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Senior administrative assistant (Former Employee), senegalOctober 12, 2014
Pros: prelaunch
Cons: healthcare
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i have totally 7 years experience in material departtment
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Ethical and fun workplace
Estimator (Current Employee), Gurgaon, HROctober 11, 2014
Pros: ethical, good work life balance
Cons: career tends to get stagnant after a point
A typical day at work involves walking in at 8 in the morning and generally wraps up by 5:30. There might be teleconferences in the evening with counterparts in the west

It places a lot of emphasis on ethics and knowledge sharing

The management and Hierarchy at Fluor is pretty dense and the organization chart can get confusing at times. Follows an – more... open door policy. – less
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productive company
Supervizor (Former Employee), AfghanistanOctober 4, 2014
• Problem Resolution

• Time Management

• Planning & Scheduling

• Expediting Solutions

• Conflict Resolution

• Leadership & Supervision

• Building, Motivating & Leading Teams

• Scheduling Staff

• Decision Making

• Troubleshooting

• Teamwork

• Record Keeping

• Written & Verbal Communication
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good job with good pay
HVAC JOURNEYMAN (Current Employee), AfghanistainOctober 1, 2014
Working as a construction HVAC Tech in Afghanistain. Work seven day's a week twelve hours a day in all types of weather.
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Awesome culture
MCS I (Former Employee), Greenville ScSeptember 24, 2014
It's awesome. People are awesome and enjoy making money. Everyone seems to be having a lot of fun
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Outstanding
Citrix onsite hardware engineer (Current Employee), Freeport, TxSeptember 23, 2014
Pros: cool guy as manager
Cons: long work hours and few resources and local support
A decent place to work, My manager was awsome, cant say the same about others, if only they would stop taking resources away from employees. there is many hours per week and work life balance is not that great.
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Good group of individuals to work with
Government Property Supervisor (Former Employee), AfghanistanSeptember 22, 2014
You work Monday thru Sunday Work 12 hours a day. They provide a service to the US Military.
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it was productive in its own way
Laborer/Foreman (Former Employee), Freeport, TXSeptember 22, 2014
Pros: they gave free gifts out every monday for safety things
Cons: to much bird dogging
You start out good line the crew out get up other foreman in craft and see what they have planned and need help on, some of the upper management are down to earth other are not so down to earth, some general foreman are in the wrong place and the hardest part of the Job was putting up a general foreman that really didnt know anything or have common – more... sense he nervous at all times, the co-worker were cool easy to get along with which was a good thing, the most part was the end of the day. – less
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Women are NOT valued
Anonymous (Former Employee), Greenville, SCSeptember 20, 2014
I had the misfortune to work for Fluor for 10 years. Once I became pregnant with my first child, my career was over. The childish nasty comments about how I should be a stay at home mom instead of taking a job from a man never stopped. On many occasions I was forced to supervise men who made more than I did. They knew it and laughed all the way to the – more... bank at me about it.

When my father was very ill (he died a week after I arrived to see him), I was threatened with my job (a very demeaning, token position at the time -- one they put me in because the horrible internal client wanted a woman in that job) for only giving a week's notice that I was making the trip. Of course, this was about three months after my vacation request was denied. I was constantly called and berated the entire time I was gone -- until he passed away and I was then left alone.

Six months after my father passed away I needed surgery -- again "do you really have to do this now." If not now, when?

I was denied every bit of training I asked for, never provided home trips when I was on projects. When I lobbied for a lateral move into a better position I was ordered to withdraw my resume from consideration by the client because I "have a husband at home to take care of me," and "men need a job with upward mobility more than you do

