Thread regarding Noble Energy Inc. layoffs

So who's getting the Axe this week?

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ

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So far job hunting had s—ed. Too many companies let HR screen the resumes and they miss on good people. Thank god for the recruiters. They know the right people to contact and I have 2 job interviews lined up and both are light years better than the job I had at Noble.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-9esv

I think the severance packages are minimum 3 months, or 2 wks per full year of employment (whichever of those 2 is greater), may be capped at a year if someone's a long time employee. Cobra is generally offered, I think, but insanely expensive; the regular insurance does end on the 31st, so get those dr visits in this week!

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-8jsy

To the wife who posted that her husband's insurance will be cut off on 8/31 - they should have offered him the reduced Cobra price for 6 months. He should be able to pay the premium he's been paying until like February.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-6rmv

I'm so sorry about your husband. What office/department was he in?

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-4pfa

Land/Lease & Contracts/GIS got hit yesterday. Comical because those groups are already understaffed.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-3pgf

Thought someone on here a couple of weeks ago said Marketing was in line for reductions.

They're safe now?

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-3okm

They say that the layoff is done. But they lie like dogs. I suspect there will be more next quarter. Merry Christmas!

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-2fiv

Sounds like both employees and contractors in Greeley today too (~15 total) Anyone have info on packages - are they doing severance based on years of service or anything? I have a family this time through the layoff cycle and we are hoping to be as prepared as possible because there will be another round..... always is.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-2zak

Noble laid my husband off today with no notice. Told him they will ship his belongings to him. He is 64...told us medical coverage will end 8-31-2019. I think that is totally heartless and so full off c-ap.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-2htv

Noble again strikes on a Tuesday. It seems to be their favorite day for layoffs. By now they are experts at layoffs. They don’t do anything else well... but they execute lay-off as well as anyone.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-2jdo

Who in Denver? Which groups?

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-1uut

30 were let go in Den67ver.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-1jjp

The hard part is working the systems to get axe with a package.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-1tsf

105? Not enough to move the needle on the balance sheet, but perhaps enough to move the needle on leadership’s bonus target.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-1phh

You don’t know it yet but the best thing that can happen to is to get laid-off by Noble. Trust me I know from my own experience. Noble is a bottom of the barrel company with no prospects and no future. It’s run by a bunch no of hope dolts. Time to move on.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-1cla

Two contractors got axed in Greeley today. There will be more. They’re not done.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-1amn

I got the axe last week. Done on 5 minutes notice. I got a package and a job interview this week. Best thing that could have happened. I hated that job.

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Post ID: @10CYP0MJ-usw

Noble is laying off 105 people total with the vast majority above the age of 40.

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