I found this article online and I can’t make heads or tails out of this. Does someone mind giving me a hand and explaining what this means for pensions in layman’s... — read more
I was exposed to a chemical while on the job and then after it was apparent that I was having some medical issues due to the exposure I was let go. All of my attempts to get in contact with Dow HR services have been silenced and ignored. I've already... — read more
Thoughts? Any Dow Chemical Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Does Dow have any PFAS liability. Just google * pfas and covid 19*. Some new news coming into light
6 % headcount reduction https://cen.acs.org/business/economy/Dow-plans-layoffs-COVID-19/98/i29
I think the employee count information has to be released to the public. Do you know how many people work here? How about the overall people count at the main location at Midland?
This thread is for info about potential Dow Chemical Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
For some layoffs.
Shutdown IT centers in India. Incompetent staff who are not even eligible for a normal developer or engineer salary and they are getting salary equal/more than what other IT companies are paying to their director, CIO, CEO level staff in India. Waste... — read more
Now that Dow Chemical has shuffled the deck (merge, split again) in order to avoid a host of legal and profit problems, the layoffs are predicted to start. The following is posted from Morninstar with permission: "Seth Goldstein is an analyst with... — read more
This is a master thread about Dow Chemical Layoffs in 2019?
All should be done by mid December. I am hearing that some can spill into 2019.
Nothing on this, huh?
Not involved at Dow but wondering how all the layoffs will affect property values in Midland. More to come?
Management at Dow is among the worst I've ever had the (dis)pleasure of working for. They think that the best approach to running a company is through fear. Instead of encouraging people to do their best work they rely on threats and what pretty much... — read more
I understand the company is simply doing all it can to survive, but the constant mergers and divestitures have removed even a semblance of job security. There's no need to wonder if there will be new layoffs when we know next consolidation is right... — read more
the company is so big and bloated with upper management it stinks. at the medium/lower levels we are very understaffed in research you can't even walk down the steps without seeing posters that we might all fall and die at any moment if we don't pay... — read more
I have to admit I used to enjoy working here. I still do to a point. Pay is decent, we get good benefits, and I work with bright and motivated people who are far from backstabbers I used to work with before I joined Dow. But man oh man are they... — read more
This is getting ridiculous. If you are looking to get ahead at Dow, first you have to wait for the management to hire and promote their entire family and friends, then MAYBE you'll be able to make your way a step or two (max) up. I wish I was... — read more
I was given my notice, was told they didn’t want to hold me back, are you kidding! It finally came out that my “leader” was on the chopping block so he tossed us aside to save himself, maybe next time will actually get a leader instead of a weakling... — read more
It's hard to see things getting better - are we going to have job reductions in corporate in Midland.
Anybody else entering panic mode with the DuPont merger approaching? Especially now that both Dow and DuPont are shifting some operations to appease the investors? I know no layoffs have been announced as of yet, but I am pretty sure it is only a... — read more
How about a bit growth for a change - I do hear that we may have layoffs in Midland.
More consolidation in the sector means fewer jobs. Looks like several mergers or takeovers coming...which means...
Good for Paula. Not sure who is still buying Intel chips as they are not in mobile devices, but good for her anyway. I am sure people who will work for her will hate it.
Layoffs are coming soon. Look at Dow and DuPont stock, they can't do nothing! I work at Dow Corning and can see the writing on the wall.
employees are also reading the online news feeds daily to find out. i am more likely to read about layoffs on the web than from an internal source, that's the way dow operates. they operate in the dark with employees, mushroom theory style... — read more
What is the likelihood of Dow Chemical layoffs in Midland in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
2400 let go in 2013 - more to come in 2014 - Due to falling sales and declining profits, Dow Chemical Co. announced late last year that it would be closing 20 plants globally, which would mean that 2,400 of its employees would get a pink slip.
Back in late 2008 Dow announced that we'll be laying off an estimated fifty employees after the Seadrift site's Nordel MG hydrocarbon rubber unit closes. At the same time, the exact number of closures has not been announced, but plans were finalized... — read more