The company is now about 1/3 of what it was employee wise. The first guy to post is gone, along with over half the former mariners. They said in an article all of their 240's, 250's, and 265's are going to be stacked and I think they all are. Loyalty for service doesn't count for anything, but we knew that already. The way they are laying people off though, most unprofessional thing I've ever seen. Guys coming to vessels and being told they have no job? Being told the day before crew change? Who are these people. At least have the decency to tell the mariner man to man his job is gone. Very unprofessional behavior! Remember this when they call you back and don't go unless they pay you your pay BEFORE the first pay cut. They will need you more then you will need them!
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