Where do you think we will move our office to? Downtown???? Denver???? Cardboard Box????
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Where’s the new office, anyone know?
When you work in the field, you are not in the same building as 400 other people. There is no comparison.
Hey no one asked the rednecks to get online. Hope your field gets sold chump.
Y’all all b–ching about having to go to the office and “risk” getting sick. We have no choice in the fields. S— it up and get to Work crybabies
The Pipeline Control Center? It just has to be behind a locked door, what’s the difficulty? I don’t think anyone there was even laid off so what are you talking about?
What control center ?
Wonder how much to move the co troll center, will definitely be contracted since there's no-one left that can do it
We’ll move closer to Chris and Mark’s houses. Heading south. Since when have they not put themselves first? Some good people were let go this week. Sad to watch such a great company be driven into the ground. We should add some more VPs and hire some friends. That always helps.
We will be in the office soon. I’ve heard there are already plans in motion.
I have a number of things for which I am critical of management, but I do believe they are genuinly concerned for our health and safety. I don't think we will be back in the office any time soon.
We all lucky to have jobs but that has nothing to with this, I agree with the person that posted earlier about trying to have everyone go back. I love working for this company and have stuck through a lot of changes as we all have. No reason for everyone to go back into Plano or other field offices in certain areas anytime soon just to risk folks to get sick then not be able to work at all and then everyone around them just go back to work from home. Let’s just go back to the old saying “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. Everyone has had plenty of time to become efficient doing our jobs remote and seems absurd to go back in office under ther current Covid conditions to just to have to return to working at home again. If we are able to be remote and do our jobs well, why would the company not try and keep the spread down for the country by limiting people in contact situations. I was actually very proud how Management has taken a position of keeping us out of the office and not winding up on the news for some big outbreak when remote working was working well. Fingers crossed they keep making smart decisions.
Should be glad you still have a job. If you feel that bad about management, you should go look for a job elsewhere.
Uppers should get a reality check. They want all of us back at the office risking our lives, and for what?! Are we not getting our stuff done from home? They have their own executive area, break room/restroom. Of course they’re okay with it because they’re not as at risk as the employees elsewhere in the building. Shame on them.
Wishful thinking. My manager told me we won’t be working from home. Uppers are not for it.
Hopefully if this happens they can lease a small space and allow the majority of us to continue to work at home.
We do not own Tennyson or have anything to do with it anymore.
It would make sense to get out of all of this space during bankruptcy. Hasn’t building 7 been empty for years? Wasting money.
Back to the building on Tennyson? Don’t we own that?
Are we moving? Why? Where do we find the money to do that? What about our lease?