Derrick-hand (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – September 18, 2018
The company is great for those without a family or even those with a family and needing the income. The pay is excellent and you generally work one week on, one week off or two weeks on, two weeks off.
Motorman/Floorhand (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 21, 2018
way overworked! work was Monday-Saturday with no knowledge ahead of time if you would even have Sunday off. Your job title did not reflect pay. Roustabouts got paid Trainee pay, Floorhands received Roustabout pay grade, so forth and so on. Horrible management and stressful, no time for family. All this place cares about is getting rigs built!!!
Operater (Former Employee) – Roosevelt, UT – September 13, 2018
Nabors definitely took care of their employees as far as health care and life insurance they matched your 401k 75% their pay rate wasn't bad either they also took very good care of their equipment as well
Lead Tong (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – September 5, 2018
every day was a learning experiment its was the coolest job. yes it was hard work. but it was challenge every day other employee showed team leader skills never had to do a one man job by myself safety always a big factor its was my second family
Though the work load is hectic at times, management and staff always had a smile on their faces and everyone was willing to step in and help everyone if needed. I had the ability to learn a couple of different operating programs which gave me the skills to move forward in my management career.
I work for Nabors for several years and i enjoyed working for them. I was able to advance my position up the chain of command in a relatively short period of time, so they treated me well. You would work 84 hours per week, but they paid you for it as well.
Crane Operator (Former Employee) – Harvey, LA – August 8, 2018
Continuously learning, adapting, perfecting skills. Allowed me to become proficient with multiple pieces of heavy equipment. Muscle building. Expanding to other areas throughout the yard.. Enhanced physical strength. Often called for thinking out of the box.
Training & growth allowed advancement and pay increases.