Is any more consulting from PK really needed? https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2019-07-19/schlumberger-to-pay-outgoing-ceo-6-million-in-consulting-deal
Topics regarding layoffs at Schlumberger Ltd.
9 years of current CEO and things could not be worse with share prices on the floor, dividend about to be cut, no clear plan on how to get out of the mess while he still gets paid massive bonus and salary. Underperformers can make a lot of money... — read more
What are the craziest things you have witnessed during your time at slb? For me it's expired medical certificates that got litterally photoshopped so employees could go offshore.
Wonderful and forward thinking transformation plan..,incredible foresight...the transformational plan will take us into the future and make us more successful Get on board or get kicked off the train... — read more
Many Grouchy posters....SLB is Great.....Awesome place
They way they talk, post, like and comment... What do you think? — read more
Does serial underperformance and dreaming up failed "new ways to work" and "transformation" initiatives merit multi-million dollar compensation packages while the share price tanks? Surely its time for a shareholder revolt to oust these fraudsters. — read more
I have seen high performing senior managers from some of our acquisitions resign and join competitors because of the terrible disrespectIve and egoistic way they are treated by some of the senior SLB management. This costs the company huge amount of... — read more
Everybody knows by now about constant layoffs at Schlumberger and the way the company treats its employees. Just a simple Google search will show that to any potential employee. So how are we managing to still rope people in? Who is desperate enough... — read more
The problem with the company is that Schlumberger has never developed anything from scratch, instead relying on buying in technology or companies then singularly failing to evolve the technology or even beginning understand it and then dumping key... — read more
After laying off all the people with skills truly needed for oil industry, SLB management now focuses on their next daydreams of digital era and robotics... Even before the downturn, SLB management was always detached from reality. Why do you need... — read more
It’s a company with a prestigious past. Today it’s a beast eating itself. Way too much process- not enough individualism and innovation. Let’s see what happens? — read more
Everything is supposed to be automated so how did this happen? Something funny going on.
So why all the external hires ? Is none of the existing management getting a look in ? Is fishing really going to be Red Baron ? Red Baron for real ? — read more
after laying off thousands and thousands of good employees to cut the cost, it hired almost same number with no experience. most upper management are disconnected from realities. ceo failed miserably to lead the company (as per another person, if he... — read more
Or these all are fake nuz ?
Will we get our pensions? What about my vacation and sick leave?
When will Schlumberger setup system to pay more money to Notre Dame. ? I can't wait to donate my profit share award — read more
what is happening with the stocks? it is declining so bad. I thought SLB has good prospects with all the new digital era and transformation
https://www.rigzone.com/news/schlumberger_subsidiary_cuts_jobs_in_permian-09-may-2019-158798-article/ "Product & Logistics Services LLC (P&LS), a subsidiary of Schlumberger Limited, is ceasing operations at its facility in the Permian Basin... — read more
Drilling Fluids seems to be the one stable product for SLB. You can't drill a well without drilling Mud. Just need to get the management of drilling fluids right so that they hire and keep the right people. Managers tend to hire people that are... — read more
I realize I was a dumb--s for doing this but it was a one off and I won’t do it again. The cops didn’t say anything about my employer so I am thinking I am in the clear but not sure Does anybody know what could happen here? Thank you kindly for any... — read more
Layoffs may to cost centers including - Admins/HR/Procurement/Research centers (Nerve centers...). Better start pretending you are digital, born digital, work digital whatever that means ... talk open source like your executives without understanding... — read more
Stock was up to $48 before the Noggie opened his mouth at the earnings call. Ever since then the stock has gone straight down.
Check this out, slb ceo bough slb shares only once https://www.ceo-buys.com/search?tickers=Slb And the volume? You be the judge. — read more
Sugar land centers will be laying off soon. The PTC transfer is failing miserably, more management to be let go.
What is a good social network for E&P now? — read more
To All Schlumberger employees in Europe: Stage a walkout at 10 in the morning on 1 May 2019 in protest of management decision regarding donation to Notre Dame at the expense of employees' salary, profit share. — read more
Now being valued at $35.00 a share (9 x FY’20 EBITDA) - looks like a major RIF coming? The glory days are well and truly over.
No raise, no profit sharing but 1million Euros for Notre Dame. Sounds about right.
how much revenue did Cameron make outside north America - compare year on year (mar 2018 vs mar 2019). You will be surprised to see the vision of Paal in action — read more
Rosharon, ummm uhhhh quiet. any news? are they even still there?
Looking at some advice on how to reverse out 28 days aged beef from my swimming pool. Does the layoff community have any useful tips?
Getting ready to shift more and more manufacturing out of the Ky plant to the China facility. Sad day.
Can someone educate me why we have Schlumberger office up north in Canada while there is no job or client left ? Why we are loosing all these good techs in Houston and we are keeping idle bored people in Canada ?! Time to shut Canada office down. — read more
Schlumberger hates anyone under G10 as it perceives them to be uneducated. Instead Schlumberger relies heavily on management with degrees from the Ivy League......these are the same people who have managed to navigate Schlumberger to a nearly 50%... — read more