Thread regarding Pioneer Natural Resources Co. layoffs

So let us think on this, what If an Exxon , Chevron, or Shell buys Pioneer? What are the next steps?

They will look at performance reviews relative to Pioneer and then relative to their own organizations training and development program. They will look at the schools and the academic records. Finally they will look at the oilfield service companies monthly P&L's especially at the expense accounts for sales and business development that entertain Pioneer Resources. This happens all the time. The oilfield service companies will give you up quickly. This way the big boys can weed out the low performers. The Pioneer workers who take off Friday regularly. It also lets the oilfield service companies know who their sales people are and who are also unwanted by the big boys. They may catch a few rule breakers too. Seen it happen many times in OKC, Houston, and Lafayette.

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A bunch of losers hanging on to a dying industry. It’s time to find another job.

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Think they will look at the facts that performance reviews are "incumbent " and a this person always gets an E so we better keep giving it to them type attitude. Or those whose mom/uncle/aunt works here?

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Be careful cause Exxon audited a service company which I will not name and they found a salesman who was padding his expense account. Turns out this fella was writing in all kinds of Exxon workers names for sporting events, hunting trips, fishing trips, expensive golf outings, and gentlemen club entertainment. Turns out about 2/3rds of the Exxon workers he put down as attending actually did not attend. It required a lot of verification as to where you were and who you were with. Some people were fired.

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