In every battle, there are those who survive, for no known reason. Today, some lucky few were chosen to have liberty bestowed upon them. For the rest who remain, we salute you. Good luck, you poor b–tards.
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This thread has more views than the d-tube video from a while back where DH inadvertently announced layoffs.
I think that attorney JP needs to go.... too bad they don’t ask me for a list .....
One day Devon will be recorded in text books across academia as a case study of what not to do. You'd expect this kind of ignorance in Washington but this is next level.
Why no reductions in the Permian? With operating costs what they are, steep declines, why not trim the fat there first?
Forget Give For Good... we still can’t figure out why DECPAC donations are down!!! Has anyone told LN what’s been going on for the past four years?
I wasn’t going to donate to the Give for Good campaign anyway.
what announcement would that be? - former insider now out, here. Details are appreciated, thanks in advance...
VP's have been hammered...Will Devon survive this crises?
Wow, what a monumental announcement they just made. There’s likely to be hundreds of people laid off in the next month. And it now looks like a whopping 3 of them will be VP level or higher. It is a New Devon, after all. I just pray we can survive going from 26 VPs down to 23. I mean, what are we running, 15 drilling rigs? We need every VP we can get.
Land getting hit today.
No one is forgetting about the poor folks in Alabama, our 57th [sic] state.
Don't forget about those poor folks in Alabama after hurricane Dorian hitting them (hard)!
Thankfully, we currently have the best job market and economy in our lifetimes, or they would need to be recipients of the give for good campaign.
So you mean to tell me they are letting people go in the middle of the give for good campaign?
Supply Chain got hit hard. 20-30% gone. They laid off the only competent people over PO integration.
How many and which group?