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.
Originally posted by @PLYtYgG-3Iczj in an old thread, I thought it deserved to be on the front page.