I worked at Enbridge during its best phase of growth in the last two decades and oil price at its peak. We received ever increasing bonuses and ever increasing pay hikes. The work environment was excellent. However, all good things must come to an... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Enbridge Inc.
some of those who received VWO are now being hired back on contract
I can’t think of one good thing about this company that would cause a sane person to stay. Most of upper management that I have been unfortunate to work with will seldom give any type of support. The environment is toxic with a few employees having a... — read more
I’m putting this out there because year end reviews are on the horizon. I don’t know how many people leaders look at this forum, but I’ve seen my staff put their heart and soul into this year. And in return they get wage role backs, forced... — read more
Lets add stress to our employees by telling them they have no jobs a year from now! lets shrink down to 3 buildings - BECAUSE we all know now how important an office building is these days. Sent to all Distribution Operations employees — read more
I'm concerned about returning to the office. I'm concerned not only because of COVID, but also about the fact that Enbridge does not adhere to its own value of safety. In Ontario, cases are on the rise, indoor gatherings have been limited once... — read more
I had an interview with Enbridge in August. It went very very welL, but I have not heard anything since then. Is there any way I still have a chance? Or should I move on?
After AM retires, which should be soon.
There is not a chance that I am back in one of our high density offices come early October. Any issues with that, call my lawyer.
I could not help but laugh today when I read the email from CH asking for our support. 3%
This reminds me of Enbridge, plus the 3% cut. https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/m7jn4n/tesco-uk-grocery-chain-sack-cleaners?
I have a leader, 2 positions up on me, who is just terrible. Extremely unpleasant, rude, treats us like peons, not collaborative, and just barks out orders endlessly. This "leader" has only been at Enbridge for about 1 year and was directly... — read more
So how long after the Catalyst team rolls through all the areas, will it take Enbridge to layoff even more employees. Its great to have people come through and monitor you for a day or two that knows absolutely nothing about your true job roles, and... — read more
Why did they let so many area managers leave in US Gas transmission and now are hiring replacements....? How is that saving the company money?
You're spreading the pain to the masses. It still seems like a regressive shift, those at the bottom of the pay scale feel the pain more. I am thinking correctly on this? Does the company do furloughs, or educational sabaticals, or anything short... — read more
I want to work at Enbridge. What advice do you have for applications and interviews?
- https://blog.careerminds.com/voluntary-layoffs The article above is a step by step on going the voluntary-layoffs route. According to the article the only downside is not getting enough volunteers. No where in the article does it even fathom... — read more
I am sitting on the side lines and keep reading terms such as "People Person", fascinating. One might think that a superior being ( some benevolent some not ) has to deal with subhuman mortals. VWO, BOFF, BIFF, S___ Show, I____t, – just a few... — read more
Both seem to go round and round in circles / ovals, again and again and everyone just can't wait until the inevitable crash happens ( the main reason to watch ).
Is there any good news coming out about Enbridge? Politicians in US shutting down functioning pipelines and delaying projects. Overall demand for oil is questionable for the near future, we freight oil, no product to move no revenue. FYI -... — read more
It was already bad when I left three years ago, so I can only imagine what the situation is like right now. And from reading the posts here it's obvious that things haven't improved much since then, quite the opposite. I guess I made the right... — read more
now with DAPL being shut down, potentially for 13 months thats going to impact our bottom line significantly
I see a lot of complainers here. Why??? Enbridge is still employing you. You still have a good paying job, so why the gripe? Consider yourself fortunate in these trying times. I was worried about my living situation when COVID-19 hit. What if... — read more
Two generic emails and a premature removal from Workday. Thank you for the lovely send-off. Seriously, good luck to all. This better have meant something to those left to carry on.
So do the math. Line 5 brings in $1.5 million dollars per day. Give or take. How long before this shutdown starts to hurt. What if the boobs in Michigan succeed in making it permanent? Who’s head should roll for this cluster - of fun?? Vern?
OEB throw out he carcass and all the big birds peck at it, then the little birds after. good money for all
Does anyone know if there will be another VWO opportunity later in the year if more cost savings are needed? I didn’t see anything in the Q&A on this question.
What does everyone think will happen next? VWO is done with the exception of those that are leaving later than a June 26. COVID is raging in the US so the reopening is in danger in many states which may hurt oil demand again. Will there be... — read more
Can anyone ever remember a new ERP coming close to functioning as promised!! Yet, they will still probably do more layoffs to justify the cost. What are the supposed deliverables and which departments will take the hits??
Personally, I feel Enbridge is hypocritical in claiming to be sympathetic to Native American issues, while at the same time were complicit in the abuse of protesters at Standing Rock. Does anyone share this belief? Does anyone else have difficulty... — read more
Please wash your hands after touching everything on this floor (even with covid!). For whateve strange reason, several men on the floor refuse to wash their hands after using the restroom. Late last year/early 2020 there was a severe outbreak of pink... — read more
Shall we talk numbers chaps. Oct 2016 - 17200 total employees June 2020 - 10700 Total employees So enbridge lost Approx 6500 employees (almost 38-40 percent of workforce) in 3.5 yrs and had 4 reorgs. Very grim record indeed!! If you were... — read more
This company is lethal with nepotism . It’s a family and friends, sh– show. Not what you know but who you’re related to or having an affair with. Harassment, is tolerated and swept under the carpet!
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/vacation-days-colliers-project-leaders-1.5601141 Forcing employees to record vacation, but not really giving them the time off is illegal.