Great in the Good Times, Terrible in the Bad Times
Sr. Operations Geologist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 14, 2015
Management is definitely at the top of the ladder, valued over employees. They boast a transparent sharing of knowledge, but never actually fulfil that promise. During the recent layoffs, shareholders and new hire offers were given higher priority than current employees. Advancement opportunities are limited with low transfer potential between business units or specialty areas. This was not the company I thought it was when I hired on. In good economic times you will think that the job is perfect but when push comes to shove, you will learn that you are just a number. I am terribly disappointed in management, in the opportunity for advancement, in the training (unless a recent grad) and in the company transparency. The schedule is flexible and the pay is excellent. The benefits are great.
Good benefits, great starting pay, flexible schedule
management, company transparency, cash flow, opportunities for advancement