A lot of people are struggling here and there is no support. Just grind, grind, grind, company, company, company. Suck it up. Two colleagues in my BU (good performers) are on performance improvement plans with deadlines in December and knowing this... — read more
Pembina received Covid funds from the government? Then laid off ~300 staff "due to the pandemic", instituted share buybacks, and the C-suite received "pandemic bonuses" near or over a million dollars? Now Pembina is quietly crying about a tax on... — read more
Pembina would be a much better place without ego-driven managers who don't really do their job at all. It would be interesting to know how many great employees left the company primarily because of them. Why does Pembina like such managers?
Interesting, but not surprising. Shows how mismanaged our group is. The former DC supervisor was laid off in 2020 because her supervisor was threatened by her. She was smarter than him (IR) and ran circles around him (easy to do on a perpetually... — read more
I hope it is not true that small layoffs are happening right now under the radar.
How are people making out at this toxic company. Any rumours of impending layoffs?
How much does the company pay for this particular exposure? 75k+? Just curious how much they are spending to try and rehab the companies reputation. Those grades are bogus *This article was prepared with the financial support of the... — read more
My question is for those who have been here for a few years: was it ever possible to have a good work-life balance here? When I accepted my job here, I knew I wouldn’t have much time for family anymore but I didn’t believe it would be nearly... — read more
Looking for advice. I've worked here for 10 years and it is time to move on for a number of reasons. Some posts on this site (which are entirely accurate) allude to people resigning and are smeared and trashed behind their backs internally and... — read more
Things have changed drastically in recent years. Medical, pension, hours, everything has been affected in one way or another. I wonder what's the next thing they're going to focus on and strip as much as they can. There are fewer and fewer reasons... — read more
The fourth result is to the long list of unethical transgressions here. The chickens have come home to roost and the internet doesn't forget. Haha
I think they've been prepping the field for a major round for a while now. I know some of you think that the attrition is high enough to compensate for possible cuts, but that's just not true. Attrition is the same as it has ever been. I'm thinking... — read more
Curious to hear if anyone has any neutral to positive stories regarding pregnancy/leave within TBU? Or are they all~discrete~ human rights violations? After finding this site, it has become abundantly clear why the unit has such disproportionate... — read more
I notice that there are more and more people who pursue other opportunities in different fields. I unfortunately don’t have a great range of transferable skills, but I would love to quit oil and gas. That is why I am interested in the experiences... — read more
Someone mentioned that the Indeed rating for employee happiness at Pembina is 48%. Why do I think that percentage is even lower? I really don't know anyone who is happy here.
Hi all. Requesting some feedback about this position. Do not know much about the company or the teams who I may potentially be leading. Any feedback is appreciated. TSU, SAP/CMMS, Document Control / Drafting, GIS. Culture, people, processes, etc... — read more
A recession is coming, and nobody is safe during a recession.
This needs to be done asap.
Has anyone else seen this new posting whilst looking for new employment? Obviously the company needs to be protect itself in these circumstances, but in essence this position was created to assist in building pre-emptive cases against staff members... — read more
I think that is the philosophy followed by those who want to be doing well here. All they do is try to make their manager look good. But it seems that many here find it difficult to make their boss look good without compromising their own... — read more
Sold a bunch of options at over $51 last week! Taking the family to Hawaii. Feel sorry for those who left too early.
I’d rather be laid off than have this feeling that I’ve stayed here too long, which is really starting to bother me. I believe that all those who finally decide to leave think they just wasted their time and energy here?
Leadership here is certainly not fostering an environment of trust. I am glad that fewer and fewer employees trust the leadership here. Admittedly, it’s not at all hard to lose trust in all levels of leadership here. Purely out of curiosity, when... — read more
Honestly, it's too chaotic for me. There are a lot more complications than there should be.
When I left it was hitting the rock bottom, but with the situation improving at Pembina lately from what I can see (or at least it looks like it is from the outside) I'm wondering if that has changed for the better as well? I certainly hope so, at... — read more
It seems that some people don't believe anybody can be happy at Pembina. Let's put that to the test. Would you be so kind as to upvote this thread if you're happy with your job and downvote it if you're miserable? I'm personally somewhere in between... — read more
Retention Bonuses The latest Pembina Management Information Circular is out. It's a good read. On page 78 they gave themselves $1,000,000! and their other crony’s “senior leaders” retention bonuses. While Keyera’s executives took a 20% pay cut... — read more
I have seen a big change in the company culture, environment and senior leaders . I am so happy that the company is moving in the right direction . I am proud to be working for a company whose leadership is committed to creating a happy, inclusive... — read more
See they are listing a new cfo posting, have they learned anything since the previous acquisitions... Or will the same mistakes happen again?
I have received an offer of a managerial position in the system planning group. Are things really bad as it is made to be sound here? I have until Wednesday to decide.
How is back to work treating her vertone
Jesuit university and Philosophy dropout Jason Kenney has just indicated that will can return to work March 1st barring it does not blow up in his face. How does everyone feel?
I am trying to summarize the changes that have taken place since I first came here and especially the changes over the last few years. Why can’t I think of almost any change for the better, but I can list a lot of things that have gotten worse?... — read more
Former colleague of mine was laid off in 2020 during the purge (she won't post here). A day after they were let go, their manager inquired if they would stay on for a month as a consultant to work with them to help finalizing things. They were told... — read more
For one employee who really works hard, here come maybe 5 of those who just pretend to work hard? I'm not judging them at all. I think that the value system in this company is such that even those who worked the hardest, eventually became... — read more
I am terribly disappointed. Why does everything here have to be such a mess? Why do problems just pile up and nothing is getting solved?
What's been happening to me lately.. I thought I had a good relationship with the manager and that he would take my complaint seriously because there are some things that simply don't work and that makes the job even harder. But no, instead I have... — read more
I left Pembina pre-covid for a better opportunity, and some feedback I give to anyone leaving there is to watch who you use as reference(s) and trust going forward. After I resigned and spent my final two weeks cross training, documenting processes... — read more