nice people to work with. I just filled in for the office manager while she had surgery.This was a temporary job and during a very slow month at the company. Answering the phones was a large part of the job
IT Project Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 16, 2017
I was brought as a contractor for a multiyear project. After oil prices kept low, other projects were put on hold. Hess seems to treat their employees fairly good and provides good opportunities. I just wish oil prices will climb north of $50/barrel.
Nice subsidized Cafeteria and coffee shop, paid bus passes
In my case contractors were not allowed 9-80 schedules, reporting Manager has an interesting style to manage people and projects.
I wish this company still was in New Hampshire. The atmosphere was an amazing place to work, management was fantastic. I was working on my college degree as a massage therapist and they have worked with my school schedule. I left the company to go pursue my career. They are sadly out of business and speedway has taken over.
Hess is a great company to work for, I am looking for opportunities in Oklahoma or Texas. The reason for this is , I have 4-daughters that live in Oklahoma and I would like to spend some time with them and my grandchildren.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Warwick, RI – August 8, 2017
I worked over nights..it was always safe and usually stayed busy. I cleaned and stocked and there was always something to do. The boss peter was always respectful and when i worked days it was always a good atmospere
SAP PM Consultant (Former Employee) – Dakota – August 3, 2017
I absolutely love working at Indeed. Not only is my team collaborative and supportive but the entire company is as a whole. Our company has a strong sense of community that is felt in every office globally.
Senior Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 27, 2017
seemed like a good job at first but management is extremely poor doing what they personally want not following any business practices and upper management doesn't care about anything said or done by their managers and just take everything said and questions nothing
Project Lead (Current Employee) – Texas – July 4, 2017
The company provides a relaxed atmosphere. Too laid back in many cases. Many full-time employees rely on contractors to do the bulk load of work. At times, it was difficult to get folks to do their jobs because of lack of accountability. However, I do feel that I was paid fairly for the work I performed and would consider working for Hess again in the future.
In the 6 years I've worked for Hess the company as a whole has had 2 re-orgs (lay-offs and swapping people around without giving anyone a say) and 2 in my department alone. Pay is competitive and the working environment varies depending on whether you work in field or corporate. Can be very relaxed or overly stressful.
Have moved to a different Corporate structure that is challenging and fun. Direct contractors and imbedded personnel to the next work order needing to be accomplished. Build an integrated weekly schedule and up to 90 day look aheads. Currently, we are cleaning up our SAP system which is time consuming and tedious. Learning new tricks in SAP and it's capabilities is the most enjoyable part of the job