Topics regarding layoffs at TechnipFMC plc

Topics regarding layoffs at TechnipFMC plc

Never thought I would say this...

This used to be a great place to work. Great perks, lots of room to learn, great opportunities. Now the only thing that keeps me hanging on is the money, and to be honest, it is not that great compared to other companies around my area. SVP and VP... —  read more 

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Poor Leadership

TechnipFMC has been going downhill since the merger and Doug Pfeiderhert was put in charge. The leadership at the top pay themselves outrageous salaries for poor results. They systematically forced out all the Technip people who knew what they... —  read more 

The air is thick

Since I started working here, the atmosphere has never been worse. Most people are waiting for layoffs or looking for a way to exit. No one seems to expect or hope for anything good to happen here anymore?

I need a break

I don't hate FMC as much as some of you do. The pay and benefits are decent and I work with good people so those are not the reasons why I'm considering leaving. Being constantly expected to do the work of three people is. It wasn't always like this... —  read more 

Fi-na-ly

I have never been happier than the moment I gave notice here. I am especially happy to have got a new job when I have already lost hope and when I thought I would have to stay here for a while longer. What will I miss? Hardly anything. Maybe I will... —  read more 

Rising mediocrity

The more incompetent our superiors are, the more arrogant they are. The same applies to employees as well. It seems that it is not desirable to have knowledge and expertise, because mediocrities are respected the most here. Is there any room left... —  read more 

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Look Elsewhere

Just a word of advice from a former employee. If you are a young person looking for a career DO NOT consider TechnipFMC Stephenville. They will use you until they don’t need you anymore and throw you away like an empty McDonald’s happy meal box... —  read more 

Always the same pattern...

many previous layoffs have not been about overhead at all. They have been about getting rid of people that don’t go along with the status quo. They got rid of the people that think for themselves and truly desire what’s best for the company. They... —  read more 

How will this affect us?

Any ideas on how this will affect employees? I don't care what anybody on top says right now, there's no chance in hell the leadership won't use this as a great opportunity to cut as many employees as they can. It might not happen right away, but I... —  read more 

SubSea

Was told to be ready for Next Thursday. They claim more regulation with the new administration and lack of demand to cut back even further as big oil is canceling the refurbishment of their trees... What a way to stay the new year happy 2021.

Take the leap

I wasted more than two years of my life on this company. I can tell you without a doubt those were the worst two years of my fifteen-year long career. After a while I started looking for a new job but soon the pandemic happened and I figured I was... —  read more 

No job security anymore

I worked for FMC for nearly 30 years, I took a voluntary layoff in 2019. FMC was a great place to work before the merger. Sad to say but newer employees probably will never see 30 years on the job, like many of those who started in the 80s and... —  read more 

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