Now our brilliant leaders have filed to begin the process of selling an NGTL stake. Who put these guys in charge? Sounds like a real bright idea… they are running the company into the ground.
CGL has chased every senior leader and executive out of this company.
We need to do something to improve our corporate culture. Managers especially lack a number of skills (people and technical) and have some kind of "hype" and also fear that they can lose their jobs if they hire somebody who has strong skills. How... — read more
Does this company really need another org change?
I regret to say this but TC at its current stage is a very inefficient company. I know quite a few departments (especially accounting and finance) where managers lack skills and it drags company down. Managers have no technical or technological... — read more
What message did you all receive? I think this is a protection tactic. What does this mean going forward?
You called it regarding changes for the USNG business unit. 40% of Columbia sold, people dragging up, safety department reorganization now in effect, others to follow and not to mention the KDs continue to bully their way to the top!
“invest in businesses that any id--t could run because someday one will”… Peter Ly--h
Phase 2 of layoffs in the next few weeks. Shift to the U.S BU. Sr leadership to realign the portfolios July through September is the window. Rumor is 25% cuts however I’m thinking highly unlikely. Good luck U.S BUs.
Anyone willing to share any details? How many are being let go? What’s the severance? How many moved into the BUs?
How do I get my director to let me go tomorrow?
My health is considerably worse now after some time here. I don't think there is a single person here who, after a certain period, did not start to feel discomfort due to accumulated stress. True? I intend to quit because health is priceless.
Does anyone have any insight into what is happening with layoffs in Supply Chain?
Early June cuts to the TechCentre. Up to half the positions (50%) will be cut, rest absorbed by BUs. Then BUs restructured by Fall with up to 25% cuts.
So any guesses on which assets are getting moved/being sold?
Recently, the number of talented employees leaving this place on their own accord has increased significantly. All of them possess exceptional skills and have made significant contributions to the company's success. It is truly disheartening to... — read more
Hiring freeze is for the masses. Work harder, longer and with increased safety risk.
When are we finding out about the lay offs? I thought they said start of April. Can’t wait to cash in on my 15 years of service
Poor discipline of budgets from CGL project and labor troubles leading to impacts of OTHER groups throughout the company. Senior leaders say "we are all in this together" as desperate measures are taken to keep TC afloat, prop stock price up, and... — read more
My increase was just under 5%…. But what I find interesting is all of the employee benefits that have been slowly eroded over the last two years. First it was the elimination of 6 flex days and now it’s the elimination of medical benefits for... — read more
Hearing rumours. Good on them if true
I’ll start. 5% for a financial analyst 4..
With the ELT announcement of hiring Freeze as part of Focus and hinting for reduction, is there layoffs coming soon?
Some senior people let go. Is this the beginning of focus? The masses wonder.
So it is confirmed, lay offs will happen as they finish evaluating the fit for purpose model. Canada made some Org changes and some BU in the U.S. Assume more to follow end of Feb early March.
Week of Feb 1, announcement of reorg and lay offs.
I left a little more than half a year ago. I'm not saying that I regret it, but I'm not much better off in my new company than I was here. I am interested in whether anything changed for the better in the meantime?
I look forward for more busy 2023 year, God bless. With Keystone pipeline project back, I hope things will improve. Happy New Year all!
And how can I get on the list?
There is a big gap in trust between employees and management here, going in both directions. It's terrible when that happens, makes an awful work atmosphere. I think there are only a few lucky ones here who can really trust their manager?
Fire 300 people from IS and then post a day in the life of the CIO. Wow
Losing up to 300 people as our fearless CIO is outsourcing all of our jobs. It’s great to see that he is still posting on LinkedIn about how he is a guest speaker at a disrupter conference. Outsource and ki-l a department I guess that’s how you... — read more
…so HR can properly calculate your severance.
While some people get promoted every 2 to 3 years, other high-performing and well-liked people have been stagnate for years despite following their development plans and talking to their leaders regularly. How do you stay motivated when the effort... — read more
In the next few weeks, lay offs in the USNG BU. Tech Center already transferred individuals to other BUs as well as releases of individuals. USNG groups received email last week of changes. Good luck everyone.
Now that I’m leaving, I wonder why this company has fallen so much from the glorious old days. Where did it actually go wrong?