Category: COP

Will ConocoPhillips Stop Matching 401(k) Contributions?

ConocoPhillips is in the process of cutting costs to help cope with the current recession caused by the pandemic.  Coronavirus took a toll on the entire economy, but it came down on the oil & gas industry especially hard. According to S&P Global, ConocoPhillips announced plans to cut an additional $1.6 billion in operating expenditures,

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ConocoPhillips is Cutting Costs. Will a Pension Freeze be Next?

ConocoPhillips, along with most other oil companies, is in the process of trying to cut costs to help deal with the economic downturn brought on by the Coronavirus.  The pandemic hurt the entire economy, but it came down on the oil & gas industry especially hard. Some companies like Chevron have chosen to conduct layoffs

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ConocoPhillips? What Corporation will do to Save Their Dividends?

The worldwide pandemic has had Fortune 500 companies scrambling to protect their dividends and keep their shareholders happy. Almost every economic sector took a hit, but the Oil & Gas Industry was among the most affected. The results have been generally negative for workers at those companies. In April, The Houston Chronicle reported that ConocoPhillips

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Top 10 Articles Read by ConocoPhillips Employees

1. Life after COP: Should I Work in Retirement? Choosing whether or not to continue working either full-time or part-time in your retirement is a decision you’ll have to make based on the benefits you receive from employment. The benefits one receives from working can be divided up into two categories; financial and emotional. Read

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7 Things To Do Before Leaving ConocoPhillips

If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of losing your job, there is a lot to process. Your mind is racing and you simply just don’t know how to operate. Loss of a job, especially for those with over 20 years of service,  affects the same receptors in the brain as loss of a

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