Thread regarding Apache Corp. layoffs

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The latest video from JC and "Thunder Dome" MM is riddled with holes. They speak of employees wanting a "hybrid work model" but no one I talk to wants to go back to the office in any capacity. Seriously, who wants to go back to spending an hour and a half twice a day to get to work? Please show the employees the un-doctored data because you're not being honest.

They preach these "COVID 19 protocols" but the clowns are at the office. Apparently our office spaces are exempt from acquiring such a virus. Maybe we should go back to the office where it's safe! Our own rules have never applied to APA execs. Not now, not ever.

Constantly blowing smoke up everyone's skirt and not practicing what they preach.

This company continues to be my #1 professional disappointment.

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They want you in the office so Thunderdome can scream about someone not making more coffee after getting in late from a vendor trip to Pebble Beach.

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Post ID: @Jdkx+16JGjv7o

Old proverb...Life at the office s—s and then you die.

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Post ID: @Jmfw+16JGjv7o

Functional or non-functional?
At a place like this, they should clarify this role as “Function Line Leader” or something. Functional and Apache—doesn’t go together lol

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Post ID: @fiby+16JGjv7o

So, how is your new functional manager working for you?

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Post ID: @dvys+16JGjv7o

If they had any sense they'd dish out a stipend for home office equipment. You could probably even make an argument that the company should cover internet costs while this thing persists. but they haven't done that so I probably agree with the previous poster. This is the end of the line and its why we are all just hanging in suspense. Those Ascend mo–ns who were brought in already got paid and bonuses. They're on the verge of jettisoning various groups (assets, not employees) to the highest bidder.

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Post ID: @1xtb+16JGjv7o

Large groups are okay with not returning to the office and have financial positions.

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Post ID: @1dti+16JGjv7o

Yeah it really depends on your group. My group and the type of employees I work with ALL want to go back to the office. But honestly you can probably rest easy; I'd bet a significant chunk of change that the company is actually in the process of filing for bankruptcy, so few or none of us would be going back anyway.

Just seems like a perfect time for them to pull the trigger on the restructuring. We are all out of the way and they can drop the lease at POC quite easily.

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Post ID: @1ivs+16JGjv7o

I’ll disagree on one point. Everyone I talk to wants to go back to the office in some capacity, and would prefer the hybrid approach. These are technical teams, where it’s a bit more difficult to effectively work in isolation from home.

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