Thread regarding Baker Hughes layoffs

How much will things change in the next 5-10 years?

I finally found a better opportunity. On one hand I’m glad I’m leaving, and on the other I’m a little nostalgic because it used to be nice to work here. I agree with someone who said that BH will survive, but that after all the changes it will not be anything like it was. I wonder what it will look like in a few years...

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Post ID: @OP+1bvmUsNb

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Best of luck to you my friend. For those of us who stay we must work together for a brighter future. We are the leaders of the free world.

Farewell you brave son of a g-n.

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Post ID: @dklw+1bvmUsNb

In 5 years, National 🏓 Tournaments shall be had at the __________ location. (Fill in the blank)

The cafeteria machines will be dispensing canned food 🥫 for $30 each and rationed to only 1 per day. Employees will all be contractors and can be laid off at any moments notice with less strings attached. In 5 years, the federal demoTAX rate will skyrocket to 90% to help fund the base income of Americans living the dream.

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Post ID: @4wnt+1bvmUsNb

There is no money left to be made at BH, the bubble has popped. BH is heading into more complex competition. And that competition has been in renewables for 15 years. BH isn’t leading the way, it’s one of the last to enter the energy transition, and that’s why BH keeps laying off and selling off frantically. BH needs the money to purchase IP and customers. The Exxon’s and Chevrons of the world are getting renewables at a fraction the BH can service them.
Great oilfield service company! Not an energy service company, not even close.

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Post ID: @2auo+1bvmUsNb

Baker’s (BOD) Aberdeen full of puddings don’t know what’s happening, management, shop floor manager’s, and employees haven’t a clue how to do the job there employed to do, it’s embarrassing listening to the excuses whenever something goes wrong, it wasn’t me 😇 it was ok when I went home, I got back in this morning and it’s like this, no one else was on the machine so it happened over there on the borers ( bubbles favourite saying ) am looking forward to seeing the next joke ( I mean job) coming off the hone

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Post ID: @2jfv+1bvmUsNb

In a few years, when you drive your EV to work, you may hear the last news of Baker Hughes in the radio. Then, you can tell yourself, "if I were still a Baker employee, I would have the opportunity to lock the door". Best luck to your future career

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Post ID: @1llo+1bvmUsNb

Yes, it WAS a great place to work. Will never be the same again. So move on. Good luck.

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Post ID: @1sso+1bvmUsNb

Leave and don’t look back. It’s going to look very different. On the operations service Delivery end…it’s going to be half the group you see today. Technology centers opening up in India and more outsourcing happening

Good luck!

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