Timekeeper (Current Employee) – Hackberry, LA 70645 – November 1, 2017
I love when you take that customer who has just had it and are at the point of giving up and you turn then around to a happy customer that is ready to give you another chance.
As a CSR I love helping people. I enjoy the feeling of turning someone’s frustration of complications into a sigh of relief. To let them know, ” Hey, I got you :)”
I love it when a connection is made with a happy satisfied customer.
I love the opportunity to make a connection with people. How awesome is it when in the end there’s a good connection made regardless of whether the issue was solved or not. There have been times where the issue was a little more challenging than expected but through troubleshooting and what not, there was great rapport established between both parties.
I love being able to assist a customer and satisfy their needs.
Concrete Finisher (Former Employee) – Hackberry, LA – November 1, 2017
Everything is safety 1st, I lean how to work safe around moving equipment, how to do all civil work, nice place to work, there was nothing hard about the job because I love what I do I can only get better
Process Engineer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 30, 2017
A typical day at work is around 8 hours. Learning is dependent on the project assignment as well as the team. Workplace environment is pretty balanced. The hardest part is -once in a while the deadlines seem very difficult to reach and it requires a lot of patience and focus to get there. The most enjoyable part is the diversity makes it a fun place to work at.
Management unable to communicate to employees in a management level
LOTO Supervisor/Electrical Commissioning Manager (Current Employee) – Hackberry, LA – October 29, 2017
Unfortunately management does not have a way to communicate to each employee with respect. Constant threat of whether or not one will have a job on a daily basis. No matter how hard would do your work, it is never good enough. Thank you is not necessary but acknowledgment of some type of an incentive would boost the moral of all hard working men and women.
Manager (Current Employee) – Houston,TX – October 27, 2017
Overall fine place to work. Got to be involved in some interesting projects over the last couple of years and learned a lot. In the last year, the environment has become stressful and de-motivating due to the state of the organization.
Technology Analyst II, Global Incident Management (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – October 25, 2017
The company was overzealous in its bids and acquisitions resulting in near scrapes with bankruptcy. This organizaiton is much like other large companies that I have worked for. The compensation package was good but the company suffers from poor leadership up and down the org chart. Processes are not documented and treatment of employees is not consistent as a result.
CB&I is trying to improve, and it is long overdue. For example, the company is 125 years old and has just recently begun to create an employee survey to determine worker happiness and needs.
Labor Foreman (Former Employee) – Russellville, AR – October 25, 2017
company is good about keeping you busy. but they don't give opertunity for advancement. And no holiday or vacation pay. They are real good with the safety standards and good to supply the right safety PPE.
A decent place to work, although work was sparse. The morale wasn't very high because the inability to have the projects run very successfully. Everyone worked hard and the engineers and construction workers were as good as I've worked with but the management wasn't up to the task.
Carpenter (Former Employee) – Louisiana – October 24, 2017
Had a great experience there at cb&I met a lot of good people at that company great friendship and I learn more about my craft and some of other crafts if I have a chance to go back I will not think twice
Material Handler/Forklift Operator/Crane Operator (Current Employee) – Laurens, SC – October 24, 2017
The company has alot of foremen and supervisors that do not know what is going on at all. The HR feels that every employee is always in the wrong. Even when employees have evidence that they are in the right. Manufacturing employees are treated unfairly by every white hat in the building. Paid holidays are a joke. The entire company is a joke. It's shutting the doors on March 31st 2017.
Union Laborer (Former Employee) – Martinsville, IN – October 22, 2017
Management is pretty disconnected with the local union hands. They do however put alot of emphasis on safety, which is both good and bad for production. They seemed to put too much into their safety program which most of the time seemed to halt production on the job at hand. Great pay and benefits but no time off.
Civil Field Engineer (Current Employee) – Hackberry, LA – October 21, 2017
Construction life is different if your use to the corporate world. Long day and short nights. We were charged for company housing so thats a con. But they did provide transport to and from work. I did enjoy my time there and my work as a field engineer. But the management was was always changing what they wanted and needed.