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Worley is a good company to work with just like every company they have some problem and flaws but they have good people to deal with this...most of the managers are approachable and most of the supervision are knowledgeable and good to work with.a lot of talented people out the field.looking forward to work for them again I’ve been with the company for almost 8years..
Requires a strong work ethic and industrial background focused mainly on mechanical piping, with support of civil and electrical trades. Requires good planning and decision making skills.
very hard to get in but once you get in they give you transfers. not so much tools on my experienced. good benefits. Good environment and people. competitive salary. good staff easy to talk to. only concern is pipefitters are not part of CLAC but has a different benefit provider. changes HR frequently. multiculture workplace.
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This is one of the worst companies to work for, they only look after their own long timers who are miserable with their lives and jobs. Extremely toxic environment. There is no mentorship and management is non existent. There are better quality companies out there, you just need to look hard. Would not Recommend this company to my worst enemy.
Were good people to work with. My job was electrical Qa QC. Would like to have continued working for the company but we're no jobs to go to when the project was complete. Went to another project when Worley project was completed. Was always employed on another project when Worley had work.
The best part of the job was the relationships built with the tradesmen in the field. Management was supportive and expectations were well defined. The only downside was job security was limited to actual work in hand and not on backlog of work to be done at a later date. IE: when the project was finished, you were laid off and not brought in to home office to prepare for the next job.
Supportive home office supervision
Disorganized field supervision
Always paid on time. Good tool box talk in the morning to make sure that everyone was on the same page. It was at cnrl horizon. Good company to work for.
This was probably the best company I have ever had the pleasure to work with. Not only the people in Management but the people in the office and on site were very professional and well organized. I learned so many things and had a lot of good challenges and experiences both in the office in Edmonton and on site in Ft.McMurray. I honestly can't say enough good things about working for them and all the knowledge that I gained. Here I was responsible for all VP Administration work as well as lead contact for contractors on site. Stock intake and reordering. Document Control, Blueprint intake and deliveries on site. Control of all travel and car rentals for VP's and onsite contractors.
There is a lot of bad management and availability is slim to none when it comes to pretty much any tool ever required. When it comes to the end of jobs they do keep loyal to their own and will keep you working as long as your willing to work and have a good work ethic. Wages have declined where they once paid more than almost anybody they now come close to last in the oilfield
They Keep you busy
Some Poor management Lower than others wages
When it was flint I worked for them, then urs took over, and finally a solid committed to employees company has the reigns. I hope Aecom can implement workers of all aspects and skills from all trades beginners and journeyman into building a strong canada, putting thousands of canadian people to work earning a great living and reinvesting earnings into our economy for years to come.
Olenty of availability in every trade
i loved working for this company the boss was really good with us the management was excellent there i know what i had to do each day at work and never had to be told twice i did my work it was a very enjoyable place to work
was you were greeted with a smile in the morning
you didnt know when you were getting laided off
Hard workers don't get promotion they get laid off or if you are a pipe fitter you seen to get treated better,they seem to Premont people to foreman position that have no experience
you most get retention from most jobs
coming inaving to wait 6 to 8 weeks to get your retention with no money