Here's the thing, we've been having constant layoffs for the past year or so. Some bigger rounds, some smaller ones that mostly flew under the radar. But the point is that the company keeps laying people off - with severance. So why are some people quitting and leaving on their own when they could wait it out and actually get something for their trouble when leaving? Nobody likes working here - other than management - and I can understand the need to say "f— it" and walk away, but it really feels like people are shooting themselves in the foot by doing that.
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Well all companies become bureaucratic beyond a certain point and need a cleaning or fail to be replaced by efficient ones. Bureaucrats tend to be very good at manoeuvering others, and as they rise within the organization, they demonstrate their power by systematically eliminating rivals and opponents. It isnthe same in every larger corporation.
Too many Directors and GM's stabbing there own teams in the back to make a name for themselves. So political and toxic. This is no longer the bright, progressive, and welcoming company of Rick George. Mark Little should be ashamed of his team.
Too many managers that do nothing but receive a fat pay cheque.
We are big and inefficient because of that. We spend millions on IT technology let alone SAP.
Look at CNRL - JD Edwards only which is way cheaper and they are doing way better.
Mr Little is doing very little......