Thread regarding ExxonMobil Corp. layoffs

When will Performance Assessment results be released; including NSI?

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Next month, but as early as now, you can already read your supv/mgr faces for the results.

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Post ID: @9qxy+1mSfSn0V

NRE can be put on an improvement plan but do not get offered the exit package.

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Post ID: @7bvh+1mSfSn0V

Usually July but some groups are already getting their feedback. Depends on when your ranking sessions were held.

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Post ID: @5ntu+1mSfSn0V

What about those that are deemed NRE? 52-55

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Post ID: @4cip+1mSfSn0V

There was no 'lay-off' with 10-month severance in 2020.
That's hog-wash.
It was Pip/Pil 3 months.

Public Image is Limited with this company.
but, then, always has been...

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Post ID: @1zzn+1mSfSn0V

The PADP training for this year included language saying that if you took the PIL you would be considered as voluntarily leaving the company, implying that you can’t collect unemployment. I’m not clear what happens if you don’t have a choice about accepting the PIL because you have less than 5 years with the company.

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Post ID: @1eph+1mSfSn0V

Confirming - If you get a new job after your PIL’d…. You just take it and go. EM doesn’t need to know, it’s none of their GD business what you do during that three months of measly separation they pay out to people who should have been laid off through proper FAIR channels, instead of disguised as a FAKE performance issue.

That said; in 2020 when people were laid off and received 10-mos severance, they were actually told that IF they accepted a new job sooner than the 10 months were up, they needed to let EM know.

Ha ha ha!! As if??

Why would any separated employee in their right mind - who was just kicked in the teeth and shown the door - care at all about ExxonMobil saving a penny?!?

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Post ID: @1fhp+1mSfSn0V

No, you can double dip, just like I did when I took the PIL. Don’t ask, don’t tell. Wink-wink. Nod-nod.

Post from TheLayoff.com

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Post ID: @1lpi+1mSfSn0V

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If you take the PIL and find a new job, say, in about 2-4 weeks or have a new job lined up, does the company stop or force you to pay back PIL?

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Post ID: @wtp+1mSfSn0V

You learn if you’re NSI in July - but don’t need to leave within 24 hours with PIL. Once ranking is communicated - you have a few weeks to decide / consult with financial planners, etc.

If you opt for PIL, it kicks in and lasts for 3 months, salary and benefits as they had been, then at conclusion, you are paid-out remaining vacation. If eligible, and you opt for lump sum, you get your pension LS about 5-6 months after that.

From what I understand, PIP starts usually around Sept 1 and concludes Dec 1. If you pass, you have a job. If you don’t, you are “released” from the company.

If you take PIL, you are not eligible for unemployment because you left voluntarily. Not sure how that works if you fail PIP - maybe you can collect unemployment - others on this forum probably know!

(From what I heard, PIP is often passed because they don’t want to fire people and have them collect unemployment … but the demoralization will only continue to occur and ramp up with time until you jump!)

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Post ID: @zls+1mSfSn0V

During the last two years, performance assessment results were communicated in July, If you were Needs Signficant Improvement (NSI), you had three months to pursue one or more combination of options:

(1) Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) for three months or,
(2) Take the Pay In Lieu (PIL) and leave within 24 hours or,
(3) If retirement eligible, you could retire by no later than November 1.

My guess is that this same process will continue for 2023.

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Post ID: @mhk+1mSfSn0V

End of the summer if I’m not mistaken? And then salary treatments get communicated first week of December.

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