Category: Boeing

Will Boeing Stop Matching 401(k) Contributions?

Boeing has just recently started offering a second round of voluntary layoff packages (VLO) to its employees. According to Fox Business the company had originally planned to cut 10% of its workforce but is now forced to go further. The layoffs come as no surprise as the Coronavirus pandemic has hit the air travel industry

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Top 10 articles read by Boeing Employees

1. Life after Boeing: Surviving a Bear Market in Retirement The recent market shift has put us in the midst of a bear market. Getting caught in a bear market early on in your retirement can really take a toll on a retiree’s assets. A number of my Boeing clients have reached out to me,

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10 Things You Need to do Before Leaving Boeing’s Payroll

As a recruiter my clients ask me all the time for tips on how to stay afloat while you’re in-between jobs. However, I’ve noticed people don’t often know what steps to take before they leave their current job. Here are a few suggestions of things to do before leaving Boeing. 1- Before you lose your job,

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Boeing Offers Staff Buyouts as Coronavirus Takes Toll

Boeing Co. is offering buyout packages to its workforce, the plane maker’s first major step to reduce labor costs as it grapples with the coronavirus pandemic’s deepening toll on global aviation. A Boeing spokesman said the company expected several thousand employees to accept voluntary layoffs or retire. However, Boeing executives increasingly believe potential involuntary layoffs

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7 Things to Consider Before Leaving Boeing

With Boeing announcing layoffs people, are understandably concerned for their future. If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of losing your job, there is a lot to process. Your mind is racing and you simply just don’t know how to operate. Loss of a job, especially for those with over 20 years of service, 

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