Thread regarding Apache Corp. layoffs

Distribution of work

The distribution of work is rather strange at the Apache. While some never get to relax, others do almost nothing. I have nothing against them, but I have noticed that the distribution of work has never been more unfair. By what principle are some constantly overwhelmed while others don’t even have to pretend to be doing something?

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Atleast a pay bump after you get the shaft hahahahahahahahha

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Post ID: @1gdyn+1ffpYVdZ

This has gotten out of control No wonder everyone is leaving.

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Post ID: @12tzx+1ffpYVdZ

Every time someone leaves our group, I end up taking on the work thinking it will go to whoever we hire to replace who left. Nope. We hire the replacement, they barely do any of the work I had been doing, I continue to do it to prevent impact to others or fall behind, all while the new person makes more than I do. Promotions are a thing of the past with new title structure, as are any sizable merit increases. I am still floating but will never be compensated for the additional responsibilities I have been given or taken on.

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Post ID: @ebmz+1ffpYVdZ

Must be a favorite so you don't have to do anything and still get promoted.

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Post ID: @4jnb+1ffpYVdZ

Don’t forget about the horrible diversity hire VP’s. The worst.

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Post ID: @4gjm+1ffpYVdZ

Well, it comes from the top, who has the worst performance and makes the most money? It's really hard to think how they could have picked a worse CEO.

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Post ID: @4sql+1ffpYVdZ

Just work hard
And then you’ll get laid off

Work hour problems solved

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Post ID: @3vsr+1ffpYVdZ

Brown nosers seem to Win. Must be part of Project Descend

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