Thread regarding Bonanza Creek Energy Inc. layoffs

Silence on Bonanza Layoffs

Layoffs are happening and Bonanza people are silent. Not a surprised. Always quiet.

Look at other energy company pages here - 1000s of posts.

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I’ve been watching these posts for a while and have found some of the laid off employees so that I could ask them how and why the company continues if they are or were in financial problems. I’ve pretty much concluded from them that the guy currently in charge in the AR area worked with management and a consulting firm to get rid of the very employees who had for several years, worked hard to form the company, did all the work, made millions for the company, kept it going, yet HE (fake leader) was able to look like a hero by cutting costs by cutting hard workers out of their jobs after all they had contributed! I sure hope that when they sell the company that the buyer realizes their current local chief is an uneducated, lying, conniving, fake (calling himself an operations whatever) who has to survive on the coattails of real honest people and then get rid of them. Shame on him and the company!

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Post ID: @5Awxf+Oza6e2s

A ship without a captain and it and it’s stock are sinking fast! Amazing how they can think they’re worth so much, especially in AR, where they have zero experienced, educated or qualified employees. Looks like all the company is running on is a string and a prayer! Here’s an idea—how about an operations manager that’s EVER managed an operation before—a title doesn’t mean jack at this company!

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Post ID: @23ebp+Oza6e2s

Kinda curious about how the guy in charge of the AR office can make the decisions about who to let go—some apparently based on his likes or dislikes of them and/or their ages? Isn’t he the same guy who decided for years that employees shouldn’t be randomly drug tested—and in that dangerous environment and when that area of AR has 3 out of 10 who use drugs? Sounds like a problem to a lot of people!

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Post ID: @23pon+Oza6e2s

I agree with this posting. I had been with Bonanza Creek Energy since inception for the Mid Content Region and worked in Houston and Magnolia office. Unfortunately I was one of 8 people that Chris Rogers did not like.

I cannot even get back in operation as a well work over consultant. Not to down grade anyone but professionally they have a former truck driver and pumper calling the shots on well work lead by an operation manager that was a former plant operator and that has no prior work history listed on his LinkedIn page or available anywhere. He almost has a ghost identity. His only claim to fame is shutting himself in his office and try to stay out of way and then when in his way get you fired....I will put this anonymous but you can zero in on me if you wish to discuss offline.

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Post ID: @Mohv+Oza6e2s

BC is poorly run, has financial problems, hires so-called experts to decide who to run company and how and then end up letting the lap dog of the maggot office decide who to let go--eitght people he didn't like. So why pay thousands for Experts? Oh yeah, so he wouldn't seem to be uninvolved. More financial waste! Now there's no professionals at all running the operation, not even a degreed engineer, really not professionals at anything, deciding what's doable or dangerous! There have been some cover-ups and probably more to come cause the home office hasn't known what's going on for a long time anyway--and they haven't asked or spoken with anyone but the maggot heading up the maggot office! Catch him if you can! They need to sell the southern office and let someone run it that knows what they're doing, but now it's becoming worth less and less as an asset!

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Post ID: @2dyb+Oza6e2s

Rumor was up to 40% / over 50 people. Still having money problems and poorly run.

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