The management team is supportive and doing its best to weather a poor commodity market.
A little surprised with amount of work I got laid off but not unprepared or unexpected giving managers trying to cover them self’s to avoid getting fired. I have pile of operations work left undone that directly effects cost left undone. Anyone else who’s still there care to share more details? SWN was great place to work but has become a nightmare the last year or so. Am there it is 9. Southwestern Energy is a Great company to work for albeit in an industry that has seen better times. I worked at Southwestern Energy full-time. Sorry to all affected, but your problem began in late 2014 when you purchased the CHK position without due-diligence.

Up to Wednesday’s close of $7.38, Southwestern shares had lost about 70 percent of their value over the past year. Our industry is in this “real” recession and it is unreal with the sheer volume of layoffs. Off to my next interview today, should be starting new job next week. Good luck and best wishes to all my former SWN family! More layoffs!! Excellent life/work balance...every other Friday off. Can people delete these posts? Survived all these layoffs and why do the keep us guessing.

I viewed myself as a top 1% employee, and I didn’t have a backup plan.

The company said on Thursday it expects to record a pre-tax charge of about $60 million to $70 million related to the job cuts in the first quarter. Nice to work with especially senior management. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Culture was very energetic, great benefits, team self managed oriented, good pay, nice location.

They need to let go of a lot of useless people but they never seem to fire anyone. Payout Estimate. Not very transparent at times with their employees.

Always have a backup plan and never think that you're not replaceable.

Didn’t really see it coming, and to be honest I’m still in shock. Good people, nice building, good learning/development, No future, poor leadership, underappreciated workers. Copyright © 2008–2020, Glassdoor, Inc. "Glassdoor" and logo are registered trademarks of Glassdoor, Inc. { "isFollowing": false, "isEEPActive": false, "isEiHeaderFollowBtnDos2Enabled": false }, During my employment, the culture was amazing and, Former Employee - Senior Human Resources Manager. Enjoying the show, must refill my popcorn. I'm sorry you got laid off but everyone should have seen this coming, and it's not over. What’s the biggest surprise from today? Are you sure you want to replace it? Can't happen fast enough to get that blowhard CEO out the door and the over-compensated COO and CFO, who have made junior level decisions but received outsized compensation.

Yeah.... uh huh, I’m sure it did, Bill.

Nice package still. Yes, Bill, I am talking about you. Glassdoor has 182 Southwestern Energy reviews submitted anonymously by Southwestern Energy employees. Meanwhile, SWN is paying huge money to contractors DPS and MAO to perform landwork largely unsupervised. Thanks. 2 weeks per year, paid invested stock at 2.11 price.

See here for a complete list of exchanges and delays. 163 reviews from Southwestern Energy employees about Southwestern Energy culture, salaries, benefits, work-life balance, management, job security, and more. Southwestern Energy Co said it would lay off 1,100 employees, or nearly 40 percent of its workforce, as it slows down drilling activity in response to a prolonged slump in oil prices.
Excellent life/work balance...every other Friday off. The first time in a long time that it I’m not heading into work, because I was a casualty of yesterday’s RIF event.

Still in shock about all of this.

Nice stock bump from yesterday’s strategic actions. ". Read employee reviews and ratings on Glassdoor to decide if Southwestern Energy is right for you. Nope.

Oil futures dropped to their lowest levels since 2003 this week on worries of a growing crude glut amid slowing demand due to economic weakness, especially in China.

Why blind side is on a Tuesday.

Which departments affected the most? as long as BW is at the helm, this company has no chance of survival. This was a primer. Culture is just evil as it's as political as they come with no principles or integrity, just a leadership team intent on deceiving employees and investors. IQ: What did you do to support the remaining employees? Culture was very energetic, great benefits, team self managed oriented, good pay, nice location. Pay better than most within the Oil and Gas market.

With our $2 buck “Bill” at the helm. But the C-suite is well protected as they have excessive change of control packages when it's bought by private equity and dismantled. Really go out of way for their people, safety oriented. I posted something about HR this morning. Our company’s official formula, our mantra of sorts, is “The right people doing the right things.” So at a time when we had to conserve money, we invested in leadership development for our leaders, many of whom had never been through an economic downturn like this before.

Diversity at the top and lower levels, especially for women.

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