How likely is that there will be KBR Layoffs in 2019?
Topics regarding layoffs at KBR
Energo is doing well now thanks to half of its staff losing their jobs in 2016. The company is never the same as it used to be when independent. The KBR take-over is nearly completed.
Please share and post any information you might have regarding KBR Postal jobs (For example, Clerks, Mail processors, Postmaster, or any other positions - also COPE) - I am specifically interested in any postings they may have in Iraq or Afghanistan... — read more
If you are in Birmingham you know everything you need to know about layoffs. Things are going from bad to worse and it'll not improve any time soon... I miss Bill Utt - at least he came by and talked to folks, shook their hands, etc....Engaged in... — read more
There is some anxiety about possible job cuts in Houston.
Just be careful with KBR, that's all I got to say on the topic
If you happen to be a skilled craftsman (Main./Mech.) You haven't had a bonus in 5-6 years. Yes I said years. Bust your hump and in lieu of a bonus you get an ROF three weeks before Christmas.
Or it is only reserved for certain grade level and higher? I'm guessing level 60 and higher.
Someone please confirm RIFs in Houston.
Any updates here?
What a shame what has happened to KBR, It all comes down to the management and leadership of the company. Their lack of billable work, coupled with the downturn of the industry has caused a large number of people to lose their jobs. The downtown... — read more
During Jan 2016, 10% (4 engineers) were laid-off from the Energo office.
What is the likelihood of KBR layoffs in Houston in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
KBR laid off several hundred people in Raleigh, Wilmington, Birmingham and Houston over the period from Dec 2014 through date. They exited power, mining and minerals and real estate industries.
The layoffs are happening right now
Bill Utt’s departure is a signal for all of us. We all know layoffs are coming, there is quite bit of fat that can be trimmed. I think we are spread over too many things and over too many locations: engineering, construction, energy, hydrocarbon... — read more