Thread regarding EnLink Midstream layoffs

Enlink Layoff Part II the sequel no one wanted

Remote layoffs start tomorrow at 8:00. Buckle up everyone.

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I was a casualty of the November layoff, there were some field positions open in different regions but to my knowledge none were offered to any of us. Also, wage reductions were never discussed. Another interesting thing to me is several positions have opened up in my former office due to normal attrition and none of the operators let go in November’s layoff were offered any of those positions for rehire. Damn shame.....

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Post ID: @1lag+14fu0dqf

It not just Berry Davis He needs to look at his SVP's I seen some of there decision and any one with no experience in midstream business and a little common since would make better decision.

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Post ID: @1rkg+14fu0dqf

Layoff will always happen at Enlink as long as they keep all the Crosstex Management GIP needs to Wake up.

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Post ID: @1rhr+14fu0dqf

Ha! Does that surprise you? They'll hire more corporate management while they lay everyone else off.

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Post ID: @1zji+14fu0dqf

It will be the same amount as they laid off in November. Just terrible they are not laying off the right people. All the directors should the second on the list right behind the CEO. When is GIP going to stop the bleeding caused by the poor mismanagement?

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Post ID: @1noz+14fu0dqf

I think they could have done more to save jobs. Other CEO’s have said they would reduce salaries before laying off. This CEO didn’t entertain it!

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