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I enjoyed my employment with Worley. It was my first job with them and I am looking forward to being reassigned to my next project as soon as possible. Thanks!
No adequate office for Instrument Techs.
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My first job out of college. Initial interview was pretty laid back, managers were helpful getting me started on my job. Pay was pretty good for someone with no experience. All you had to know was basic knowledge of AutoCAD and the rest you learned on the job. Coworkers were nice and helpful. Had all the benefits you'd expect: 401k match, health, vision, dental, PTO. They were also really accommodating with my schedule, you can request a modified schedule if needed (example: under 40 hours). Great job to gain experience. Only con I can think of is that there isn't really a clear path for progression. After a while you kind of get stuck doing the same job. Performance reviews weren't really prioritized and was never really given an idea if we were going to get raises. And because we were in the oil/industry, work can have it's highs and lows, so there's no 100% guarantee for job security. Many people got layed off/furloughed when work got scarce.But overall it's a great place to work, flexible, good people to work with, and decent pay.
Flexible schedule, good benefits. Laid back, not too stressful. Coworkers were nice and easy to get along with.
Rare pay raises/performance reviews, no clear path to learn more and move up. Kind of feel stuck in position. Work load can fluctuate.
I was lucky to work with a multidiscipline company at the client site to do the design on both greenfield and brownfield improvement projects fom basic to commissioning, see the result of my work, and learn how design more efficiently.
There aren't any major cons to the company or any major pros to it either. The pay is on the lower end depending on where you work. The management will try to work with you but also I have seen favoritism play apart in some big decision with personal. They have gotten better about backing their employees but it still leaves some to be desired. Alot of people leave but end up coming back if that says anything.as long as you do your job and show up on time they pretty much leave you alone. So all in all not a bad place to work but probably not the best of the area.
Flexibility, 4-10 work schedule.
Lower pay, Low chance to progress in company.
Everyday challenge me to be creative and initiative. Management has full support to employee that makes the product in good quality and delight the customer in a special way.
Celebration of each group of ethnicity and festivities.
Not sure of some other managers function.
Great company to work for, the only downside is that the job lacked job security. Although I worked with Worley for about 12 years, there has always been a sense of insecurity lingering over my head as the economy and the Oil&Gas industry has been very unstable for the duration.Other than that, great company with great management. It's like a big giant global family.
a typical day at work: home officewhat you learned: design water treatment plantsworkplace culture: regardthe hardest part of the job: to get the corporative targetsthe most enjoyable part of the job: learn about oil and gas industry civil structures with friends
travel to fileds
Automation. . .most offices everything is scanned which causes a reduction on paper. We were having “team’s meeting “ before the pandemic. Very altruistic oriented company, involves w/the community.
Yes.., they used to provide you lunch at the Long Beach, Ca location.
They keep the temp staff way too long as a temp.
This company is one of the excellent company where I work in my life time. I would like to work again in this company if I get a chance again. They follow high security standards for the employees.
Worley is a well known engineering company provides u promising career. But its tough in the beginning as people like to sit late and work on wekends sometimes without OT.
Went from 401 match 40 hours to no 401k next week. Family $700 a month, not stellar. Promoted worker with no experience & worst safety and made him my boss. No management direction with a lot of micro management
Possibility of maybe getting paid
Not paid on whim of manager. Lost $500 one week
Good company to work for, however if your project has an ignorant construction manager, makes for a stressful project overall. Cronyism definitely exists which is totally unacceptable in any industry. Many good foremen and general foremen, however there are some good trades people with poor people skills occupying these positions. The HR lead I had to deal with is a bold face liar, and manipulator, possessing poor ethics, better suited for a position in Ottawa, or Washington DC. There are fantastic HR people under her. The Worley Construction overall lead, is highly intelligent, stern, strict, but fair if he is apprised of factual data. Good safety culture, good tools and equipment provided to trades people. If you land in their inner circle, you are set. If you are a fantastic trades person, but an independent thinker, you have your work cut out for you. Groupthink, hive mind culture is prevalent, as is anywhere, proves to be a challenge and an impediment to human progress. By and large, Worley is a company I was proud to work for, they possess great talent, access to resources, access to great projects, great safety, competitive journeyman rate. Worked on 7 great projects with Worley over the last decade, enjoyed most of it, but in the end was shat upon and lied to, for my loyalty and ardent endeavor. Cest la vie.
Great projects, excellent safety culture
Poor quality HR lead in Edmonton, a few seriously flawed construction managers and general foremen.