Fluor got rid of a lot of the people who knew what they were doing and brought in new blood that don't have a clue. Instead of bringing in talent that know how to run the business, they look at gender and ethnicity. Doesn't matter what your... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Fluor Corp.
Mgmt. has decided to layoff over 100 IT employees instead of cutting the millions of dollars of waste! And no severance package at all! They have also asked employees to update SAP time sheet dating back a year. With the current lawsuits; this... — read more
So many laid off within IT last week which was already bare bones. This company is in trouble big time. First SEC investigation and now DOJ? I'll miss the paychecks but honestly, getting laid off is a blessing.
Good / Bad? Really retire or was it a gracious exit - probably with a golden parachute?
What is the definition of insanity?
What is next for us? Keep calm and carry on…
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/failure-engineering-companies-william-tyrrell Article describes the downfall of companies like fluor very well. "seem to have forgotten that it is the intellectual skills of the working project team that makes... — read more
Good luck to the young folks inheriting this mess. Hou has been beat down, told we are too old, not innovative, told our experience can be replaced by kids in Manila, belittled and talked down to repeatedly by our own leaders. Good luck on the next... — read more
If you are still employed your probably working on a civil road and bridge project, oil and gas side of the company is slim pickings these days management is playing favorites and backstabbing the rest, they'll have a hard time gaining employee trust... — read more
What are you hearing?
Do you know how many people work here and how many at the HQ at Irving?
Do you predict that there will be Fluor Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
I would like to see Seaton, the board, Brittain, the mid level VPs and the rest of the merry gang be held accountable for what the did to the company. Everyone at the project level could have laid out what was happening to the company but mid level... — read more
What is going to happen Sept 24th? The company is so far gone. Houston looks like rats leaving the ship. Everyone is leaving; old, young, experienced.... So sad Fields is having to come down to the unwashed to find out what happened to Fluor. Why... — read more
They peaked in 2007 and whatever the management team has done since then has been just garbage. Using “engineering” offices in India and performing poorly with major clients have been disastrous for this company. A real shame - bad execs/managers... — read more
Construction is in free fall now. Dont believe the story about Jack Penley retiring. He quit. Shiva quit too. The dude who spoke up in the town hall. Houston will be a management office. That's where we are heading.
Sorry Mark Fieldsl that you have been lied to. Welcome to what Fluor engineering has been dealing with. We escalated to the Joel's and Dan's of the company and were told we didnt get it and we were making it too complicated. Issues stopped and were... — read more
HO lost yet another job. No backlog. Nothing coming in. More layoffs. Dallas is making HO office into management shop only. So sad how Seaton and others were allowed by board to let Fluor fail so spectacularly. But hey, we have an escalation matrix... — read more
How far Fluor has fallen. Sugar land new office land up for sale.....HO office has trash cans catching rain from leaky roofs ...id--ts in charge at middle management levels....and below....I'm afraid Carlos and AB cant put lipstick on this pig....no... — read more
Who will be COO? Seaton got rid of Peter O and has been acting COO (poorly) since. I bet Oosteveer is laughing at what is happening at Fluor now. Ray Barnard and Robert Taylor need to go. — read more
I have hope for the first time in years. Been watching inept "pretty boys and girls" with no intellect or even common sense getting away with STUPID and costly actions, but then later rewarded, promoted and greatly compensated. These incompetents... — read more
Hopefully we can get back to being an engineering company. He ruined Fluor.
If there will be no Fluor Layoffs in 2019 please say so?
State of Florida - WARN Notice Company Name: Fluor Federal Solutions LLC Number of Laid off Employees: 140 Address 1: Naval Air Station Address 2: 310 John Tower Rd., Bldg. 3561 City: Pensacola, FL WARN Notice Date: Tue 01/30/2018 Layoff From: Sat... — read more
Flour was well known for layoffs even back in the 80s
Fluor is a cast system with the executive management as royalty and the remainder of employees as servants. Worst corporation I have every worked which does not value intellect of its engineering staff. I am relieved to be part of the recent layoff... — read more
I am not sure about other areas but there are Colorado and New Jersey layoffs at Fluor. I worked there and still have friends who notified me.
I know it's old news but here it goes anyhow... Source: https://westfaironline.com/99581/fluor-corp-lays-off-85-employees-in-poughkeepsie/ A WARN was filed, and it'll be done in May 2018 — read more
Fluor announced its first permanent layoffs for this year. In Colorado 54 employees will lose their jobs by the end of the month, and 85 more will be out of a job by the start of May... — read more
currently missed the layoffs right before thanksgiving 2017. about 75 percent did not. this project is run by people with their heads up their asses for sure. its almost if it being ran remotely from corporate with a secret agenda to either fail or... — read more
Management at Fluor lacks ethics, honesty and fairness. Oh, also intelligence in many cases. Hiring and promoting is always done on "friend" bases, never on merit. If you are working on a project that is about to be completed and if you are not "in"... — read more
i really wish fluor would realize people working here are their greatest assets and start treating us as such... right now employees are by far the last on the list of things the company cares about... we are constantly undervalued by current... — read more
How many times can Fluor go on a hiring spree before having to turn around and lay off most of the new hires within a few months as the market goes down before the top realizes this is no way to run a company? A lot, apparently. Not only that, things... — read more
I've seldom seen such ineffective group as the new HR leadership at Fluor. Seriously, who puts people in charge with no or very little project experience? They are utterly disconnected from how things are done in the field, which means that any... — read more
I know for sure that there were no layoffs at the following locations: Dallas, SF, Sugar Land, Arlington, DC, Aliso Vijeo (not sure 100%), Anchorage, Long Beach, Richland and Greenville
Was the Proj Engineer position in Calgary created specifically for this person? Is this fair? Looks like all this person can do is ....talk...talk...talk...how about some work!!!