Inside observers have seen complete and utter degradation of this company through prolonged hiring, recruiting and promoting some of the worst talents (sorry I meant talentless jerks). If you ever heard talkative employees, supervisors, managers... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at ExxonMobil Corp.
Business news reporter at The Advocate Newspaper, the largest news outlet in Louisiana is working on a story about the Baton Rouge, Louisiana ExxonMobil refinery. It's a major employer and a big operation. Anyone who works there or knows anybody who... — read more
Wake up America!!! Regulations are long overdue. American oil and gas workers should not have to shoulder compensation, retirement or health benefit cuts disproportionately to our international colleagues due to not having unions or legal... — read more
20+ years of service and now I'm treated like an inmate. Thanks for revealing your true colours there boss man. I will enjoy watching the ship sink.
Has anyone heard of any voluntary severance packages? Has that ever happened? I just don't believe in the future of the company and rather go elsewhere.
The only way to get Exxon back on the right path is to get rid of everybody in the upper managements and all the executives and put smart and competent people in their place. What we have right now is ruining the company! And somehow, it's us who get... — read more
Do you think he is the problem? Should he be fired?
So it looks like that EM will continue to keep cutting costs and we will have to bring in our own toilet paper soon. For those going into the office, they took away the trash cans. They wanted to cut the cleaning staff so they went from trash... — read more
Anybody got regrets moving there family from Fort Worth to the compound in Houston ? Just curious. Are you better off now if so? Me and my wife thought about going for about a split second and said no thanks. I never met one Exxon implant in ft... — read more
I retired recently, but still keep in touch with old colleagues - many are friends and even neighbors. I remember at least 2 occasions when they talked about how compensation was set. At the working level, they compare salaries with a mix of... — read more
Anyone PIP’d and staying? Did you get your PIP yet? Have you been told its impossible to be successful?
Sent: Tuesday, August 4, 2020, 02:29:46 PM CDT Subject: Urgent Notification: ExxonMobil Savings Plan Changes effective October 1, 2020 Union Leadership: Given the current business environment, the Corporation is taking steps to reduce... — read more
I recently heard that they are offering retirement packages only to eligible management....can anyone confirm if this is accurate? And is this their version of PIP’ing middle and upper management? Throwing money at them along with their... — read more
This company's management is unscrupulous (a serious understatement). EM employee benefits have been cut in the last few days. Using the excuse of poor performance, EM is cutting 8% of its worldwide staff just to avoid calling it... — read more
What if you are vested but not retirement age? Do you lose your retirement?
I signed the papers over two weeks ago, and I still haven’t heard from Right Management, the outplacement service part of the separation package. It goes to show, once again, that the company is either full of empty promises or that, as usual, they... — read more
Exxon needs to get rid of middle management who shuffle PPTs and utter LPSAs, JLAs, and Assess Analyze and ACT mantra. They have little insights into the process or controls, and how to make money in Chemical Plants/Refineries. They have expensive... — read more
Examples of Incompetence within Exxon Mobil with no consequences for the (Mis)Management Exxon Spent $10B on Sabine Pass LNG, by the time project came online (Thanks to LPSA/JLA/LPO methodology and fat project budget) market had shifted and US... — read more
Any idea if HR is subjected to PIP? Imagine if your only job is to improvement the Organization effectiveness. Will be interesting to watch.
With the lack of transparency, I am sure you know inside information that will alter the career choices we make. Hope to receive some insightful advice.
Now I am reading all these negative posts - it's more than clear that the worker is unhappy. How did we get here? Good luck all!
The old ranking system had an inherent bias against more experienced workers. It seemed inevitable that these competent professionals would slide down on the rankings. They were overrepresented in the bottom third. It was also not unusual for them... — read more
All other O&G majors have adjusted balance sheet as a result of prolonged downturn. Why has Exxon taken a different stance?
This will backfire on them.
You hired the brightest young professionals from top ranking institutions, and then fired them within a year or two without any prior feedback of nonperformance. Would you train or nurture these bright professionals or destroy their confidence and... — read more
To employees: Curious if what is being seen today is a result of a long systematic erosion of quality and productive work culture through significantly rewarding poor human qualities to lower and upper level management roles? Could it be possible... — read more
Shine a light on the bad behavior. Go to the press. Choose a paper/news outlet that management cares about and that is widely read. Don’t be complicit.
Supervisors were told to pick who they dislike the most and that HR would endorse it as that employee not being valuable. This did not matter what previous ranking was. Did not matter on the employee's tenure. Did not matter on the employee's... — read more
Exxon was a cautious, serious company, dedicated to long term employees. Sure, a__l retentive at times, but processes, safety and integrity were non-negotiable and most people, technical and management, were not monkeys. Over time, with the... — read more
Source below... - Exxon, a 'dividend aristocrat,' plans more cuts to protect dividend... Exxon Mobil Corp. is mulling over deeper spending and job cuts as it seeks to preserve its dividend, Reuters reported Thursday citing people familiar with... — read more
Taken straight from a document. English isn't perfect because this looks like it's a performance feedback training for supervisors in Asia. Sam has been in company 25 years, and has been on current role for more than 5 years. He is very... — read more
A report by Reuter’s Exclusive: Exxon prepares spending, job cuts in last ditch move to save dividend https://finance.yahoo.com/news/exclusive-exxon-prepares-spending-job-152701171.html
https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN24V2RP Layoff round two coming soon!
It’s just not clear to me how the shadiness of this all seems such a big oversight to XOM - now there are even leaked audios from the article that just came out. Besides the financial benefit of saving the proper severance money that would go to all... — read more
https://www.businessinsider.com/exxon-managers-dub-some-employees-poor-performers-cut-staff-2020-7 There's a paywall, but if you stop loading it at the right time you can read the whole thing.
How about perspectives...we are all in only 2 categories. Category 1:employed. Category 2: Not employed, either by force or choice. If we are or were forced out by XOM or any company, we cannot let that define our value. Next perspective is WHY. I’m... — read more