Thread regarding Southwestern Energy Co. layoffs

Safety first?

You’d think if they really cared about safety and their employees they would have closed Houston office yesterday. It was a mess, it took 4.5 hrs to get home in very unsafe conditions. Thanks BW. Yeah, employees are just another failing commodity, we are very dispensable and soon we’ll know how much.

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Land Dept is the best place to work for not getting laid off.

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Post ID: @4nvz+118RLnvp

The Spring office should have been shut down permanently, and everyone (except a few risings stars like me) laid off and relocated with an unlimited expense account in Appalachia. Of course Land people like me are a rare commodity.

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Post ID: @4hdd+118RLnvp

If you look like CNN personnel, nothing is required.

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Post ID: @2evu+118RLnvp

Proper grammar? I didn't know anyone at SWN used proper grammar. What a laugh!!

Keep it coming swntards!

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Post ID: @2xre+118RLnvp

Next time, all you have to do is TEXT your boss like the millennials do,
“Hey whats up I’m sick today”
Proper grammar isn’t necessary.

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Post ID: @2ajw+118RLnvp

Since safety begins with me, I'll maintain three points of contact on the handrails to prevent a slip/trip/fall injury in the office. In the meantime, I'll sleep in my office to avoid risking my life driving on flooded roads.

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Post ID: @1qya+118RLnvp

@118RLnvp-1szb

You hit the nail on the head. I shouldn't have gone to work that day and there is absolutely no worry my name would get moved up on "the list" for practicing safety.

Insert sarcasm where applicable.

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Post ID: @1kbx+118RLnvp

Safety begins with you.
You shouldn’t have gone to work that day.

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