Everyone heard about last week’s layoffs. But I haven’t heard much about who got laid off. What groups were they in? IT? BD? Projects? Ops? Were they engineers? Midstream or refining?
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Phillips is similar to other large companies: no one cares about the workers. It's just window dressing for the share holders. IMO - managers don't get ahead in corporations by being nice and playing fair That is a fairy tale business model that never existed.
Not true on managers and supervisors. Know of at least one that was laid off. Absolutely right on the people doing the actual work being let go.
PBF Refinery in Paulsboro laid off 250 people last week. Which is about half of its total workforce. They sited the obvious reasons lack of demand that has impacted the entire industry. I'd be surprised if there are no layoffs at Bayway. Yet the lot is full of contractors, go figure.
Approximately 50, no managers or supervisors . . .so it begins just like ConocoPhillips where only the ones doing actual work are let go,
I got laid off. I was in Midstream. Any ideas how many total?