Thread regarding Denbury Resources Inc. layoffs

Any news on the “salary” correction????

Anyone heard of anything on the supposed raise we were supposed to get before April 1st? I’m guessing that was a ploy for the executives to justify their giant payday and keep the peasants dreaming...

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Just talk REALLY loud in your cubicle. Suddenly you'll be offered more work-from-home options!

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Post ID: @8sjl+1a2nlhRf

Isnt that this whole sight is is rumors? Just because your department needs more help doesnt mean everyones job is secure.

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Post ID: @8pjp+1a2nlhRf

The last comment is a complete lie, my department is hiring because there’s so much work. Stop spreading misinformation.

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Post ID: @8zww+1a2nlhRf

I heard more reduction is coming. After working from home they are going to look to downsize staff. Try to run more lean and mean. They figure they can run with less staff after some some number crunching with hours worked and hours paid

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Post ID: @8iql+1a2nlhRf

Any idea when Chris is appproving the raises ?

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Post ID: @8nes+1a2nlhRf

Maybe if the VP of HR spoke and had more personality than a wet noodle she’d ask for employee feedback??

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Post ID: @7ven+1a2nlhRf

Upper management does NOT care about your feelings. Empathy is not a core value guys, come on.....

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Post ID: @7gdi+1a2nlhRf

I agree with both of these posts. There are so many reasons why a hybrid model is better for a company and employees. Way to many to list and it’s unfortunate they chose this route when they had the opportunity fresh out of bankruptcy to show we are a new company and approaching the industry in a new way. Not one employee I have talked to did not want a hybrid model of some sort. Very few wanted to be full time at home but almost everyone wanted to be in the office some and work at home some. The world and worked has changed. Either we can embrace and adapt or go the same old way and become extinct when we lose good people that will leave in the future over this.

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Post ID: @7vgs+1a2nlhRf

Have we not proved that we can work hard and get the job done over the past year? Look I don’t think people never want to come back to the office, they just want more balance. I mean, I’m more productive from home than I do from the office because I cut out the distractions and drive and all that. Throw us a bone guys, give us another day to work from home. It helps you and it helps me. Win win.

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Post ID: @7fbo+1a2nlhRf

Have we not proved that we can work hard and get the job done over the past year? Look I don’t think people never want to come back to the office, they just want more balance. I mean, I’m more productive from home than I do from the office because I cut out the distractions and drive and all that. Throw us a bone guys, give us another day to work from home. It helps you and it helps me. Win win.

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Post ID: @7fem+1a2nlhRf

I love my job as well and was a bit surprised by that news. I cant believe we are only doing a every other Friday work from home option. That isn’t a WFH policy. I thought for sure at the very least we would have an option for 3 days in office and 2 days WFH like a lot of companies are moving too. We are moving forward to be cutting edge with operations and carbon capture yet going to fall behind on the way we handle people and schedules.

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Post ID: @7mju+1a2nlhRf

Haha be "grateful" you got a cube! A couple teams got shoved into a "bullpen" by the cafe and bathrooms! Still, seriously am grateful to have a good job. Aside from the adjustment of working from home, then to go to a crowded, noisy, work environment in May, I love what I do and feel like the future of the company is very promising! Wish they would reconsider more of an at home work option for those of us who did not get an office and spend a lot of time on the phone.

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Post ID: @7pou+1a2nlhRf

Now we have to go back to the ofc? I like working remote, I do not think I will like working in a cube.

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Post ID: @6nup+1a2nlhRf

Unemployment and Medicaid are paid for so why should everybody be grateful?

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Post ID: @5aks+1a2nlhRf

Stop complaining and be happy you have a paycheck and insurance. #HR

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Post ID: @5ler+1a2nlhRf

I heard 2%. Just enough so they can use the new phrase "just be greatful you got a raise"

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Post ID: @2vrc+1a2nlhRf

My supervisor said it won’t be much so don’t put in that pool just yet.

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Post ID: @2bgl+1a2nlhRf

Why do I feel the “thankful to have a job people” got those big retention payouts, LTI, or both?????

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Post ID: @2zou+1a2nlhRf

Thankful to have a job. Keep beating a dead horse. Look at the world we live in? Whats the point of working hard. Should teach kids to lie steal and cheat. That's the way to get ahead in life!

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Post ID: @1kbf+1a2nlhRf

Losing all the shares we held from the ESPP days was quite the anti-bonus lol

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Post ID: @1ehj+1a2nlhRf

You’re better off getting a part time job...

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Post ID: @1sai+1a2nlhRf

Not before, but on. Which means you wont see an increase until the 15th. I would keep your expectations low.

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Post ID: @wav+1a2nlhRf

Yes, it’s called being thankful that you still have a job in worst downtime in modern history. Patience and hard work will pay off in the end.

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