Month: July 2020

Is ExxonMobil Exercising its “Operating Leverage”?

As discussed in our last ExxonMobil PIP article, ExxonMobil has positioned itself to potentially layoff employees through a “performance improvement plan” or PIP.  A PIP is essentially a severance offer to leave the company, although an ExxonMobil spokesperson stated that employees who receive a PIP have the opportunity to improve their performance and keep their

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Leaving KP? 10 Reasons to Consider Becoming a Traveling Nurse

Kaiser Permanente employees have a unique opportunity in the next couple years which could help set them up financially for the rest of their lives. For those Kaiser nurses who have put in at least 10 years of service and are age 50 (service pension eligible) and who want a change, transitioning to a traveling

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Is ExxonMobil Laying People Off Through PIP?

Earlier today Forbes & Business Insider confirmed the rumors which had been circulating within ExxonMobil circles for the past few months. It appears ExxonMobil, in an attempt to “cut more workers without using traditional layoffs” (Jones), has adjusted its performance evaluations in order to justify more job cuts. According to Forbes, “Exxon categorizes its employees based on their performance

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