Thread regarding ExxonMobil Corp. layoffs

Attrition is out of control

Who is even left to PIP? People are leaving everyday and there are certain groups that have gone from 8-10 pre-Covid, down to 2 people trying to do all the same work! Who is management even managing these days?

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Are people in the business lines quitting at high rates as well? I thought it was just here in EMIT.

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Post ID: @3emx+1aoCk3yo

Anyone care to comment on attrition levels in Midland ? I have heard of several managers leaving or seriously contemplating leaving.

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Post ID: @3hoe+1aoCk3yo

In my case as a front line supervisor I have been given so many people to manage I can’t keep up. I am in a field office though. They got rid of the other supervisors.

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Post ID: @2hke+1aoCk3yo

Who can blame those who have resigned? I am looking as is everyone I know. I’ve applied to several jobs already.

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Post ID: @1wey+1aoCk3yo

I’m glad I left in 2016 before the company spiraled way out of control! What a s–t show.

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Post ID: @1ttb+1aoCk3yo

@oui+1aoCk3yo

Employees- The roof! The roof! The roof is on fire!

Management- We don’t need no water!

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Post ID: @1lxm+1aoCk3yo

@1oox+1aoCk3yo

Your comment is exactly why resignations in Midland and Carlsbad will accelerate. Management doesn’t care to look at details which matter. They think they can treat entire US workforce “the same” but fail to recognize they have cut Permian salaries close to 30% even though others were paying more to begin with while those in Houston are losing their minds over losing 7% match. Benchmarking of salary and benefits needs to be done for each location not done for Houston and applied everywhere. Also if management thinks they can easily replace the knowledge that is walking out the door with any engineer of an equivalent CL they are in for a rude awakening. They are losing years of experience to competitors right now. I expect more to come especially now that managers are resigning. When a manager resigns all the younger engineers wake up to the fact that there are better jobs out there. Pretty amazing to see statements like it is a small number of people so who cares when talking about one of the two assets that is constantly being mentioned to investors. If the Guyana project teams started to resign en mass would Houston care? Does the corporation just think anyone can do unconventionals and it doesn’t take years of experience to learn?

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Post ID: @1sxm+1aoCk3yo

Why wouldnt it? Even plant d.e if you dont water and nurture them. And here we are talking about living people.

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Post ID: @1rrt+1aoCk3yo

@dmy+1aoCk3yo

Going to take more than 401k and raises in Midland and Carlsbad. Need to reinstate the cost of living adjustment as well. If you are moved from Houston to a higher cost location you should have a cost of living adjustment. Company is cheating those in Midland and Carlsbad.

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Post ID: @1jed+1aoCk3yo

Turns out in Midland my manager even figured out what we have been telling him. Even with now gone cost of living adjustment and gone 401k match we were underpaid. Making 30% less than a year ago and no reason to stay. Everyone is looking for a way out.

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Post ID: @1kvy+1aoCk3yo

Did no one recognize there was a problem when IT paid a Management Consulting company literally hundreds of thousands of $$ ... maybe millions just so they could have titles similar to those of the White House? w-f!!! Chief of Staff, Tower Leads, Scrum Master?? Why not sc—m master? Seriously folks you need to have your f* heads examined!!! Oh, let’s not forget about Thomas the Train! “If you’re not on board, the “bad actors” must go.” Get out why you can. This place is a nothing but an embarrassment!

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Post ID: @1hjg+1aoCk3yo

The sad thing is management doesn’t give a damn. Nothing will be done to change.

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Post ID: @1hpn+1aoCk3yo

I know where I work we must be close to a dozen resignations. A manager even resigned today.

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Post ID: @1aam+1aoCk3yo

I love it here, I’m scared if I left the next Company wouldn’t have the same commitment to handrail safety

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Post ID: @1gdp+1aoCk3yo

Do we have any hard #s on this? Really interested to hear the stats. I mean, we know it's bad... but how bad?

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Post ID: @1ezm+1aoCk3yo

Guess it's Zombie Wells pumping all the way down.

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Post ID: @1obg+1aoCk3yo

HR what is your plan now? When we start hiring how are you going to sell the companies to attract talent? Before you showed them the carrot of long-term career with great benefits. Now, with the revised PA process you can no longer sell the carrot of long term career, so what will you sell to them? Pension? Retirement benefits? Impressive campus? Traditional and old fashioned managment? Training opportunities? I mean really what will you sell to attract talent so they can help you sell your Mobil1?

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Post ID: @1qbf+1aoCk3yo

More coming if they don't reinstate the 401k and give raises next year. This company is a s–t show compared to competitors. Very obvious DW significantly ruined this company from the s–t he was handed.

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Post ID: @dmy+1aoCk3yo

This pleases me to no end. Let this mfer burn!!!

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Post ID: @oui+1aoCk3yo

That’s what Exxon gets for listening to management consultant clowns. Let the company sink.

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Post ID: @lyx+1aoCk3yo

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