Thread regarding Saudi Aramco layoffs

How much do you trust management?

Trust takes a long time and effort to develop, but only a single event to eliminate it completely...
I used to trust the management of this company a lot more, but lately I trust this management less and less... There were several situations where they have lost my trust....

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I love Big Brother! Oops, I mean Management.

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Post ID: @7qnx+1aAY4koU

I am Saudi citizen. unfortunately, their wives and kids even do not trust them, why will anyone else do? They are extremely selfish and corrupt. No Waasta No fair PMP, no promotion.

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Post ID: @7zow+1aAY4koU

Operational Excellence, an initiative led and fully-implemented by Saudi professionals, will require the management to rethink the future need for expats. The leadership at the company is now questioning why past initiatives have never been implemented until now. It may be that the expats have been blocking any streamlining efforts through job-justification PowerPoint presentations that do not contain any implementation plans. The management does possess a high level of emotional intelligence, which means that future cuts to the expat workforce will be very merciful, but forthcoming.

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Post ID: @6vbm+1aAY4koU

Been treated like sh-t since I arrived in saudi, never seen so many utter wankers in senior positions who don't have a clue about running a bath never mind building a new refinery, with fear , bullying & intimidation their favoured weapons of attack they spend their days trying to nail their staff for bu-----t violations and micro managing which achieves fuckall, why are these useless pieces of sh-t even employed? The rot goes all the way to Answer at the top This is why the company is fu---d and their future is doomed.

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Post ID: @6gzp+1aAY4koU

Expats, especially from the US, can tell you how kind and trustworthy the management can be. They treat us like we are gold and dear to their hearts šŸ„°. The management feels like we are one of their family members within the Kingdom. They often give credit where credit is due on major initiatives. It is clear that the management at this company cherishes our service to the organization.

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Post ID: @4pul+1aAY4koU

@3nry+1aAY4koU

Another delusional weirdo I see. Either a local masquerading as an expat or possibly an expat so desperate to satisfy (and avoid going home) he (or she) is willing to take it to the tonsils to remain here.

Sickening. Truly sickening!

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Post ID: @4bkv+1aAY4koU

Saudi's don't trust Management. Why would an expat ever trust them?. It s a cultural flaw and is notmal in tribalism. Trust only your kin.

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Post ID: @2hdh+1aAY4koU

How much do you trust management in any company? With hindsight, there may be some companies or some managers you trust more than others.

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Post ID: @1fth+1aAY4koU

"The Company has a progressive and benevolent management. The leadership is the envy of all other major IOCs. They embody the Pinnacle of Excellence in Leadership style. It is an honor to work for such a prestigious organization"

This post has been copied and pasted on so many discussions...can you be original?
Unless of course I'm missing on the sarcasm.

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Post ID: @1lnh+1aAY4koU

I put my notice in this week. Honestly this part of it. I’ve seen so many guys get screwed that I’ve come to realize it’s a matter of when not if.

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Post ID: @1xin+1aAY4koU

Says no one who has ever worked here...........

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Post ID: @1uyu+1aAY4koU

The Company has a progressive and benevolent management. The leadership is the envy of all other major IOCs. They embody the Pinnacle of Excellence in Leadership style. It is an honor to work for such a prestigious organization.

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