I have been guessing a buyout or selling Legacy. assets……. Sooooooo……
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IT so wise, they deleted so many folders and data worth of years of technical work…
I know what has been discussed but don't know what the final decisions are. Here's a hint fellas, some of us can see the title of meetings. You may be able to see too
Legacy gal is so right on. They are preparing to sell significant assets. But it all a secret….oops was that my out loud typing
Apache is a joke more n more. There is so much public that we all laugh out loud n no …no company wants Apache just certain assets
Yeah what are you going to do about it? We in IT are making more than you and doing less work. Your d-mb a-s management are the ones who wants this and that project. JEALOUS!
Re: Don’t worry, the Apache Geek Squad and EHS group will find a way to actually create revenue and save the company….
But...wait a minute ...Thats not fair to IT to lump them in with EHS!
Hey now, don’t be mean to the IT Team. They came up with the genius idea of trying to rid the company of network folders and tracking everything in Teams! There is absolutely zero flaws with that idea…super value adding!
They are constantly coming up with revolutionary ideas…I’m actually really surprised that FANG companies aren’t poaching them left, right and center! When you add that much value surely google would be all over them!
Don’t worry, the Apache Geek Squad and EHS group will find a way to actually create revenue and save the company….
Maybe a genius IT person will propose selling all the outdated IT Equipment and make the company a whole $10,000! Value value value! Next they can propose another stupid IT system upgrade for “efficiencies”. VALUE VALUE VALUE. Fire in the belly them bunch. You know what they say, you can’t make money in oil and gas without a strong IT group….
"Significant job cuts on the way if this rumor is true. Just not in IT depts." This sh-----g on IT is getting old. Blame HR, blame accounting, blame shared services. Must be scary working legacy jobs in a legacy company in a legacy industry.
EHS cuts? Woohoo
Selling stable production is usually the beginning of the end. When reported volumes become volatile, investor confidence fades. Significant job cuts on the way if this rumor is true. Just not in IT depts.
That’s not a profound guess…