This isn't McDonald's or Starbucks or Walmart perhaps the people from Chicago need to come down to Seattle to see what it really takes to put a plane together, seems as though they've been stuck in Chicago wait too long.
If this company makes building planes with Walmart wages, the turnover and quality will huge!
This was in the news yesterday. Article : "Analysis: Boeing, Washington" is the title of the news item.
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That's right you heard it here first Boeing's pension is $20 billion under funded. For anyone who votes for this new contract your pension will be sold into an annuity or rolled over into the 401k new pension. If this pension is mismanaged, the annuity could be cut for future & past employees retired.
Tell McNerney to reduce his 265,000 a-month pension!
Tell McNerney to drop his pushed to make every Boeing employees 70 before they can retire.
Tell McNerrney to reduce his top-heavy management, thereby by saving money and improving communication.
Tell McNerney to stop thinking of his employees as a problem, they are the ones who continue to bill you out!
The problems are much deeper than Stonecipher and condit. Management still has no clue how to communicate or how to get the best from their employees. They just find reasons to offload. Much too arrogant to really ask any good questions. Get rid of all first level, yes.
Get rid of top level too. 2 billion savings.
Big improvement in communication. And I figured it out making less than 100k.
Most of the younger group don't realize the dollar lost 95% of its purchasing power. So if you're now getting wages comparable to other businesses around Puget Sound, Boeing doesn't look so attractive anymore. If this contract goes through there will be much more turnover and quality drop. I've talked to some of the savvier younger people and they're looking to get out of the company if this passes.
You can only squeeze people so far before it makes the job under desirable. What the company really needs to do start cutting its layers of management who are just about worthless. You can save billions here! Besides communication would be much more effective without them. Boeing has become so top heavy, and will likely to increase as people desperately move out of production to management.
The strikes in the past to keep the pension alive will be in vain. I guess we'll see if it's members can be bought off so cheaply.
Has anyone even thought of how much inflation will affect your wages by 2024?
Boeing is going to steal this one from the union. I see much more turnover in the years to come, quality will also suffer. This isn't Starbucks or McDonald's were talking about, this is an airplane company!
Millions of parts are made to fit in the most complex system. Boeing made a big mistake with the 787 and outsourcing. I guess we'll find out if they learned anything.
If Boeing wanted to save money, get rid of all the layers of management! Employees actually do the work. Managers chase product. Meetings are endless.
Another sign of media working with corporations, deciding vote before the actual vote?