Some people got offers to go to Ft Worth, but I've only heard of 1 who's going who isn't management. Telling an office that there is no immediate threat then closing the office a couple of weeks later is shady. Everyone showed up to work on Tuesday, an email was sent to go to a specific room, and everyone was locked out of their computers. People who were laid off have to specifically request documents from IT if they want a copy. The severance was weak, the relocation package was pretty great, but how many people can just move? And of those people, how many would be willing to move for a company that makes a point of saying everything is fine only to immediately shut down the entire office?
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Another Texas O&G company trying to survive, holding their main Texas employees as gold. Give it up Texas, Pennsylvania employees are better than you and more intelligent and better workers.
The sad thing is that some people had already been told about their upcoming promotions and now their job has disappeared. I was glad to see the COO come and do it himself, but management has been strategically lying and withholding information about the state of the company and the division while putting on a front of a trust and dedication to their employees. With no attempt to first streamline the division, I smell divestiture of the MCD.