General Accountant Clerk (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 15, 2017
Fantastic place to work. Co-workers were amazing. I only left to have a child. I enjoyed all aspects of this company. My direct manager was easy to get along with and knew how to bring the best out of people.
Excellent work place with several learning opportunities
Sr Executive Assistant to the Sr. Vice President (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – January 17, 2017
Williams offer a friendly work place with several learning opportunities. Management communicate often and openly with employees. Office location in Houston is great offering several options for lunch or after hours activities
Manager (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – November 17, 2016
Williams is utility-like in their base culture and procedures. They claim to be entrepreneurial, but get bogged down in bureaucracy and sloppy analysis. The management means well, but can't seem to get the employees moving at the right speed in the right direction.
Large company, solid benefits, job security for competent people
Lack of accountability, stale culture, low comp for value drivers, top heavy structure
Best Company in Tulsa Oklahoma for land/Right of Way
Senior Real Estate Representative (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – November 8, 2016
Williams allowed flex hours and provided all electronics needed to work from home if necessary. Great legal department personnel and great people. However, the way the company is structured to achieve many departmental goals, you have to use "Influence without authority"
Op tech (Former Employee) – Wyoming – October 13, 2016
Williams is all about their bottom dollar and shows no real regard for employees. They preach a big game but will do everything they can to make your job more difficult. I have never worked for a shadier company.
sales associate/delivery driver (Current Employee) – Andalusia, AL – October 4, 2016
my day consist of preping the tinter so that it is ready to tint paint. also i front shelves take, and asist customers with their orders helping them with which types of paints would work best for there project. every day i have to keep up with truck records keep track of mileage as i may deliveries and enter them into the computer system.
Manager of Project Development (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – August 16, 2016
Williams is a good company with a great company culture, but it has had a difficult couple years trying to build up an organization for the shale gas boom and now trying to adjust to the oil and gas market crash. Doing this with the ETE merger looming and now disappearing has caused the culture and morale to suffer, as many in the organization have been directionless for a long time.