Thread regarding ConocoPhillips layoffs

I hope I will not witness any more acquisitions here

I wouldn’t say that anything changed for the better after any of the acquisitions that have happened since I’ve been here. In fact, after each one things got worse and now I hope to be cut so that I will no longer have to witness the bad moves of this company.

There are more and more rumors about layoffs - does anyone have any idea how big they could be?

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Hahahahhaaaa!!
Previous post is pretty funny.
Gotta hand it to you HR troll, your attempt at developing a sense of humor is paying off.

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Post ID: @glmz+1cYlBVEn

OP - no layoffs. Raises for all, effective February 2022. We crushed earnings this year. VCIP will likely exceed 150% of tgt. Promotions for most that exceed minimum time in sgl. Talk to your manager and TMT before EOY if you are eligible.

And if you are moving to Midland, ask for a one time COLA adjustment (discretionary). Shoot your shot.

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Post ID: @fflc+1cYlBVEn

Shell is not an elite O&G anymore. Shell will spend money chasing the green unicorn and will realize it doesn't worth it after there is point of no return

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Post ID: @1zjx+1cYlBVEn

I am hoping all of this is not true

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Post ID: @1jge+1cYlBVEn

Top 10 Reasons to not want to work here. 1) inept arrogant management. 2) woke culture focused on their ever changing views of what is virtuous. 3) broken performance management system focused only on the elite hi pots. 4) lack of experience at the leadership level particularly in Permian operations JV squad 5) unwillingness to take risks. 6) lop sided compensation system that drives bad decisions for the company. 7) non-productive and ineffective obsession with safety optics. 8) no sense of belonging, loyalty or company culture other than stab others in the back before they stab you. 9) lack of opportunity. 10) it’s depressing to work here

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Post ID: @1rsx+1cYlBVEn

I feel badly for the Shell folk. You have worked for one of the most elite O&G companies in the history of the industry. And now this. Sad development. You must put aside any technical expertise if you want to last here. It will be as though you travelled to a parallel universe where nothing makes sense.

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Post ID: @1rtd+1cYlBVEn

Welcome Shell friends! You’re about to be introduced to a back stabbing world of PowerPoint Jockeys who all think they’re the next great leader. If you think we still find lil and gas or do science, you’re in for a cold shock. Dot unpack your things, polish your resume, and start looking for another job pronto.

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Post ID: @xbx+1cYlBVEn

For Shell employees, I think is positive having the opportunity to work in a major that still focus in oil and gas. Shell future is on new energies and everybody knows Shell can't innovate, so it will eventually be a time bo-b for such a great company to vanish. There are not many opportunities in the US to work in Shell

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Post ID: @tgp+1cYlBVEn

I’m excited to join COP and grateful to still have a job! I’m going to guess that it’s better working at COP than any service company so it doesn’t sound too bad. What are the real reasons for someone not wanting to work here?

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Post ID: @swk+1cYlBVEn

It amazes me that there are those who would actually like to move to Conoco after the Permian sale.

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Post ID: @gkj+1cYlBVEn

Who cares any more? Certainly not me.

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