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What is the work environment and culture like at Baker Hughes Incorporated?

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The best I ever worked with, family feeling.

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Perfect environment and many different cultures but that was enjoyed

Answered - HR Coordinator (Former Employee) - Dubai

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There was a good sense of team spirit, down to earth, very knowledgeable about work that was unfamiliar and always ready to train you in those areas.

Answered - Administrative Assistant II (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Work enviorment is good , has its good days and bad days. Lots of politics,they believe in themselves and not the employees

Answered - Warehouse 1 (Former Employee) - Hobbs, NM

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Loved the work and 100+ hours a week was great. Management was to be desired.

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I liked working with the warehouse and manufacturing groups.

Answered - Protype Group (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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The work environment at Baker Hughes was excellent. It was always easy to get along with coworkers and everyone and anyone was always willing to help out when needed.
The company's culture was that of safety. Safety was always a priority and everything needed to provide a safe work environment was always given.

Answered - Machinist (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Pleasant not too much chatter but a lot of office politics

Answered - Senior Demand Planner (Current Employee) - Sugar Land, TX

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The environment at Baker was professional as well as neighborly!

Answered - Billing Analyst (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Friendly environment kind of like a big family when I first started. As management and circumstances changed, the culture was more geared toward youthful employees and it started losing its family feel. But they were still a good company to work for.n

Answered - ENGINEERING COORDINATOR (Former Employee) - Claremore, OK

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