Engineer II (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 21, 2017
Starting at Technip was enjoyable but during the downturn the have struggled to adapt to Clients needs, the atmosphere in the office has plummeted during this time. There is very little transparency in workforce reduction and an overall arrogance from upper management.
Principal Specialist, Field Development (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 21, 2017
The life of this business depends on feeding the backlog, but the business development function is lacking. Proposals are prepared in a hush-hush and if the bid is won, then all mistakes have to be paid by the executing team; it is very hard to get expected results in the proposal with that starting handicap from the onset.
Intellectually very challenging
Managers are not effective in stating drivers and objectives.
The company offers great benefits and fair wages, but lack decent management. Zero job security. Employees are overworked and get zero support from management. With all the lay offs in O&G, current employees workload has tripled and management abuses the employees by not allowing them to use their paid time off except for a day here and there. Taking a week or two to relax and recoup is only allowed unless you are on the management team. Too many Chiefs and not enough Indians to coin an old term.
Benefits and a 9/80 schedule
Poor Management, Employees doing the work of 3, Management refuses to allow more than a day or 2 of PTO at a time.
Product Engineer II (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 18, 2017
I enjoyed my career with TechnipFMC. The drilling team I was a part of was very diverse and knowledgeable and always willing to help a team member out with any needed information. Management were great leaders who did not micro manage their team. Also, there were many out of the workplace events that were a nice added benefit to the culture of the workplace.
Like every large corporation, TechnipFMC has its upsides and downsides. The merger has created a lot of questions and uncertainties about the current direction of the company. The culture of the company is currently in a rapid transition and has yet to settle. My experience has been a roller-coaster ride as I have experienced the worst manager I have ever had and the best manager I have ever had.
There is more upside than down when it comes to working for TechnipFMC
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Theodore, AL – June 6, 2017
Good work site good hours the pay was great and the individuals that worked on the site were very friendly from the general Laborers to the supervisors in the front office just a great company all around
Safety was always first, health care, and time of breaks
Estagiário de Engenharia Naval (Former Employee) – Houston, Texas, US – June 2, 2017
Empresa de grande porte que investe no potencial do funcionário. Possibilidade de atuar em projetos em praticamente todos os continentes do planeta. Excelente para quem sonha grande dentro da carreira de Engenharia.
Bom salário, bons benefícios, boas condições de trabalho
Senior Project Engineer (Current Employee) – South korea – May 9, 2017
I have seen this company grow in size and take on many projects however in the last 2 years the oil and gas projects in the UAE has declined however Technip maintained their professional and positive way of dealing with their engineers.