Paint Inspector (Former Employee) – South Korea-HHI – April 4, 2018
I worked 8~9 hours per day with flexible mind. They have good system to work with reasonable environment. The most important thing is good collaboration with each part to successful project. It makes me pride of myself with enjoyable.
Managers manage up and have limited real business experience. No long-term commitment to staff. Skill disregarded; politics is all. Have no business trying to operate onshore US, should keep to offshore Norway.
Discounted meals, pay
Work load distribution; accountability; crummy management
This company treats their employees well, but if you are hoping to be hired from a contractor position it wont happen. If your role is temporary, leave at the end of your contract and keep it temporary.
Great career advancement opportunities, pay scale not aligned with responsibilities.
Head of Business Solutions (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 18, 2017
The company is very flat in hierachy which is good as decisions can be made faster compared to other peers. The company was also quicker to react through signifcant structural cost changes during the recent oil downturn.
Statoil provides a great working environment for its employees with challenging and balanced performance objectives. Statoil's recognizes good performance with a nnual performance and long term incentive bonuses.
If the US offices truly adhered to the Norwegian values it truly would be a blessing to work for the company. They believe in family and they do take care of their employees health insurance wise but thats about it.
Drilling and Completions Analyst (Former Employee) – houston – July 11, 2017
great place to work great atmosphere nice campus very laid back atmosphere work life balance is great. they value employees. paid parking paid tolls annual bonus and quarterly bonuses great benefits 100% paid by employer.
Contract Division Order Analyst (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – May 31, 2017
I have really enjoyed the work/life balance of this office as well as the flexible schedule, unusual for contract positions. Casual office attire. Hardest part of the job is somewhat unreasonable deadlines.