Thread regarding Phillips 66 layoffs

Glad I’m here

Before the pandemic I was seriously contemplating leaving. I put the effort into finding other companies that would benefit through my experience and knowledge. Then all hell broke loose, states were shut down, corporations were losing millions if not billions in revenue - and industries across the board were having mass layoffs. I thank my lucky stars that I am still here. I may hate the politics and toxicity of the company but at least I am not waiting at the unemployment line.

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test of system to see if it works.

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Post ID: @Hvdb+17LeMEsU

Hi - I left P66 after 20 years for a bigger oil company - Year later I am out & got my pink slip - so don't leave and trust me bigger companies are a nightmare and worst than P66 - Two of my friends followed me and we all regret it - The culture s—s - and everything is outsourced and people don't even care. They don't even answer emails (CEO mentioned in his town hall as well) thats a shame!!
Keep the Paycheck and Pension while you have a job !!.

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Post ID: @oubg+17LeMEsU

I’m curious what was meant by P66 not valuing the “life and health” of its employees. I have an idea but would enjoy the elaboration.

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Post ID: @9pkt+17LeMEsU

I have to agree about the politics and toxicity. Its amazing how many mistakes have been made by leadership over the last year. Most importantly using the argument of a business model to not value the health and life of employees. Consequently they are left in position of laying off the bottom and losing the top.

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Post ID: @3qgn+17LeMEsU

politics and toxicity of the company...eventually make you sorry you came to this company I speak from experience....good luck

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