In Oklahoma there has been some laying off of employees to move around favorites of Clifton Sublet. There has been nothing done to retain employees with experience. If you still work at Enlink, go to Cana office, get under Clifton’s desk and next layoffs you might get to stay, maybe.
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I have to agree with the with the statements about management being c-ap. It’s all about who you know, but you will never hear anyone admit it. Life goes on and heroes that are left will soon find out that there super powers are weak and realize they too are just being used as puppets.
@band of Bieber’s get off your soap box. The person is just stating the facts. If this were only about layoffs the people not doing the greatest for Enlink should be let go, regardless of social status, so that when this is over with the ones with the ability to help this company will already be in place. Stick up for c-ap management all you want. Yes, people are leaving this company, they will tell their peers not to ever come work here, for reasons of severe cronyism being one of those reasons.
Times are bad everywhere in the world right now. It’s plain and simple, when a company starts loosing money things like this happen. This will all turn around with time, I know it’s not going to be easy as we all have bills to pay and need to put food on the table. Just remember, the sh– rolls down hill from Dallas.
This s—s for everyone, not just the people who lost their jobs. You think it would be fun to be in any of the local management’s shoes? How would you like to let people know they lost their jobs? Anyone in their right mind would know that it would be just plain horrible and gut wrenching. It would’ve been wonderful to keep things growing and everyone working but the world didn’t allow that. There is still a lot of experience and I bet you can’t give me a valid thing that can’t get done. Devon isn’t delivering neither are the other producers plain and simple. But I can easily see how that is Oklahoma management’s fault?? The problems are in Dallas and we are all just stuck playing the hand we’re dealt here. If you think the above people are that bad then you should have quit on your own along time ago. Why the hell would you choose to stay in such a awful place? The reason for your post is you’re upset and rightfully so, but don’t think you’re alone. It wouldn’t have mattered if Mr. Wehling were still here, people would have still been let go. The gas not being there is the reason. As I stated it s—s for everyone involved and it’s not easy having to do the sh– work for corporate. God bless everyone involved in this mess. I pray for everyone to come through it all right.
You expect something different this time around?