Thread regarding Chaparral Energy layoffs

2020 is a great year

I'm no longer working at Chap.

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CHAP bond prices are not looking good at this point. With many other STACK companies operating with much smaller staffs, how much longer will CHAP continue to maintain such a large group?

https://markets.businessinsider.com/bonds/chaparral_energy_incdl-notes_201818-23_regs-bond-2023-usu16002aj30

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Post ID: @uydu+12OanCuq

No doubt. If undercover boss cane to chaparral maybe management would of learned something about their waste dumb decisions and the people they have/had. Bring brad in!! Lol

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Post ID: @lctm+12OanCuq

How could it get any better? Still have incompetent senior leaders.

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Post ID: @6krp+12OanCuq

Neither do I. But for those who are left it should be a better year cause the frog is gone too!!

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Post ID: @5bqq+12OanCuq

Unlike working with Baconhair for an HR rep.

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Post ID: @2tjz+12OanCuq

It is also nice working for a company with a competent HR dept.

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Post ID: @1aol+12OanCuq

Me either (along with about 700 other of the "collateral damage"). But, all is well with the CHAP multi-millionaires that caused it all!

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