Do you know what the package is? Please share severance for Duke Energ. info. amounts dates rules Thanks! — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Duke Energy.
Have involuntary layoffs started by now or not? Will there be any?
As the title says - Notified I needed to stay late yeaterday in order to be told I no longer had a job after well over a decade of service, often working over 70 hours per week, at all hours. Got to try to help my young kids understand and not worry... — read more
I work at a Duke Nclear Plant and today, after the voluntary packages were accepted and approved, an email came out that those who will receive the "involuntary" severance packages would be announced by the end of the week. Those affected will be... — read more
So sick and tired of this uncertainty. If Duke Energy is planning to lay a bunch of us off they should just come out and tell us! And provide us with details, so people know to prepare for what's to come. Letting us stress and worry over not knowing... — read more
Buyouts offered in October. Power Plant Ops, HR, Legal affected… IT and Nuclear, yes, you’ve guessed right… Duke Energy Corp. is expanding voluntary buyout offers announced in October to employees in divisions including legal, human resources and... — read more
Heard from my Manager not enough employees took voluntary so there will be involuntary layoffs in IT. Most saw this coming and the smart left a long time ago. I heard more outsourcing coming and will finally include IT in areas such as nuclear which... — read more
The natural gas division just cut ALL Supervisor positions, they copied the Calpine model completely(they had been looking at Calpine hard lately). Tough times, hard to swallow when you were out there keeping people safe and solving problems. Then... — read more
Despite tax cut that gave Duke Energy an extra $300,000,000 in profits, they are laying off 44% of all in Nuclear at 6 sites (11 units), most likely myself included, after 12 years of service and wirh a young family. Happy Holidays to us, and more... — read more
Thoughts? Any Duke Energy Layoffs in 2019?
Heard 35 Engineers at Harris getting cut. Old Duke plants McGuire, Catawba, and Oconee are going to be hit hard. I heard the organization proposed after layoffs is what was originally established at the close of the Progress merger but never... — read more
Wondering how to contact people who may need jobs... we have jobs... is there an outsourcing firm or an HR contact info?
Duke Energy is eliminating a THIRD of their nuclear engineering organization across the company by year end 2018. Executive stock options don't grow if the dividend does not grow. Electricity demand is flat. Solar, wind and gas are either subsidized... — read more
Anybody heard any news about the rumored Nuclear Group layoffs ?
Please specify details about the separation package and whatever else you have. Thanks. — read more
My friend is working for the company and he's very concerned that job cuts might be coming and that he may lose his job. He works in Charlotte.
As of 6/9/17, Duke appears to be using a back-handed method of getting rid of contractors: cutting wage rates and setting termination dates inside the contract window. So as to payout bonuses to the many new executives created post merger, to pay for... — read more
People with 30 years of loyal service are likely to lose their jobs soon. Why can't Lynn Good and her board take a cut and save these positions.?This is NOT the Duke of years past. Just heartless.....
I want to let you know that people are anxious and tense as they expect layoffs in corporate in Charlotte.
Management apparently has just announced an involuntary separation of 50-60 IT employees. Unsure if those are Raleigh or Charlotte employees or both.
Duke Energy has announced to employees in Supply Chain that on 1/4/16 voluntary packages will be sent to qualified employees. You have until 1/25/16 to volunteer. After management accepts the volunteers they will then send the involuntary packages... — read more
What is the likelihood of Duke Energy layoffs in Charlotte in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
I used to work at the Crystal River nuclear plant - it was all good. I liked the work, our pay was decent and our benefits were outstanding, I think Duke was taking good care of all of us there. In 2013 many folks were asked to leave, layoffs... — read more
I work at downtown Raleigh and I never heard of any layoffs what are you talking about here?
Tell that to the hundreds who were laid off in downtown Raleigh alone.
Duke, the largest utility in the Carolinas, has not announced layoffs in the recession and chief executive Jim Rogers said none are planned. "We'll work to avoid them," he said.