They should have more projects to offer so therefore there can be more transitions from one project to the other
Answered - PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST-BUYER (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Be more aggressive chasing new projects.
Answered - General Construction Superintendent (Former Employee) - Beulah, ND
Have more work
Answered - Cost Engineer (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Too much overhead on bids to qualify for projects. Not enough concern for clients requests.
Provide more opportunities to the prospective employees well ahead of the demobilization.
Answered - Lead Engineer (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
Company should seek, bit and create more jobs and oppurunities and to keep the employees
Answered - Project HSE Manger (Former Employee) - Kuala Lumpur
Too many changes in management and regional offices have occurred in a very short period of time making many employees feel unsure of their reporting channels and giving a sense of un-stability.
Answered - Chief Engineer, Electrical (Former Employee) - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada