This thread is for info about potential Phillips 66 Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Topics regarding layoffs at Phillips 66
There will be a small layoff soon. Thats the reason for the October town hall. Much bigger one coming in 2020. Save your VCIP. Any chance we can get more info on this?
Who started the fire? Eldas Phillips, brother Frank, PPC incorporate Kansas/Texas, panhandle they, started drilling wells. Town they pick is Bartlesville, make gasoline plus NGL, Borger has refinery, a new type of gas. Driving car feeling fast, 66... — read more
Phillips 66 announced that it plans to form a partnership with Renewable Energy Group to produce renewable diesel on a large scale and wants to establish a big production facility near one of its former refineries in the state of Washington. While... — read more
This is a master thread about Phillips 66 Layoffs in 2019?
Goal to reduce workforce by 1000 personnel. Targeting older high year employees. SURE, Honor and Commitment.
Information Security are clueless unless all the answers are handed to them on a platter. You have used some fancy words like "local cache" and "intranet" - and you can watch all the espionage movies in the world and dream we have the ability to see... — read more
Here we go, time and date are all set up: HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 20, 2018--Phillips 66 (NYSE: PSX) executive management will host a conference call webcast at noon EDT on Friday, Oct. 26, to discuss the company’s third-quarter 2018 financial... — read more
Has anybody heard about layoffs at the Borger Refinery? Maybe next month?
I saw a document on the HR site that was open for a few hours (now it says I don't have access). It says another round of cuts will come in mid September primarily for Finance and IT. (But a smaller number from some other groups). It mentioned... — read more
PSX stock price on Friday, August, 10th - ~122. PSX stock price Wednesday, August 15th - ~117. Somebody turn AdvantEdge66 the hell off!!! Hurry!!!!
Anybody knows if layoffs in Bartlesville and Houston were all done last week or if we can expect more? I was hoping last week was it, but then I read there might be more coming and now I'm nervous all over again. Any chance somebody has any more info... — read more
Why is the company not offering employees the chance to express interest in being laid off? If they did this they would get the head count reduced to where they want it and nobody would have to leave that didn’t want to. In fact they would get so... — read more
Are people getting laid off today? Saw something on Facebook that ,are me think it had started.
Phillips 66 seems to be laying people off not by how well they do their job but by how old they are and how long they've been with the company. Nobody over 50 is safe here. This week will be really bad, especially for the older workers. I'm just not... — read more
I want to understand how we can justify laying off? What exactly are we trimming for? We just received 2.7 BILLION back in taxes from the Trump plan. We had adjusted earnings of 1.3 BILLION or $2.90 per share. We've put all this money into stock... — read more
In Houston and Bartlesville.
Wondered when we would actually start.....overdue!
What's the news about contractors here Bartlesville? Today I heard that they are trying to get rid of all the contractors.
I used to carpool with a guy that was a regular follower of this website. I used to post stuff all the time on here that was completely fabricated, and would laugh when he would get in the car and say "my buddy told me..." It's the simple joys in... — read more
It's hard to see things getting better - are we going to have job reductions in corporate in Houston.
I see a lot of posts around, but it's all pretty much the same info repeated in different shapes and forms. It's been a while since we heard anything new. Any chance we can write all of this off as rumors gone wild, or has there been any new info to... — read more
Bartlesville Fitness employees to be laid off soon. Bartlesville Printing department employees to be laid off soon. ServiceDesk employees and consultants to be laid off by the end of the year. Other departments announcing soon. Departments to be... — read more
When you make millions you're pretty callous and uncaring and arrogant (almost laughingly ) when asked questions about layoffs. Oh well we are just the little people with our little lives and our no so little bills to pay. ...keep the shareholders... — read more
advantedge is Get rid of any employees over about 45 to 50 and get more new hires who can do the job better cheaper and more efficiently get rid of anyone older. Many many layoffs coming this fall and spring
P66 is moving labs to Ponca City where it has the state's largest refinery and moving corporate support to Houston. With COP soon to withdraw from Bartlesville P66 has re-evaluated it's cost to continue to support this isolated campus on it's own and... — read more
The prospects of one day transferring to Bartlesville is a dark cloud over the head of both P66 and COP employees. Bartlesville as a whole is quite hostile to the new employees of either company in addition.
Tulsa World keeps writing stories about store closures in Bartlesville. Recent big name brand store closures Bartlesville at the mall and around town along with restaurant closings looks like this little town is beginning to fade away and dry up. The... — read more
Looks pretty ugly.
Any news on Bville IT and Finance layoffs? Rumor is big changes coming after Q1 earnings and annual shareholders meeting.
I found this on Conoco's layoff discussion. It is a bit demeaning why drag us ? This is loosely based on song from movie Borat. ConocoPhillips greatest company in the world all other companies are run by little girls. ConocoPhillips number one... — read more
Rumor has it, 140% for corporate staffs
Unexpected layoffs coming soon. Several let go today.
How about a bit growth for a change - I do hear that we may have layoffs in Houston.
I just saw an org announcement where someone changed roles in Bartlesville, and their old role was moved to Houston. I expect this to happen more frequently. This saves them from having to physically move someone, but still adds personnel in Houston.
Anybody know the latest
I've been browsing the COP board and read all of the negative comments toward Bville. Many at COP mistakenly believe ALL of their problems will be solved by closing the Bville office and terminating those employees or transferring a few to Houston... — read more