Thread regarding BP PLC layoffs

BP Layoffs 2018

If you look at things carefully, use your brain, you may notice that many folks are leaving and there are rumors about layoffs in London.

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For the last 3-5 years BP in Naperville has been laying off in bulk, the latest 65-70 people at end of 2018. Now the biggest BP property in Naperville is up for sale: (https://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20180628/CRED03/180629841/bp-puts-85-acres-up-for-sale-in-naperville)

This is the worst place I've ever worked, morale is at bottom, Managers getting promoted acting like it's the best thing to happen, and it may be for them but not for the hundreds of workers actually doing work. And I use the term Manager intentionally since there are no Leaders left. Jobs being moved offshore asap for cost savings, and "Leadership" takes credit and prides themselves for "cost savings". Not too "strategic" to layoff USA workers and move their jobs offshore where English is not the first language. Customers absorb the pain while BP absorbs the profits.

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BP = Broken Promises

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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/10-companies-with-the-worst-reputations-2013-03-05

#bademployer

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In a certain department BP management fires people in a really squirrelly way. Considering some teams should set an example, BP's actions make the name of the company stand for Belated Pest PLC. When one refers to "educated beyond capabilities" the number 1 on the list is BP as no matter how many assets, consulting solutions, or marketing slogans, BP fails to honor its words and bleeds people's pocket. BP promises a monopoly compensation package. When payment time is approaching. fuel combusts those debts and let people bite the dust.

No different to a supervisor forcing employees to foot the restaurant bill for a lunch or celebration she organized. #bademployer

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A BP manager that worked over 20 years had his relocation cancelled and told only option was to secure a job in Naperville. This was not possible due to the major reorganization and BP confiscated his medical retiree medical benefit with less than 1 yr to turn 50. Given that BP has find "temporary" positions to who they feel like to bridge them until retirement, it was a shame to see this happened. Even since that occurred BP has continue with the practice and treat soon to be ex-employees with the same inequalities it did when given promotions and salary increases. Do not expect a miracle and realize that BP will treat you even worst on the way out. Say good bye to stock options since you will have to sign severance package under BP's terms to receive the stock options they offered and did not mentioned how they will confiscate that compensation if you do not sign severance under BP's terms.

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Post ID: @PLYtYgG-3Iczj

BP fails the smell test. Many Hispanics are severed under "legal" justifications. White management is unable to tolerate (much less be inclusive of ) the Hispanic essence. Read the first post...use your brain Hispanics...

I am Hispanic and worked for the company for over a decade. In the last five years saw how white management replaced all experience Hispanics in the department with non experience white employees. All hiring decisions justified under the veil of "we are moving into a different direction" code for "white management does not know how to lead and include Hispanics".

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Are people near retirement age loosing their jobs?

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Layoffs dropped in Westlake. Anyone hear how many total heads rolled?

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Post ID: @PLYtYgG-2acsv

North American Gas and Power are having back office layoffs announced today

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Post ID: @PLYtYgG-1Dtgh

How about in Houston? Any news? We tend to have the same “attentions” when reducing as London.

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Post ID: @PLYtYgG-efkv

lol use your brain. don't use your b*tt

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