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波音公司将进一步评估疫情期间的员工规模

2020-7-30 11:02

 

这是2019年3月13日在美国芝加哥市中心波音总部拍摄的波音标志。(新华社/乔尔·勒纳)


波音公司总裁兼首席执行官戴夫·卡尔霍恩表示:“遗憾的是,新冠肺炎的长期影响导致我们的生产率进一步下降,商业服务需求下降,这意味着我们将不得不进一步评估我们的劳动力规模。”


新华社旧金山7月29日电波音公司总裁兼首席执行官戴夫·卡尔霍恩29日表示,公司将进一步评估新冠肺炎疫情期间的员工规模。


卡尔霍恩在致员工的信中写道,目前市场根本不支持提高产量水平,公司需要做出相应调整。


波音此前宣布,将通过自愿裁员、自然减职和非自愿裁员(ILOs)相结合的方式,在2020年净裁员10%,以适应更小的市场。


据卡尔霍恩称,受ILOs影响的第一波员工已于5月收到通知,公司将继续进行规模较小的分阶段裁员,以达到目标。他说:“经理们正在沟通从今天开始的最新一轮裁员潮。”


“遗憾的是,COVID-19的长期影响导致我们的生产率进一步下降,商业服务需求下降,这意味着我们将不得不进一步评估我们的劳动力规模,”卡尔霍恩指出。“这是一个艰难的消息。我知道,在这个已经充满挑战的时期,它增加了不确定性。今后,我们将尽可能减少对我们人民的影响。”


周三,波音公司公布第二季度收入118亿美元,按公认会计准则每股亏损4.20美元,运营现金流53亿美元,主要反映了COVID-19和波音737 MAX停飞的影响。


在商用飞机项目中,波音公司在2020年第二季度共交付了20架飞机。其中包括5月份交付给中国南方航空公司的两架777Fs。积压的飞机包括4500多架飞机,价值3260亿美元。

 

Photo taken on March 13, 2019 shows the Boeing logo at its headquarters in downtown Chicago, the United States. (Xinhua/Joel Lerner)

"Regretfully, the prolonged impact of COVID-19 causing further reductions in our production rates and lower demand for commercial services means we'll have to further assess the size of our workforce," Boeing's president and CEO Dave Calhoun said.

SAN FRANCISCO, July 29 (Xinhua) -- Boeing will further assess the size of its workforce amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the company's president and CEO Dave Calhoun said on Wednesday.

The market simply won't support higher output levels at this time, and the company needs to adapt accordingly, Calhoun wrote in a letter to employees.

Boeing previously announced a net 10 percent workforce reduction in 2020 through a combination of voluntary layoffs, attrition and involuntary layoffs (ILOs) to align to a smaller market.

According to Calhoun, the first wave of associates affected by ILOs received notification in May, and the company continues to conduct smaller, phased workforce reductions to reach the target. "Managers are communicating the latest wave of those reductions beginning today," he said.

"Regretfully, the prolonged impact of COVID-19 causing further reductions in our production rates and lower demand for commercial services means we'll have to further assess the size of our workforce," Calhoun noted. "This is difficult news, and I know it adds uncertainty during an already challenging time. We will try to limit the impact on our people as much as possible going forward."

Boeing Company on Wednesday reported second-quarter revenue of 11.8 billion U.S. dollars, GAAP loss per share of 4.20 dollars, and operating cash flow of 5.3 billion dollars, primarily reflecting the impacts of COVID-19 and the 737 MAX grounding.

In Commercial Airplanes Programs, Boeing delivered a total of 20 aircraft in the second quarter of 2020. The delivery included two 777Fs to China Southern Airlines in May. The backlog included over 4,500 airplanes valued at 326 billion U.S. dollars.

 

来自: xinhua