My friend is working for the company and he's very concerned that job cuts might be coming and that he may lose his job. He works in Charlotte.
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As of 6/9/17, Duke appears to be using a back-handed method of getting rid of contractors: cutting wage rates and setting termination dates inside the contract window. So as to payout bonuses to the many new executives created post merger, to pay for... read more
People with 30 years of loyal service are likely to lose their jobs soon. Why can't Lynn Good and her board take a cut and save these positions.?This is NOT the Duke of years past. Just heartless.....
I want to let you know that people are anxious and tense as they expect layoffs in corporate in Charlotte.
Management apparently has just announced an involuntary separation of 50-60 IT employees. Unsure if those are Raleigh or Charlotte employees or both.
Duke Energy has announced to employees in Supply Chain that on 1/4/16 voluntary packages will be sent to qualified employees. You have until 1/25/16 to volunteer. After management accepts the volunteers they will then send the involuntary packages... read more
What is the likelihood of Duke Energy layoffs in Charlotte in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
I used to work at the Crystal River nuclear plant - it was all good. I liked the work, our pay was decent and our benefits were outstanding, I think Duke was taking good care of all of us there. In 2013 many folks were asked to leave, layoffs... read more
I work at downtown Raleigh and I never heard of any layoffs what are you talking about here?
Tell that to the hundreds who were laid off in downtown Raleigh alone.
Duke, the largest utility in the Carolinas, has not announced layoffs in the recession and chief executive Jim Rogers said none are planned. "We'll work to avoid them," he said.