The CGG poverty wages continue with real terms pay cuts for most and the usual lack of transparency and consistency across the board. Unless you’re winding down for retirement or waiting for a fat redundancy that will never come what’s the point of staying?
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…That’s $500 Million for the parsers.
In spite of a juvenile renovation of PW’s last name, much to your bitter disappointment, CGG has a hard floor of MC $500, and will occupy the earth, together with cockroaches, after it explodes. Go drown the sorrows.
Some competitors are hiring. Just sayin'
I guess all those that voted negatively to the opening comment are all over 40!
The point of staying is very simple, I am getting paid more now to work from home, produce less work while at the same time my manager is clueless. My morale could not be higher. Long may CGG continue like this, Vive la CGG.
Sad but true. Higher management have no respect for staff, and treat everyone as disposable. Reorganisation after reorganisation keeps management busy making up new group names, meanwhile staff morale continues to plummet, though not much further it can drop.
The masses never revolt of their own accord, and they never revolt merely because they are oppressed. Indeed, so long as they are not permitted to have standards of comparison, they never even become aware that they are oppressed.
If you're on 'poverty wages' there's nothing stopping you from finding a normal paid job.
How about re-training as a nurse for example and put something back into society instead of whinging. Take your negativity with you and close the door on the way out.