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ERRRRRR

Philippines

#1 Nov 19, 2008
Lear PETC is a low cost engineering site but i cant project what might happen in the up coming future..

Could anybody project what would be the faith of LEAR Philippine Engineering and Technology Centre (Lear PETC)..

Our 3 manufacturing plants here in the philippens had just started cutting jobs and it is expected to cut 2000 more jobs this year end
truth

London, UK

#2 Nov 19, 2008
wanna keep ya jobs make ya labour so cheap they cant go elsewhere. China and India do.
Bush

Montmorenci, IN

#3 Nov 19, 2008
ERRRRRR wrote:
Lear PETC is a low cost engineering site but i cant project what might happen in the up coming future..
Could anybody project what would be the faith of LEAR Philippine Engineering and Technology Centre (Lear PETC)..
Our 3 manufacturing plants here in the philippens had just started cutting jobs and it is expected to cut 2000 more jobs this year end
If the auto suppliers get a bailout you can bet your ass you wont see any money your way!

Since: Mar 07

AOL

#4 Nov 19, 2008
ERRRRRR wrote:
Lear PETC is a low cost engineering site but i cant project what might happen in the up coming future..
Could anybody project what would be the faith of LEAR Philippine Engineering and Technology Centre (Lear PETC)..
Our 3 manufacturing plants here in the philippens had just started cutting jobs and it is expected to cut 2000 more jobs this year end
whats the matter you getting a penny more an hour than china.
Former Lear Employee

Griffin, GA

#5 Nov 20, 2008
My friends in Southfield said layoff is on because of cut in production.
opon

United States

#6 Nov 21, 2008
bro ERRRRRR,
where did you get that figure(2000)?
any idea on what package they will give for the severance pay?
opon

United States

#7 Nov 23, 2008
layoffs is on hold....(reason: no budget)

does this mean....Lear Cebu would file bankruptcy by next year?

ERRRRRR?
jackal

Ireland

#8 Nov 27, 2008
hows LEAR US? still surviving????
jackal

Ireland

#9 Nov 27, 2008
i think lear-cebu will not last long after it was taken over by spaniards and lear-china is currently growing to erase lear-cebu
hickman

Canada

#10 Dec 1, 2008
Hey ERRRRRR,
is engineering for wire harnesses done at the PETC or also in Southfield?
I am currently doing research on wire harnesses and would liek to talk to a couple of people in engineerign abotu harnesses. Do you know who to call?
Thx.
Jakan

Sundbyberg, Sweden

#11 Feb 28, 2009
What's the latest news from Lear's operations in Cebu ?
ERRRRRR wrote:
Lear PETC is a low cost engineering site but i cant project what might happen in the up coming future..
Could anybody project what would be the faith of LEAR Philippine Engineering and Technology Centre (Lear PETC)..
Our 3 manufacturing plants here in the philippens had just started cutting jobs and it is expected to cut 2000 more jobs this year end
Jakan

Sundbyberg, Sweden

#12 Feb 28, 2009
What's the latest news from Lear's operations in Cebu ?
dakote

Singapore, Singapore

#13 Mar 16, 2009
PETC laid off another 20+ monthlies associates.

Cebu Plants to follow...
ex-lear

Lexington, KY

#14 Mar 30, 2009
it is very sad when people are being laid off. it is not easy getting a job these days. and from what i have heard laid off people are just being paid 50% of their monthly salary times the number of years they were with the company. How could anyone survive with that? Unless you can get a job that quickly?!
dakote

Singapore, Singapore

#15 Mar 31, 2009
yup!

and more to come....
if i hear it right Plants will lay off dailies this april 3 and april 15 for monthlies.
X-Lear_13857

Philippines

#16 Apr 16, 2009
I'm one of the employees that was laid-off last March 12, 2009 and I understand why are they doing that. Actually, it's a blessing on disguise on my part because I'm much happier right now. I'm much happier because of the pay. LOL!

Anyways, Thanks LEAR for every thing and didn't regret that you have laid-me-off.
doom

Tampa, FL

#17 Apr 17, 2009
Lear Cebu, is fast reducing heads. from the previous 3 wire harness plants, its now reduced to 2. And still planning to reduce it to 1. hundreds of employees are loosing jobs.
FORMER PETC EMPLOYEE

Houston, TX

#18 Apr 23, 2009
http://www.cnbc.com/id/29640663/...

LOOK AT THE SLIDE
ERRRRRR wrote:
Lear PETC is a low cost engineering site but i cant project what might happen in the up coming future..
Could anybody project what would be the faith of LEAR Philippine Engineering and Technology Centre (Lear PETC)..
Our 3 manufacturing plants here in the philippens had just started cutting jobs and it is expected to cut 2000 more jobs this year end
FORMER PETC EMPLOYEE

Houston, TX

#19 Apr 23, 2009
http://www.cnbc.com/id/29640663/...

just a caution. from here in the US.
lapulapu

San Pedro, Philippines

#20 Apr 23, 2009
Looking at the current condition it appears that petc will be going back to the manufacturing plants. You know what will happen next.
With the headcount reduction and merging of groups some are expected be retrenched... with only 50% pay x the number of years.
And one more thing, somebody from a top ranking position is doomed to be included.

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