Not that I've heard hear in the South Texas area plant operations jobs. How ever there is some turnover (employees leave for better pay / benefits / shorter travel times). Honestly, Praxair does their best to "absorb" employees into other jobs should their current position be eliminated.
No. Only 1 since I have been there
Answered - Maintenance Technician / Training Coordinator (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
No lay offs but a lot of turn over
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Cahokia, IL
There were no layoffs until we were acquired and the acquiring company was based in Tennessee and did not need the people from our corporate office because of that.
Answered - Accounts Receivable/Accounting Administrator (Former Employee) - Tequesta, FL
Yes there are alot of layoffs they to work you untill you hurt yourself alot of workers end up hurting themselves do to the products
Answered - Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) - Modesto, CA
Yes many layoffs. The profits are dropping so far this year down by 15 percent. They are in trouble.
Answered - Customer representative (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT