With less than 2,00 people, Oasis is a relatively small O&G company. Over three quarters of the employees live and work in Williston, N.D., with a handful in the corporate office in Houston. As a whole, the company is young, from both an employee standpoint, as well as a company culture. The majority of the employees in the corporate office are still new to the workforce, either straight from college,or with only a couple of years experience in the oil and gas industry. It is the same with middle management. The culture was not what I was accustomed to in a professional atmosphere.
Compensation is fair. Pay is above average and health benefits comparable.While bonuses seemed competitive against other companies, the employee stock program left me baffled.
It is a decent company for those starting out in the industry. The only downside is that if they were to move to older and more established O&G companies, they would realize everything they learned would have to be scrapped and there would be a huge learning curve to overcome.
Culture, Employee Stock Program