In many ways Worley operates like a typical too-big company: many offices work as silos pursuing individual industries/BD opps, then pull together to submit a large RFP & generally fail. Short contracts, long goals, very little progressive management. No training.
I gave it one star because zero isn't an option. I took this job under the impression that I would be making a great move for my career. That I would work in Shared Services and help implement process improvements and work with the outsourced group for a common goal of success. I feel like I've been bamboozled. Management has no concept of what a Shared Services environment is. Everything is full cycle and the workload is so heavy that it really needs to be spread across departments. Management is also incompetent which also makes the job 10 times harder. We are treated like numbers and nothing more. Constantly being told we have to "prove our worth" to the company. On top of a heavy workload in my department management is underhanded, messy, emotionally unstable and cannot be trusted. Think twice before accepting a position here. Weigh your options.
There is no shortage of projects, so always busy. The nature of engineering is changing to meet with technological needs so we are always on the cutting edge. Since most responsibilities are being learned on the job it is hard to keep up with scope of your job.
Due to the nature of work, you must be flexible and be able to work long hours in busy times. Managers depending on position/location could have a lot of travel involved. This is not a Monday - Friday 9-5 job.
Independent Claims Adjuster (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA - December 17, 2019
The upper management currently in place , tends to care more so about cultivating friendships than providing staff with trainers that can actually assist and develope new talent. Very little room for advancement unless your on the friendship train.
Lordstown Energy Center is terrible from a safety perspective, harassing managers with no experience and very low pay.
If you want to work at a terrrbipe place this maybe for you.
If you want to work at a great place it’s not here.
Pipe Welder/Fabricator (Current Employee) - Columbus, NE - December 14, 2019
It's a great place to work if you are a member of the (Good Ole Boys). Pay is below par. Benefits are terrible. One week of vacation after 5 yrs. I wouldn't recommend this job to my worst enemy. But it's close to home.
Nothing negative to say about Worley. I worked for them a total of 8 years. Good people. The industry is changing, so there aren't as many deployment opportunities these days. That has nothing to do with the company.
This company has been a great first real job for me. I have learned quite a bit about the trade I love. Though this place has been a god job for me, there are some internal problems that kept me from progressing as I felt I should.