27 signs your company is about to conduct mass layoffs http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/27-signs-your-company-is-about-to-conduct-mass-layoffs/ar-BBCXjWa?li=AA4Zjn&ocid=spartandhp#page=4
Comment! It's anonymous! Post information you know, rumors you heard, your experiences, or contribute to the discussion by answering or asking about layoffs at Halliburton Co.. The comment form is located near the bottom of the page.
Topics regarding layoffs at Halliburton Co.
Those PE "team leaders" are useless and they lost a lot of money.
25+ yr Sperry hand here. I see myself going soon. Justified, probably, but only because I'm the only one left after layoffs and the divestiture fiasco. Sperry has changed over the years, that 'can do'spirit has been slowly replaced with process... read more
Oil at $30/b oil next year if OPEC fails to deepen cuts, IAEE conference hears http://oilpro.com/links/39824/oil-30b-oil-next-year-if-opec-fails-to-deepen-cuts-iaee-conferenc Shale's Record Fracklog Could Force Crude Prices Even Lower... read more
TL will get a sizable pay bump
More of Uncle Dave's decisive 'leadership', but he got his bonus, so who cares? I would say that ANY field hand with more than 5 years service will be on the 'expendable asset' list.
http://www.chron.com/business/energy/article/Halliburton-s-new-CEO-gets-pay-bump-11197409.php#photo-8829716 . Halliburton's new chief executive will get a sizable pay bump as he takes the reins of the world's second-largest oil field services... read more
I am a member of the Drillers Club Facebook page. Any time the word Halliburton is mentioned, there is a barrage of comments about how late they are to the site, the terrible maintenance on their equipment, and piss poor work they do. Well over 99%... read more
It's over lads, it's over. They have finally grown the balls to shut the place down. Sad times indeed , however I think the majority of us are just relieved we know what's happening. Good luck to them when it does ramp up and we're left with BL &... read more
on a path to be the next Detroit. Time to move out and move on.
Flatten the Org chart.... One of the leaders a few decades back made the comment "You either need to be at the wellhead or in support of someone that was" That logic seemed pretty solid for making the organization right-sized. But he went away... read more
What benefits package is in place for employees that have developed arthritis in joints in my case both knees which require surgery. Yes we have good health insurance to cover all medical treatment. My question is time off work to recover also salary... read more
Doesn't matter who is at the helm until some basic problems are corrected. The focus needs to shift to providing the customer service and protecting their workforce like the company was founded on pre-asset accounting. Acres of concrete and massive... read more
Will be to reveal that Halliburton research has come up with a method to allow the customer to choose a color of the cement slurry will compliment, or enhance the 'mood' of the well being constructed. Saying that "for too long, our customer base has... read more
Is it just me getting old or are the management teams getting younger ? I'm not saying it's a bad thing , just a bit rare to see these gentlemen in the corporate building in their nice little offices when they are you enough to be my son. I'm just... read more
Out with the old, in with the new. Or not.... It's high time ether way and not soon enough
We're skin and bones. Now they want efficiency? Why don't they think of cutting salary & bonus of upper management and executives
What do they have to lose????? Get rid for of the crap PSL's that are not producing, at the least get rid of the people, period. Keep the assets and rights to the product. Invest in the PSL's that have potential and invest in good talent, fire the... read more
Most of our big clients are threatening to dump us and go to Petrel. Management is in panic mode and everyone is scrambling to cover their asses. Word is middle management and lower are going to get blamed and shown the door. Typical!
Halliburton In Colorado: Board Member’s Donation Shows Power Of Oil And Gas Industry www.ibtimes.com/political-capital/halliburton-colorado-board-members-donation-shows-power-oil-gas-industry-2536297 A top fossil fuel industry official poured $40,000... read more
Are some people born to achieve anything they want while others struggle? Call them lucky, blessed, or possessors of the Midas touch. What is the real reason for their success? Is it family background, wealth, greater opportunities, high morals, an... read more
Well I cannot believe how people and family's work hard in life to get some where in life but it gets harder. Being away a lot offshore missing my loved ones and hearing the comments on this Web page it hurts when working hard to make a livimg all we... read more
More proof that under the 'leadership' of Uncle Dave, Halliburton is proving itself to be a has-been in the oil and gas service industry. Baker Hughes Introduces Fracturing Service for Deep Water... read more
Drilling and Evaluation Drilling and Evaluation revenue in the first quarter of 2017 was $1.7 billion, a decrease of $78 million, or 4%, from the fourth quarter of 2016, while operating income was $122 million, a decrease of $126 million, or 51%... read more
How long does it usually take to get your last pay check? Tired of waiting
Including an up-dated, modernized official logo. Saying that "We want our customers, as well as the general public, to be aware of our company's commitment to supplying the oil and gas industry with the finest equipment and technology, as well as... read more
Wasn't there a recent topic on focal points being officially delayed until October 2017 at earliest? Did the topic get removed?
The Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion was the April 20, 2010, explosion and subsequent fire on the Deepwater Horizon semi-submersible Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU), which was owned and operated by Transocean and drilling for BP in the... read more
Our dear CEO got a pay raise in 2016 of approximately 12%. His compensation rose from $15.9 million to $17.8 million. How does that compare to the raise that you received? All named executives got pay raises last year. You can check this out on the... read more
It's just too much wrong things going on within this company
Has anybody heard if we will get a raise this year? I work in the Landmark PSL and we have heard nothing. So over 3 years and counting now. No wonder everyone is looking for a different job with a better company!
The market didn't like the trio of news stories that came out this past month, but investors need to worry about only one of those headlines. What happened Shares of oil-services giant Halliburton (NYSE:HAL) declined 10% in March. The three... read more