Thread regarding Pioneer Natural Resources Co. layoffs

Dealing with disruptive managerial behavior?

I have to admit that I didn't really believe in such stories before, that is, that it is possible for a grown up person to be a victim of bullying, until it happened that the manager started bullying my close colleague. I have never before seen such undisguised animosity towards an employee.

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Caged rats is right. That group has more conniving, clueless, career obsessed managers than any other at PNR. Everyone there constantly reinventing the wheel for PMP credit. Where collaboration is encouraged…but not really. Construction and design “standards” are just unneeded bells and whistles (with cost overruns thrown in). Any attempt to improve the company’s way of doing business needs to start here.

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Post ID: @chtd+1bPCFF8n

They will always do nothing and it is a tactic done often!!!

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Post ID: @9vdp+1bPCFF8n

It's probably one of the groups under JDH. All the others think pioneer is a great place with high morals. Most all of them are this way because when they don't know what their people are doing they use anger to cover up their own incompetence.

I've seen a lot of instances where those managers are like caged rats when they are caught lying to make themselves look good. This is the reason that these groups that spend most of the companies money now only get a few bullets on the quarterly presentations.

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Post ID: @6afa+1bPCFF8n

Several of my pals were bullied by a colleague (same one). Managers knew and did nothing. They were protecting themselves, did not want to attract attention to the their “mismanagement”. The place is toxic, where poor pi-s performers can bully others and get away with that. It’s getting worse now.

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