This isn't complicated. Chesapeake won't last forever and everyone knows it. A handful of alarmingly deceitful and unethical folks at the top will continue funneling money into their own pockets. The changes are not about old Chesapeake vs new Chesapeake. They're not about streamlining processes and creating a lean org chart. They're not even about people who didn't "buy in" to the culture (hint: they did). It's all about fleecing the shareholders, draining the coffers, and enriching a few lives as everyone else clings to the $20/share pipe dream. A short five minute conversation with the vast majority of upper management will tell you everything you need to know; they're sociopaths.
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Oh the irony. "And when they came for me, there was no one left to speak up"
Enjoy your inflated sense of self worth.
Thank you for self promoting your previous post. It was so riveting the first time around, I was petrified I wouldn't find it again. Please could you copy and paste again and pretend to be another anonymous poster.
I'm going to guess you are a former employee that is still struggling to find work and you are possibly coming to terms with realizing you are not as valuable as you once thought you were. I would say you may have AEP in your resume but you do seem a little more articulate than that.
However, it's time to stop clinging on to your former life at Chesapeake and move on. Maybe talk to a professional also, this isn't healthy.