Did anyone hear how many total got cut?
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Seems that in BP those that raised a concern have a syndrome of suddenly becoming low performers. Of course when you test BP in it is policy that only one that fails is you.
I observed what "@RVjBeQe-1pikd" indicated. The minute you raised a concern, you become the concern. Management in BP is aided by HR to get ride off those of raised concerns. Do not believe for a second in BP's code of conduct. That is why Alaska's employees reached out to their politicians before line supervisors. BP management needs a "babysitter" to follow BP created and approved policies.
1ptaj, it’s also code for anyone who speaks up and raises a concern. You might find your performance eval rating suddenly drops and you’re out the door.
There are news articles indicating that BP counts on attrition. This is code language for anyone who takes approved time off or has a "line supervisor/ manager" with lack of experience to look at the big target on your back. Read of above posts and you get a sense that when BP generates money it operates out of control and now will "claim" efficiencies are needed because BP does not know how to operate sensibly along the way. BP asks for leniency when it has killed people in the refineries and deep water platform.
Forget those stock options given to level G, Those options are not been honored since your new manager will be rewarded for managing up via fake and lies as a way to fall in the good grace of the naïve upper management. Layer after layer of management added during downsizing times.
Review Dun & Bradstreet info regarding the type of employer and will quickly find out that one should have never worked for them. They have no moral compass even after Macondo Gulf Spill and all they do is preaching on ethics to numb employees brain cells. Their Code of Conduct is a joke as it is a nirvana state with many line managers lacking basic ethical standards rewarded over an over by BP.
Keep BP on its toes. Never say never but it is so difficult to consider them for employment. So unethical in many ways. See how badly they treat those who tolerated many years of bad management. Even general counsel left after sticking around the Macondo blowout. Read between the lines when the lawyers leave to greener pastures. Not good. Run fast and never look back. Thanks to social media, we have the power to save others from BP. Dash. HR is no longer what it was in 2000 and try very hard to never enter BP's black cloud.
Or maybe one of the people who received good performance ratings, but their role was no longer “needed.”
Are you one of those employees that all of a sudden became "non-performers" under false pretense?