As I expected, they just announced double furlough now for Q2. So we get 1 day a week off, unpaid. So we're working essentially a 0.8FTE. They also suspended the matching RRSP contributions (5%). If 2016 is anything to go by (the last time they did this), the suspension will be in place for almost a year. I could see the double furlough continuing past June given the current condition of the oil industry. The program is Canada-specific. I am going to inquire about transferring out the group RRSP (Sunlife) to a self directed RRSP. Any transfers out used to result in a 12 month suspension of matching contributions, but if it's already suspended, I don't see any downside.At work, Furlough was announced for Q2, which means 7 extra days off for a 10% reduction in pay that quarter. That was last week. With the drop in oil this week, I would expect that they are going to go even further shortly. I would think furlough for the rest of the year, and maybe double furlough at some point as well. They halted the matching RRSP contributions last time it was bad, so I wouldn't count that out either.