So, do I need to go on? How I was intimidated (they tried -- thank God OSHA exists) on projects, never supported, treated like a secretary? Didn't think so. I will NEVER work for them again. Not unless I'm starving -- but I'd be a greeter at Wal-Mart and live in someone's basement before doing that. – less
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Fast Pace environment
Movement Control Coordinator (Former Employee), AfghanistanSeptember 19, 2014
Pros: multiple opportunities to network
Cons: combat environment
Excellent pay and benefits. not well organized and structured.
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very productiv time.
Senior Warehouseman (Former Employee), Camp Salerno US camp. AfghanistanSeptember 18, 2014
Pros: payed ticket to go home on vacation.
Cons: no day off in 3 months.
Waking up every day at 6:00am. Go to shower, get dress and go to work in camp at warehouse at 6:55am.
Doing inventory till breakfast time 9:00am.
Breakfast 30 min, after that pick up trucks with cargo and go to warehouse. Download truck and putt stuff in warehouse till 14:00am then is lunch time.
14:30am putt cargo in their position and sorted by the – more... dates.
16:55am get local nationals to the gate.
17:15am deliver food items to the kitchen till 19:30 am.
19:31am sign my time sheet then go to my room.
One work day is over 12h.
I learn discipline.
ex.inventory management.
my co. workers are awesome.
Hardest part of job is that is war zone and every day is 12h work, no day off.
enjoyable part of job is going home on vacation. Flying on plain. – less
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safe work
Travel Specialist (Former Employee), Ghazni, AfghanistanSeptember 17, 2014
Pros: good conditions vehicles
Cons: nothings
good rules and regulations
sign boards
0% incidents
good maintenance
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Challenging and educational environment
Project Administrator (Former Employee), Greenville, SCSeptember 16, 2014
Pros: lots of training education
Cons: required overtime sometimes
Fluor has great skill set training, and educational mandatory tutorial lessons, from software to newest scams and how to avoid them. They had wonderful yearly family fun days. Management took pride in workers accomplishments and built strong teams that worked well together.
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My Favorite company
CONTROLLER/FINANCE MANAGER (Former Employee), Aliso Viejo, CASeptember 15, 2014
Pros: high energy, exciting, new opportunities
Cons: market change caused a collapse in the client listings
Fluor was a dynamic and exciting place to work. Opportunities where there if you wanted to take advantage of them
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productive assignment
Heavy Truck Driver (Former Employee), Greenville, SCSeptember 12, 2014
Pros: all things were wonderful
Cons: it was only temporary
Workinf for KBR was great. I traveled, worked, and enjoyed what i did. Unfortunately is was a contrat job only.
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E&C company working on Engineering job US and overseas.
consultant. (Former Employee), Greenville, SCSeptember 11, 2014
Pros: good place to work. staff is very friendly.
Cons: none very specific.
Good place to work. People are very friendly and helping. Typical day work is 8 hrs. Typical E&C company. One may feel age discrimination.
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Senior Warehouseman (Former Employee), AfghanistanSeptember 10, 2014
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It was a good place to learn new things and meet a wide diversity of people.
Multiple Positions (Former Employee), Greenville, SCSeptember 8, 2014
Pros: networking
I had multiple jobs at this company so from project to project my days were different. I worked at jobsites and in the office. The project jobsites were my favorite places to work. It felt like family when you were at a site.
I learned all aspects of a job from how they were won to how we closed them out. I worked with clients and all management levels – more... in Fluor. – less
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Oversea is diffrent you meet people all over the world
Class I Warehouseman Afghanistan (Former Employee), AfghanistanSeptember 8, 2014
Pros: you eat free and it like being at home.
Cons: its really hot over there
To understand some one that did not speak your language. that was the hard part but you get use to it and go on. At the need it all fall in place and the work get done. Its different but I really enjoy working with the people over there I learn a lot.
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working with people at all levels
Senior Supervisor (Former Employee), BagramSeptember 7, 2014
Worked with people at all levels, civilian and military, and effectively motivates team members to attain professional goals and objectives. Possesed hands on experience with requisitions, receipts, inspecting, accounting, storing, preservation, and issue of supplies, Extensive knowledge in inventory, stockage control, security, and distribution, Computer – more... literate in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook, Regarded as a leader who manages quickly in fast-paced environments. – less

About Fluor Corp.

From the ground up, Fluor Corporation is one of the world's largest international design, engineering, and contracting firms. – Read more