Or will it only go towards executive bonuses?
Big moves for the EMIT LT today. RB off to be a PM - no respect! And her backfill, KQ, in no way deserves such a plumb assignment. When will the Peter Principle catch up to that hack?! And how much longer do we have to put up with that VP???
WELLS has 800-1000 EMPT without fail, year-after-year, count on it. And for what? They two major drilling projects in Guyana and Permian, and smidgens here and there. Explain please.
Snipets from todays earnings call….. “We implemented a series of organizational changes to further leverage our scale and integration, improve effectiveness, and better serve our customers.” “We see further opportunities in supply chain... — read more
I’m noticing a pretty large uptick in people leaving again on my LinkedIn. Guess that new vacation policy wasn’t much of a bandaid. (Yes I know they are saving money with it)
New experienced hire here. I’m completely shocked at the incompetence of those in management positions. Where did these clowns come from? I made a giant mistake accepting a position here.
Anyone have any insights on what’s the midpoint for each CL?
Is it considered layoffs if if is just more jobs being given to India. Has to stop!
I understand salary curves max out at about $350k per year. After that if you become an executive your pay is increased with stock. Can anyone confirm?
At least ExxonMobil had supervisors tell people they were fired instead of cutting access and sending an email. I’m sure there were a few exceptions but all the tech is better worshipers what do you have to say?
Is Global Security still relevant or should it be outsourced?
Diamondback says schools in Midland are so bad they can’t get employees to move there. https://www.mrt.com/opinion/article/diamondback-ceo-travis-stice-midland-needs-invest-17744608.php
Is it just my perception or do we have the most short sighted leadership in the industry?
So, don't worry about hotdesking and not having any personal stuffs; Just head down to the Walmarts and get an ample amount of gorilla glue and glue all your sh!t to the desk. 😜
What are the chances a supervisor/manager here would have the convictions and guts to do something like this? From https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-01-23/blizzard-manager-departs-in-protest-of-employee-ranking-system: By Jason Schreier... — read more
We have a tornado watch ladies and gents! Prepandemic and pre RTO edicts we were told to exercise judgement when traveling to the office. Well, exercise no more the company who knows all will decide for you, come into the office during bleak... — read more
Headcount reduction of 15% through asset sales and layoffs. Stock buybacks through this year as the stock price drops below $109/share to keep the price above $110 and reduce dividend expense. Dividends per share will increase $0.01 to retain... — read more
To prepare the peasants for the upcoming “neighborhood” experience that you asked for, management has graciously agreed to “upgrade” your coffee at the campus. For added bonus points management included a blurb about the vendor being a minority... — read more
Hot desking when company outgrows available office space is acceptable. Closing so many owned offices that there are not enough desks left for all employees is just promoting attrition. The person that made this Hotdesking decision has a private... — read more
Further revelations of the extent of Exxon’s historical knowledge of the unfolding climate crisis may have deepened the legal peril faced by the oil giant, with several US states suing the company for alleged deception, claiming their cases have now... — read more
I am interviewing for an engineering position in XTO. Please share your honest opinion on the work life balance, work culture, project pace, ranking system, and working from home flexibility. I am minority and concerned after reading your comments... — read more
I'm curious how much of a difference there is between the super majors like exxon, shell, bp, chevron, etc
I was part of Global Team that I thought was at the pinnacle of the professional ladder (time served however demonstrated otherwise), in which I gave all. However after seeing clear favoritism, driven agendas, self centered support, targeted gossip... — read more
Worked for 30+ years for XOM with excellent performance assessments, never ended up NSI or had to do a PIP. Year ago I was part of the lay offs. The reason “you are not part of a strategic location” then all the BS came “be proud you worked for XOM”... — read more
Big brother is taking measures to micromanage and police your remote work. For those who work from home frequently, new software is being quietly deployed to your laptops to track absolutely everything you do (and don't do) with it. Mouse-clicks... — read more
Management needs to look hard at the ‘chosen ones.’ Some should have never been chosen, and some have been promoted past their level of competence. They also need to look at the skill sets of raising talent. They shouldn’t leave topped-out people to... — read more
I was so shocked - stunned - ambushed - infuriated after my NSI, once I realized I could get a substantial LS payout on my pension, I didn’t really read the fine print of the paperwork - I promptly took the PIL and left. No attorney reviewing my... — read more
Potential move to Beaumont has been mentioned to me? What’s the vibe like?
2028 Business Transformation and the creation of the new "Service Company" is being introduced to higher management. Anyone willing to spill the beans and tell us more about the announcements to come ?
As stated, new to BR area and can already see the cluster in BRES. What’s the deal with that org? I can’t seem to get one honest answer from anyone yet.
Hi! I work for a competitor but recently had a friend leave XOM. Apologies in advance for this not being layoff specific. One of the reasons they left was due to health insurance costs, and the number quoted seemed quite outlandish. Is there any... — read more
I heard this from a reliable source in HR. A massive purge of middle management is in its final stages now, expect many exec/re forced retirements and younger middle managers being "quiet fired" with demotions and "special assignments". Expect also... — read more
By Erwin Seba Source: Reuters https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/exxon-prepares-start-up-12-bln-texas-oil-refinery-expansion-sources-2023-01-13/ Jan 13 (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) in coming days will sharply boost gasoline and diesel... — read more
What's the point? If you go out on a limb to propose new things you just get your head chopped off and nose dive in the rankings. No appreciation for risk anymore. Better to do a poor job on a managers pet project (RobbieC I'm looking at you)... — read more
that joined EM in 2022, how are you liking it so far?