Thread regarding Marathon Oil Corp. layoffs

Positivity

Does anyone have anything positive to say about working at Marathon? Everyone I talk to is either looking for a new position, hoping to be let go and get a severance or waiting for bonuses to be paid out in March and then start looking.

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Good place to work. I’ve worked at three other companies in 28 years. Always left for something better and coming to marathon was no different

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Post ID: @mboi+1cBznJBl

I had positive things to say in the past. not sure I can anymore.
I work for a company that forced retirement on at least one employee, in the layoffs of two years ago, and decided that said employee should not get the stocks owed because the employee left without a one month notice. How sad is that, they layoff the employee practically walked out, then label it as a retirement and take the stock away - because they did not get a thirty day notice?

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Post ID: @ejeq+1cBznJBl

Good place to work. As long as you get your work done you’re left alone pretty much

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Post ID: @6ycy+1cBznJBl

No longer employed at MRO. Based on my LinkedIn feed, marathon folks are doing more than just looking. Watch out for that guy taking a random half day of vacation midweek.

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Post ID: @2kdx+1cBznJBl

Good thing: Flex days, vacation, it pays the bills

Bad things: leadership, and a whole $hit load of other things.

but it’s what you make of it. Not as easy to leave when you have a family to support.

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Post ID: @1lzg+1cBznJBl

I am positive the new building layout is gonna suck.

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Post ID: @1qwk+1cBznJBl

Blessed to have a good job. Very overwhelmed. Communication is lacking when everyone is so busy.

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Post ID: @qdm+1cBznJBl

I'm sure there is tons of positively. I'm just waiting to see the culture survey results to prove it.

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