Thread regarding ExxonMobil Corp. layoffs

India "Returnship Program"

L M A O. Seen on LI. How's that outsourced staffing plan working out, execs?

"If you’re on a #career break and looking to restart your professional journey👩‍💻, read on.

Though career gaps are not uncommon, they’re still frowned upon by many. At ExxonMobil, we agree with recruiters advocating for a change in this mindset. I’m happy to announce the ExxonMobil India Returnship Program for experienced professionals who’ve chosen to take a career break for any reason. Our 12-week, paid, office-based program includes mentoring and #networking sessions, trainings, and project assignments to enable a soft launch for returners. Candidates shortlisted at the end of the program may be offered full-time employment.

People take career breaks for a host of reasons and the deserving shouldn’t be overlooked if they are trying to return after a gap. Here’s a call to those who have refueled their career after a break: drop your story in the comments, so that our applicants can get an inspiration boost should they need it😊

Check out our openings here:


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They’ll probably be trying this in HC10 countries soon, for positions we cannot fill because we are below the payband.

Post ID: @1kee+1mTOXLHa

When there is not enough people in India to find people that want to work at EM.

Seems bad.

Post ID: @ecg+1mTOXLHa

Meanwhile, in ROW, career gaps are not UNCOMMON, BUT they’re still frowned upon by MANY, INCLUDING ExxonMobil


Post ID: @lnt+1mTOXLHa

While I see nothing wrong with this type of program, given the offshoring effort at EM, it smells a bit desperate when considering this is target for India. What's happening over there?

Post ID: @bjj+1mTOXLHa

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