In 2023, Boeing plans to undertake employment reductions in the finance and human resources divisions of the aerospace industry, resulting in the loss of about 2,000 jobs, the company stated.
“Through a combination of attrition and layoffs, we anticipate around 2,000 reductions, largely in Finance and HR, “In a statement on Monday, Boeing stated. “Even though no one has been informed of a job loss, we will keep providing honest information so that people may plan.
The business, which has moved its headquarters to Arlington, Virginia, stated that it anticipates “substantially growing” its whole personnel this year. According to the statement, “We increased Boeing’s personnel by 15,000 last year and intend to hire another 10,000 people this year with a concentration on engineering and manufacturing.”
As of December 31, 2022, there were 156,000 people working for Boeing, according to the business.
According to The Seattle Times, one of the top private employers in Washington state, Boeing, proposes to outsource nearly a third of the positions being cut to Tata Consulting Services in Bengaluru, India.
The corporation will cut the other roles as it makes savings in finance and support services for human resources, according to Mike Friedman, a senior director of communications, who spoke to the Times.
Some of our company functions have expanded significantly over time. And bureaucracy or disjointed, ineffective systems frequently accompany such expansion, according to Friedman. We’re streamlining, then.
Approximately 1,500 of the company’s 5,800 financial roles will be eliminated, according to The Times, and up to 400 more positions in human resources could also be eliminated. This represents nearly 15% of the department’s overall employment.