Avis des employés pour Ironworker chez Worley
Intitulé du poste
9 avis correspondant à votre rechercheVoir les 1 967 avis
Avis en vedette
L'avis le plus utile, sélectionné par Indeed
Fun, structured work place. Great people to work for. Clean and tidy camp facilities and helpful staff. Enjoyed my time working with Worley Parsons. Organized work schedule and flight schedule. Always provided food and accommodation.
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
Notez une entreprise où vous avez travaillé récemment
Partagez votre expérience pour aider d'autres utilisateurs.
A poor paying workplace with short hours and low rates. Tools were always scarce for our trade with some failure along the chain in ordering the tools needed to work properly & safely. Poor decision making and knee-jerk reactions from safety/management to incidents, often with results/reactions unrelated to the cause of an incident. You'll spend much of your time hunting tools or the foreman, who had nearly 30 workers to attend to along with other tasks to carry out. Apprentices & laborers were given lead-hand responsibilities without additional pay, due to Journeymen with no interest in organizing & managing the work. Most workers at the time I left were checked out of the job due to very low morale related to poor income combined with a lack of the tools & support to carry out their jobs. To 'fix' this the plan seemed to be to fire the workers that care enough to be upset over the working conditions and lack of respect shown by management.
Good location central to the region.
Low hours, low wages, lack of tools, poor management.
It was a good stepping stone for me as an apprentice Ironworker. There were some very dear friends that I had made there and that took me under their wing to teach me much of the ironwork trade.
My crew was awesome.
not getting a chance to learn all that I could .