Thread regarding Oceaneering International Inc. layoffs

Oceaneering needs to care about its employees again

This company was great and used to care about there employees but now its a sh-- show! Cut pay, cut safety bonuses, cut travel,no one is getting promoted, cut healthcare and now they cut the one (and only one) holiday pay. If you work on christmas you dont get holiday pay and alot of those guys don't even want to be out in the middle of the ocean working for sh-- pay on christmas but cant come home til the job is done! b---s---! Time to look at different and better companies for employment! Oceaneering needs to get their heads out of there a-- and care about there workers offshore! Thoes guys are the onlu reason why oceaneering is still standing!!

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Just because the industry is low right now it does not mean that you can treat your employees bad. No matter how bad the industry is, treat your employees right and they will ride through the storm with the company.

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Oceaneering use to be a great company to work for and now it is depressing. Employees are the sales people for the company, the more you treat them like crap, the more the company looses its brand.

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I can't disagree on your comments regarding the market but that's only half the story. Our decline started back in 2012 when a certain ex Baker executive joined The Company. Our culture & methods of working were slowly changed.The new management is more interested in 'spin' than the actual bottom line, just look at our current Leaders, no one encourages entrepreneurial practices.

It's sad that a once great company, is in decline.

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I can't disagree on your comments regarding the market but that's only half the story. Our decline started back in 2012 when a certain ex Baker executive joined as our COO. Our culture & methods of working were slowly changed.The new management is more interested in 'spin' than the actual bottom line, just look at our current Leaders, no one encourages entrepreneurial practices.

It's sad that a once great company, is in decline.

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While working at Oceaneering makes it a more personal issue, this is industry wide and not just at Oceaneering. It also appears that it is happening in other industries as well, it is just not being reported by the media. Most of your "corporatized" companies no longer put people first, that is a reality, if you want that environment work for a small business. Pay off your debt, save your money, and hunker down as some well known investors and economists are predicting another collapse that will make 2008 look like a cake walk.

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Going on everywhere, as of at least 2017. Spend some time reading "Latest Posts" and have your eyes opened.

This is much bigger than your little fishbowl

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Sad to say but it’s true. Oceaneering used to treat their employees like family and now to them they are just numbers. I think once the industry starts to come back there will be a mass exit

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