I started in the civil department and was able to craft out into the Electrical department. I enjoyed being able to learn something new and having peers to look up to if I needed to ask any questions. The days were steady but sometimes fast paced, as is any construction job.
warehouse/helper/janitorial (Former Employee) – Baytown, TX – September 11, 2017
When you first start you might stat under one job but as time goes on you will be doing everything with no training even when you ask for it and if you mess up they will write you up.Lots of unfair managers that don't communicate with you they want you to be a mind reader.
must bring lunch everyday you can not leave for lunch
Project Safety Support Manager - FLNG Freeport (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 7, 2017
My only problem with this company is I am away from home and want to be closer. The jobs that ZHI has now are only in TX and the ones that are closer to my home they did not pick me to go to them. So if you live close to a job it seems that you are sent to ones that are not close.
Great company to work for, you have to see for yourself to experience all aspects of a company, good or bad experience depend on every individual. Not enough support from field supervision when comes to safety related issues.
Carpenter Helper III (Former Employee) – Freeport, TX 77541 – September 5, 2017
Typical day began with a brief meeting about day's goals. Management was o.k. and workplace culture was good. Allowed to work independently-- very few slackers on this jobsite. Teamwork was very evident.
Always arrive 15 plus minutes early, so I am prepared for whatever is on the agenda. Once everyone is ready to start we all decide what is the best course of action. We all work as a team to work smarter not harder. Everyone was always professional and carried themselves in a respectful manner. The hardest part I would say was having to call it quits for the day. I really looked forward to coming to work each and every day. I feel if you don't learn something new every day even if it was only some good advice I feel you've wasted you day.
Diaster field worker inspector (Former Employee) – Pascagoula, MS – August 31, 2017
Great opportunity working with this company. The only thing, is that they do a lot of laying off. I like the fact that they hire older people, women and people of all colors with or without experience.
Nice work place everyone got along well with each other to get the job done
Oiler helper (Former Employee) – Mansfield, LA – August 29, 2017
We was working at the power plant during the shutdown and had to change pumps on machinery and also drain and put new oil in all the machines,we done that everyday until everything on the shutdown was done
Project Manager / Senior Project Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 27, 2017
Great benefits and good company. Certain level of misunderstanding between field staff and upper management. Numerous management staff members looking only to benefit themselves and not well being of employees
Lead Maintenance Laborer (Current Employee) – Port Arthur, TX – August 23, 2017
This company works based off of the buddy system. If you're one of the "good ol boys" then they look out for you. If not you can hang it up. You're only a number to them. They commend you for being a snitch and a snake. They don't care about how loyal or dedicated you are to your job and busting your butt for them because the first oppurtunity they get, you will be out the gate. The managment is horrible and they have brought the moral down to where no one cares about anything because they show you no appreciation for the hard work that you do. They are constantly on the hunt to catch you doing wrong.