Just had an Uber ride with a young driver who also worked at CVX downtown Houston. As an ex employee we talked a bit. She said DWEP was dissolved and there was a singular GOM group (Houston/Covington). About time, I thought. So two management structures became one. Which legacy group was dominant? What happened to the likes of Thurston, Morris, etc,etc. can anyone share? I was surprised (probably not) and curious of the new org. Share please...
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7uln, I posted as 7vdb, and I did not post as -6vxb, so you are 100% dead wrong. Nice try at mind-reading and guessing. And your opinion about who's intelligent and not is quite revealing of your own lack thereof. People judge those like you by their ignorance.
Don't quit your day job, if you even have one.
Well, -7vdb, I must say your remarks in the previous post is so much more civil and intelligently stated that I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. It’s quite a turn around from the way you were posting as -6vxb. As you and other may well realize, people judge you by the way you behave, speak (and write). Cheers!
6trt, Yes, I work part time and I am a supervisor. I was laid off from Chevron. I have a better position than I had before, (at least I believe so), better hourly pay, better benefits, and I love my job. I also do not work Fridays. At ALL. No 4-tens, no 9-80, no offshore trips, none of that. Part time. Please don't hate me for getting a sweet gig, I know it's not easy to do. I do still hold dividend aristocrat CVX. How about you?
Cheers! Have a great weekend folks!
Team building boondoggles are a complete waste of money at Chevron. The foundational prerequisites in the work culture are not there to make these team building events worthwhile.
Sounds like all of you bitter losers need to go on some team building outing together. Perhaps some ice skating at the mall? I see one of you is now a Zamboni driver; maybe you can get some discount tickets.
-6wae, are you saying you’re a part time supervisor? Surely you don’t expect anyone here to buy that lie, dimwit. 😂
Don’t be silly -6vxb. Today is Thursday and you say it’s your day off? Yeah, sure. I think everyday now is your day off. LMAO. Go supervise what’s on TV.
BTW, I’m retired so I can post anytime I want, dimwit.
5bsd, I am off today, so no need to get all snippity. You, however, are obviously a piece of petulant useless deadwood as you are posting on here during work hours. You need to finance my massive dividend, you pathetic incompetent lowlife who needs to be cut from the tree. In addition, you are a butthurt loser without a life which is why you are trolling this forum instead of doing something productive or sociable if this is your lunch hour. You really need to work harder for me . I am a supervisor. My job is to make sure underling little dimwits like you are working and not trolling like butthurt losers on this website. You can expect to be left standing during the next round, then kicked out on your little pathetic sore butthurt A$$. Chop Chop!!!!! He's coming for you!
-5gti, I see you are posting on this site during working hours. So if you are “still working” I would question you on what? Seems to me you’re part of the problem that’s dragging us down. Get back to “real work” you piece of deadwood.
Three good reasons -5cle.
Need to get out of Covington. Hateful, bigoted and petty office.
Everyone knows that a poor relationship with your supervisor spells a short career. I read the comment from -4lfk about “people without good relationship” to mean something more subjective than what you take as the obvious. I interpret the comment as not having the appropriate level of relationship in regards to how “others” perceive oneself, the affected employee. These are things or perceptions that you cannot control, but work negatively for you when others with influence or positions of power don’t perceive you as having the right kind of relationship (in their view). For example, if a person who holds your career in their hands doesn’t view you as “kissing up” enough to stroke their ego, you run the risk of being on the chopping block. I can list other examples, but you get the idea.
4lfk, Without a good relationship with your supervisor? That's pretty much how it works at any company. Have anything actually relevant to add?
People without good relationship will be let go.
"I got into some strangers car and she said some things, are they true?"
Walmart greeter is a stressful job. Always having to try to be cheerful? I have applied for the job of Zamboni floor cleaner at the mall. On bad days, people won't really notice and yet there is great job satisfaction knowing the tile is spotless after each pass.
People who take jobs as Walmart greeters after retirement, particularly from a major corporation, don't do so for the money. Study up junior. There is plenty of info about retirees and retirement on the internet, where you guys get all of your education these days.........
I was talking to the WalMart greeter in Meyerland who told me as a retiree that he was glad to see........... It was at this point I thought how great it will be to retire and still have to work.
They all got let go because protected SLB drilling providers for years and then brought in Halliburton who are messing the place up with directional and logs
I think our next CEO should be a Uber driver.
Uber driver inside scoop is just as valid as 98% of crap spewed on here.
We are taking advise from Uber drivers now and passing around rumors and gossip? Consider the source.
Now Go get a job and quit Trolling, asswipe.
That just teaches you not to believe anything that a uber driver tells you is all.