In response to a growing number of allegations about Duke Energy, Duke Energy launched a new jobs site today that says, “No more Duke Energy jobs.”
Duke Energy also said it would be “closing” its corporate offices by March 31.
The new job postings have been widely criticized as not being transparent enough and lack detail about who would fill the openings.
The company said in a statement that it was “reviewing the site and will make changes as needed.”
According to a post on the new jobs website, the site will be updated with information on the company’s new leadership team, including its “core value proposition and mission.”
In addition, the company said that it would “be transitioning to a new corporate structure in 2018.”
The company also announced plans to hire 200 more workers and “continue to enhance our sustainability efforts.”
The new jobs are available only for current employees.
According to the company, “We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive environment for all who work at Duke Energy.”
In February, Duke announced that it had hired 100 more people over the next two years.
It also announced it would hire 350 workers over the course of the next five years.
The Duke Energy website said that the job postings were created by a “highly qualified and experienced team of career and development professionals” who will focus on helping the company achieve its “best long-term outcome.”
The job postings do not say what job will be filled, and it is unclear who will take over the leadership positions.
The jobs will be offered at a “salary and benefits” level.
The job descriptions for the job openings are available online.