- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez Weatherford à temps plein (Plus d'un an)
It's a place where you can get training and learn about the oil and gas industry. Like many others like it. Some very good and honest hard working people. Like most places, the good people working there make it great, although management might be clueless or careless to really care about their subordinates. But that is also like most every other large firm these days.
Work life balance was not too bad since several lazy people in the department were never disciplined for their slacking; it infects others and you could pretty much get away with working as little as possible if you wanted to come in late and leave early most of the week.
Law suits for bad corporate behavior. Disengaged people at all levels of the business. The first indicator that I should have kept looking for another job and passed on this one, was the 1 hr long new hire orientation where they got someone from legal to come in during orientation and SPELL out, "this is an example of bribery. Bribery is illegal. Do not do it if it is illegal. Illegal very bad. Etc." It was comical though. This is tame however, in that I've overheard sexual harassment allegation and other terrible employee behavior disciplinary discussions at other places I have worked. Is there any decent place to work anymore or does no one even care anymore?
Bottom line to anyone working any where. Just know you are being fed a story about the place when interviewing. It's a two way street. I just hate the shake down and TSA microscope inspection of your personal life you have to do for employers and yet they feed you "we are made of gold over here."
Conseils à la direction
Stay humble. Know you are not perfect and do not know everything. Be open minded and seek inputs on how to be better leaders and inspire people that work for or with you to also be their best selves. If you don't care it is obvious and it's all downhill from there.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Weatherford (Katy, TX (États-Unis)) en septembre 2018.
I got 2 rounds of interview and a task to complete. The first round was 30 min talk on the phone with all technical and they sent a task for me to complete afterwards. Then in the 2nd round, it was a Skype video call where i mostly went over the task i completed and answered some other questions. The whole process took less than 3 weeks
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