Thread regarding Chicago Bridge & Iron layoffs

CB&I was a good company to work for!

Worked at Shaw 11 years before co. was bought by CB&I, with CB&I 5 years. Both have been good places, surrounded by dedicated people. For most part- management has let me do my job with min. interference. CB&I has solid benefits, I hear they even offer a severance. Consistent yearly- small inflation based raises.

The Shaw nuclear experiment killed CB&I, but nuclear has always been a disaster, except pre-80's. Don't know bout McD, appears 'lean & mean', probably what it takes to survive. Hope- they don't send all the work overseas, American talent is second to none, and worth the extra cost, except as I've seen when unions get involved. My take anyway, stay tuned.......

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Not like we had a VP throw a hissy fit for not being on their boss’s succession plan, using privileged information, and the ceo put them on that plan - even though they weren’t qualified and the person they replaced actually was. Not that they would reward a firing offense that way.

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CB&I is corrupt period. HR is right in the middle of it.

What a disgrace to America and the great country we used ti be.

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Post ID: @mwl+Su3i9PI

This is not the same CB&I we used to have. This is flooded with corrupt managers, directors, veeps, sveeps, etc. We are bracing for large scale layoffs after the merger is closed.

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