Dore Law - September 2019

RECOGNITION, FLEXIBILITY, AND PURPOSE 3 Tips for Attracting Millennial Employees

You might have heard people call millennials lazy, entitled, and afraid of long-term commitments, but that trend is starting to shift. Today, businesses can’t afford to write off millennials because they actually make up a major percentage of the workforce. According to the Pew Research Center, there were 56 million millennials either working or looking for work in 2017, making up 35% of the labor force. When so much of the country’s available labor is part of one demographic, you must ask yourself this question: How do I get millennials to work for me? CATER TO THE INDIVIDUAL Millennials don’t want to be just another cog in the machine. They want to work somewhere that values their unique skills and lets them use those skills effectively. When seeking millennial talent for your company, highly specific job listings will attract exceptional employees. Once they’re on board, be sure to nurture their skill set. Give them a chance to grow with your company, and they’ll be sure to stick around. DITCH THE 9-TO-5 Standard Offering more flexible work hours is a start, but if you really want to attract millennials, then your entire work environment should embrace modernity. Have

the latest tech and tools for day- to-day operations, offer frequent opportunities for promotions and raises, avoid micromanagement, and give your young employees room to learn and grow. CREATE A SENSE OF PURPOSE More than anything, millennials are looking for some level

of personal fulfillment — not just a paycheck. Create a brand story and work culture that expresses a greater purpose for prospective employees to get behind. Set high standards for the culture you want to create and maintain those standards. If you do this right, the talent you’re looking for will come to you. Just because millennials want more flexible work schedules and individual recognition doesn’t mean they aren’t willing to work hard. In fact, the opposite is true. By adapting your company culture to suit their lifestyle preferences, you can make sure your younger employees take an interest in your business and stick around.

OIL & GAS BANKRUPTCY TRACKER 2019

(limited to Debtor Liabilities > $10MM)

FILING DATE DEBTOR NAME

COURT Nevada

CHAPTER REPORTED LIABILITIES

2/3/2019 2/4/2019 2/14/2019 2/14/2019 2/28/2019 3/31/2019 4/1/2019 4/14/2019 4/15/2019 4/19/2019 5/8/2019 5/8/2019 5/10/2019 5/10/2019 5/15/2019 5/16/2019 5/22/2019 5/22/2019 5/22/2019 5/24/2019 5/28/2019 6/3/2019 6/3/2019 6/3/2019 6/18/2019 6/24/2019 7/1/2019 7/1/2019 7/11/2019 7/11/2019 7/16/2019 7/21/2019 7/16/2019 7/31/2019

Dc Solar Solutions

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$1 billion to $10 billion $500 million to $1 billion $50 million to $100 million $50 million to $100 million $100 million to $500 million $1 billion to $10 billion $500 million to $1 billion $1 billion to $10 billion $10 million to $50 million $10 million to $50 million $1 billion to $10 billion $500 million to $1 billion $10 million to $50 million $100 million to $500 million $10 million to $50 million $100 million to $500 million Originally filed in Germany $50 million to $100 million $500 million to $1 billion $10 million to $50 million $50 million to $100 million $100 million to $500 million $1 billion to $10 billion $50 million to $100 million Involuntary Involuntary

Arsenal Energy Holdings

Delaware Delaware Delaware

BBPC LLC

1515-GEEnergy Holding Weatherly Oil & Gas

Texas-Southern Texas-Southern

Vanguard/Eagle Rock/Escambia Southcross/FL Rich Gas/T2 EF

Delaware

Jones Energy/Nosley

Texas-Southern

Integrity Directional Services

Oklahoma-Western

Fram Americas

Colorado

Boulder Energy Solutions

Oklahoma-Western

Triangle Petroleum Cordero Oil and Gas

Delaware Delaware

Falcon V

Louisiana-Middle

EdgeMarc/EM Energy

Delaware Delaware Delaware

Hilltop Energy

Elk Petroleum/Resolute

NCI New Capital

Florida-Southern

15

PWR Oil & Gas General Partners

Delaware

White Star Petroleum White Star Petroleum International Energy

Oklahoma-Western

Delaware

Oklahoma-Northern Oklahoma-Northern

AusTex Oil O’Benco IV

Texas-Eastern Texas-Southern

Legacy Reserves/Pinnacle Gas/ Dew Gathering

HDR Holding/Schramm Weatherford International

Delaware

Texas-Southern

11 7

$1 billion to $10 billion

Apex Energy

Montana

Involuntary

Silver Creek Services Drying Facility Assets

Pennsylvania-Western

$10 million to $50 million $100 million to $500 million $10 million to $50 million

Texas-Southern

Remanant Oil

Delaware Delaware

PES/ Philadelphia Energy Solutions

$1 billion to $10 billion

HVI Cat Canyon Matra Petroleum

New York-Southern

$100 million to $500 million $50 million to $100 million

Texas-Southern

A full list of 2019 oil & gas bankruptcies, including expanded information, is available upon request to the Doré Law Group P.C. The full list has 173 business entities as of Aug. 6, 2019.

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