Thread regarding Phillips 66 layoffs

P66 to soon follow suite restructuring and centralizing to Houston.

P66 is moving labs to Ponca City where it has the state's largest refinery and moving corporate support to Houston. With COP soon to withdraw from Bartlesville P66 has re-evaluated it's cost to continue to support this isolated campus on it's own and is considering doing the same in 2019. We are getting all kinds of questions that support this. Not sure if same consultants that COP is using are being used by P66. Good Luck All!

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I don't think labs will go anywhere they will just be closed and that type of work outsoureced. I also think Bartlesville employees will either move to Houston or look for employment near hear.

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Post ID: @htxl+Ok3k1cw

Sounds like a Ponca person talking crap..

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Post ID: @eshv+Ok3k1cw

As with everything else, I'll believe it when it happens. The Town Hall told us a whole bunch of nothing so we will see.

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Post ID: @dhmm+Ok3k1cw

The primary objective of digital transformation is to eliminate the need for the IT infrastructure and associated cost and headcount in Bartlesville. Once this is completed, the company will focus on moving remaining support functions to Houston. The single biggest expense in Bartlesville is IT.

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Post ID: @9lqj+Ok3k1cw

Where did you hear this? Is there any truth at all? All the big tours at the prc make one wonder...

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Post ID: @9ipl+Ok3k1cw

The Layoff.com seems to have a clear bias against Bartlesville employees. Their comments read as if eliminating COP or P66's campuses in their hometown would solve their companies ills.

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Post ID: @7hfx+Ok3k1cw

It is extremely quiet here right now! Would you like to buy a house in Bartlesville?😊

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