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ex-lear

Barnesville, OH

#1 Jul 28, 2009
what is going on at lear morristown
butter

Nashville, TN

#2 Jul 29, 2009
nothing, donnie stroud is gone, bluegill is gone, half the front office is gone, salary personel are taking turns working two weeks, off two weeks,they're down to about 125, some new gm job is coming in, but it will only cover those laid off because gsa went out, so nothing new.
ex-lear

Barnesville, OH

#3 Nov 16, 2009
what new at morristown lear
Curious

Napoleon, OH

#4 Nov 16, 2009
How are things in Morristown
butter

Nashville, TN

#5 Nov 17, 2009
suppose to be starting new job soon, i don't know what it is, but it'll get a few back in
Jack Rabbit

Guelph, Canada

#6 Nov 19, 2009
butter wrote:
suppose to be starting new job soon, i don't know what it is, but it'll get a few back in
With any luck you'll get laid off from your new job too! ha ha ha ha loser!
butter

Nashville, TN

#7 Nov 25, 2009
Jack Rabbit wrote:
<quoted text>With any luck you'll get laid off from your new job too! ha ha ha ha loser!
first off dickcheese, i was referring to lear morristown starting a new job, as far as me getting laid off from my new job, fat chance, now, get off the site and look at porno and pleasure your pathetic self and let intelligent people converse.
Anonymous Management

Morristown, TN

#8 Sep 13, 2011
ex-lear wrote:
what is going on at lear morristown
Lear will be closing Morristown
After the new job meets its numbers by contract with auto makers lear will be phasing out production in this facility and transferring machinery to other locations. Many at the plant are counting on a newer union contract however the corperation has no intention on a renewal of a collective bargaining agreement with the union.
The union will be phasing out next year and sending union work to a different facility and dropping pay to all employees making all machine operators one pay grade as H2. Quality defects and restructuring will be the main cause for this closing. Decisions are already being made on a corp level. The first phase is to slow production which has already began, and begin layoffs.
newbieintheknow

Dandridge, TN

#9 Sep 15, 2011
Have a relative that works there and he says that he is seeing the writing on the wall. Meaning in his exact words "They are gonna take us down in pay again"..Meaning not a new contract..Just NO contract. Period. He says there are the idiots that are saying..No..just you wait the union will get us old hands better pay, etc. He just shakes his head. He said he did not believe they would get new people in @$10..and guess what? They did. Apparently, the quality is off the hook @ Lear. Every little thing is nit picked. He said when the frames go out..these things are so marked up, with paint markers, that they could be in art shops as "works of art". Colors here, colors there, to make sure every little thing is looked at! BTW what facility is Morristown work going to?
x lear

Morristown, TN

#10 Sep 15, 2011
lear morristown has been shutting it's doors for 20+ yrs and it is still there. i'll believe it when my former co-workers call me crying about it.
Good Luck

Toronto, Canada

#11 Sep 17, 2011
Anonymous Management wrote:
<quoted text>
Lear will be closing Morristown
After the new job meets its numbers by contract with auto makers lear will be phasing out production in this facility and transferring machinery to other locations. Many at the plant are counting on a newer union contract however the corperation has no intention on a renewal of a collective bargaining agreement with the union.
The union will be phasing out next year and sending union work to a different facility and dropping pay to all employees making all machine operators one pay grade as H2. Quality defects and restructuring will be the main cause for this closing. Decisions are already being made on a corp level. The first phase is to slow production which has already began, and begin layoffs.
bullshit. new seat track job going to morristown, kitchener is closing within 18 months.
IDK sidney

Springfield, OH

#12 Sep 30, 2011
fk lear & IAC
you wish

Morristown, TN

#13 Jul 2, 2012
Good Luck wrote:
<quoted text> bullshit. new seat track job going to morristown, kitchener is closing within 18 months.
Your front License plate. Funny Dave! be more creative with user names for god sake.
I would like to think you know R.L. Is destroying the facility.
You need to talk to our yours and mine common friend Jeff T from Louisville before your management team walks out on you.
I have already heard you have lost a few good team members.
R keeps you sheltered from everything and drags your team down like your current quality.
Lets test my knowledge and validate: R.L. his details about his trip up north and the heat from your boss who wants solutions not excuses.(yes we speak) Press Failures on a certian job I wont say here? Anyone can be replaced, Your active scrap tunnage? Are you tired of getting your balls busted over 2 specific issues on complaints that "CAN'T" be fixed but actually "CAN"? Clean House before someone else does. Your Not fixing the problem like you boss asked you. Getting your quality manager out of your office would be a clear indication that you have made an impact and changed your process. The message is clear,get involved in the process go out on the floor be a strong leader. Execute and implement real GMP's. Before you lose more "value added" members that can help you reach your goals. Have you even followed our EBITDA? This is a collective opinion not just mine. Thats why you have a "wolf among the sheep" to help us understand why we are losing money. Think about that people are not always who they appear to be... they adapt fit in and go unnoticed...

Since: Jul 12

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#14 Jul 24, 2012
Anonymous Management wrote:
<quoted text>
Lear will be closing Morristown
After the new job meets its numbers by contract with auto makers lear will be phasing out production in this facility and transferring machinery to other locations. Many at the plant are counting on a newer union contract however the corperation has no intention on a renewal of a collective bargaining agreement with the union.
The union will be phasing out next year and sending union work to a different facility and dropping pay to all employees making all machine operators one pay grade as H2. Quality defects and restructuring will be the main cause for this closing. Decisions are already being made on a corp level. The first phase is to slow production which has already began, and begin layoffs.
Stop trying to scare people, Lear is booming right now. No layoffs for a good while now they have been hiring like crazy, getting new machines in. Contract offer coming up in Sept.:)
Wake up Morristown

Morristown, TN

#15 Aug 24, 2012
Please please just read the april 2012 entry by Learon
Grand Rapids, MI
http://www.topix.com/forum/com/lea/TBT76H7DU3...

Sound scarry now??? Now read the whole post leading to that!

"lear roscommon will close due to the non ratification of a contract that was put forth via ultimatum sign or close. If it was true that roscommon would have gotten the work to stay open had they taken the small concessions that were asked this will turn out to be a huge mistake by the 1819.
uaw local 1819

Houghton Lake, MI

#16 May 19, 2013
Wake up Morristown wrote:
Please please just read the april 2012 entry by Learon
Grand Rapids, MI
http://www.topix.com/forum/com/lea/TBT76H7DU3...
Sound scarry now??? Now read the whole post leading to that!
"lear roscommon will close due to the non ratification of a contract that was put forth via ultimatum sign or close. If it was true that roscommon would have gotten the work to stay open had they taken the small concessions that were asked this will turn out to be a huge mistake by the 1819
Lear Roscommon is still open local 1819 on the 3rd vote accept the concessionary agreement. Chrysler did get moved into the plant and we currently are over 400 people
slow death in Canada

Kitchener, Canada

#17 May 19, 2013
uaw local 1819 wrote:
<quoted text>
Lear Roscommon is still open local 1819 on the 3rd vote accept the concessionary agreement. Chrysler did get moved into the plant and we currently are over 400 people
what Chrysler work do you do there?
Shar

Morristown, TN

#18 Jul 18, 2013
X and Butter who are you. Anyone on here know where our former co worker who moved to NY is now.
Curious

Columbus, NC

#19 Aug 2, 2013
Who is Phillip birchfield?
Dogman

Morristown, TN

#20 Sep 1, 2013
Curious wrote:
Who is Phillip birchfield?
It's me your FORMER LEAR PAL. How are things going for you? Me I'm still checking on things in Syosset, NY. Talked to them lately?

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