don't need pensions in shetlands. Nothin to do there and the only thing to eat is pie beans n chips.
Where is the UK pension pot went???HMRC now involved??
Hey baker boy why u no have pension? GE throw yu under bus 😂😂
Cat is out of the bag and no pension. Only losers work for zero pension 😩😩
GIMMIE DEM BHI BENEFITS. GE's benefits are so terrible.
Huge Buttocks of fire...aye
Ha ha with the pay cuts coming next year more pay off and now confirmation of no pension BH is just going further down the pan.
Only total losers would still work for them.
Hey I never signed up to no pension. Wha the f--- is going on.
The pension stops from next year but that's supposed to be confidential ffs
Num nuts that e mail is private and confidential. So why have you put it on here
You have to be a knob scoffer
Are people in this company as thick as they look? Waste of an education working here.
No more integration?
I don't get your logic. As I understand it, GE doesn't own BHGE. They own stock in BHGE. What GE wants is cash (and to exit O&G). If GE were to trash BHGE, the stock price would be worthless and they would be shooting themselves in the foot and miss out on the cash they need. No doubt GE wants to sell their stock. Problem is there aren't many with the cash to buy it. So GE wants to keep the stock price up and try to sell it as quickly as legally possible. What comes after that is another story.
No doubt about it GE is going to shaft BHGE big time to help get out of the mess they're in.
Isn't the BHI pension and RMA being eliminated in 2018?
Legacy BHI benefits are MUCH better
As legacy GE, hope the legacy BH benefit plan that is saved (for the moment) is better than GE's and we have a chance to move over.
The writing is on the wall. They are circling the wagons preparing for the inevitable release from GE. In a sense, it is probably a good thing that BHGE is at least aware that GE is going to try and do everything they legally can do to get out of the current situation. So in that sense, it's somewhat positive. Better than BHGE ignoring it and then being "blind-sided" by it a few months from now.