Fine. Top down in many ways. Corporate sometimes wags the dog
Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Fort Lupton, CO
Unable to advance up.
Answered - Weekend Manager, ExxonMobil Refinery Storehouse (Former Employee) - Baytown, TX
Making sure that everyone stayed safe and constantly watching our surroundings and watching out for my crew members.
Answered - Pipe-fitter Helper (Former Employee) - Baytown, TX
When Jaboos took over it was over for a lot of us . I think Jabocs told CH 2M to let all the high paid people go before they bought the company Just my opinion.
Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Evendale
The only thing that was inconvenient, not really stressful was the changing of show up and release times.
Answered - Rigger (Former Employee) - La Porte, TX
Nothing I can remember.
Answered - Principal Logistician (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
Trying to train a degreed Engineer that I had 50 years experience and they had none and they should listen to me and learn
Answered - Smart Plant 3d Senior Piping Designer (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Making the deadline
Answered - Creative Services Manager (Former Employee) - Denver, CO
Staff shortages create stress as work has to be done regardless of the number of people available to do it.
Answered - Sr. Contract Administrator (Former Employee) - Richland, WA
12 hour days
Answered - Logistics Management Specialist (LMS) LOGCAP (Former Employee) - Warren, MI