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It was compfortable company to work for and i woold like to be REMEX employee again
Car seller (Former Employee), PARJune 30, 2014
It was a good company to work for and i would like to get back in that company again
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Good work place
Used the Tactical Fuel Manager Defense (TFMD) (Former Employee), AfghanistanJune 27, 2014
Pros: vacations
Good work place and compensation. Long work hours everyday. Great staff to work with.
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High speed and worldwide travel
HVAC Foreman (Current Employee), Forward Operating Base Shank AfghanistanJune 25, 2014
Pros: salary
Cons: time spent away from family, 90 days at a time
12 hr workdays 7 days a week
working in a very diverse orginization with different cultures has sharpened my comunication and leadership skills.
Very structured, and HSE oriented. (War Zone)
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sweat shop for some people not all
Piping Specialist (Former Employee), sugar land txJune 23, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: no advancement, no good training ridiculous quotos to meet, piping leads are all jerks, everyone.
too many cliques, they expect you to do all the work and the leads talk to the girls and goof off. .not a very professional company. health insurance will not pay if the decide its pre existing.. I worked 3 times. never again
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Good Company
Operations Spec (Former Employee), AfghanJune 23, 2014
Pros: pay, vacation
Cons: police state attatude
Great Company , Management is a little self centered, Not a long term type of place to advance your career unless your a engineer
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Challenging and reactive job
Lead Electrical Engineer (Former Employee), AfghanistanJune 23, 2014
Pros: free meals, accomodation, transport.
Cons: long days, constant on call, harsh conditions.
Working in a live war zone was a different type of job than usual. Aswell as fulfilling the daily customer requirements, we conducted PM tasks aswell as fire warden roles for a Forward Operating Base and staying alert for my own safety of attacks.

Working in partnership with many other foreign employees from USA to Bosnian etc I learned about many – more... cultures and work ethos.

A very demanding role with spells of around 3 months at a time, working 12hr shifts 7 days a week, and also having to react to any out of hours emergency as and when required.

The most rewarding part of the job was providing a constant and quick response service for the customer, always achieving the best expected outcome for their needs or beyond. – less
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Overall satisfactory experience with Fluor
Health, Safety and Environmental Manager (Former Employee), Johannesburg, GPJune 22, 2014
Work atmosphere and venues were satisfactory and as anticipated. Good company culture allowed for good environment
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good R&R time frame
Logistics Coordinator/Movement Control Team (Former Employee), Kabul AfghanistanJune 22, 2014
Pros: r&r
Cons: paying for r&r of pocket
I think there were fair with R&R but could have explained in more detail that your flight would have to come out of your own pocket which made your total yearly salary be less than what they offered
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Great job for experience in new construction.
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN (Current Employee), VariousJune 20, 2014
Pros: awesome safety award dinners, good pay
Cons: lot of time lost with family due to extensive travel
Compensation is fair, though there were not many opportunities for advancement unless you know someone. Great way to meet new people. Overall good work environment and I enjoy the job and most of my co-workers.
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Fluor Inc
Fuel Distribution Systems Foreman (Former Employee), Bagram Airforce Base, AfghanistanJune 19, 2014
That was the best job I ever had. They pay wonderful and it was such a good experience.
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Work Experience
Lead Manager - Global Sourcing (Current Employee), New DelhiJune 19, 2014
Global accumen, excellent communication matrix
Perfect work-life balance and career advancement opportunities
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Very good company to work at.
Senior Structural Engineer V (Former Employee), Houston, TXJune 11, 2014
Challenging opportunities, however lack of industry wise stability to secure jobs.
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Very dynamic environment and worker friendly
O&M Manager (Former Employee), Greenville, SCJune 10, 2014
Managed the day to day operations and maintenance on a remote military base in Afghanistan.
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fast past and upbeat
Carpenter Supervisor (Former Employee), AfghanistanJune 9, 2014
Pros: free living quwatrers and meals
Cons: 7 days aweek 12 hours a day
a typical day at floor was distribute work orders and make sure we gave the solders the best customer assistance possible,
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Always changing and challenging.
Movement Control Supervisor (Current Employee), Ghazni, AfghanistanJune 9, 2014
Pros: the feeling when i see a soldier get that hot shower, meal he or she deserves
Cons: remebering everyday can be your last here.
Working in Afghanistan has been the most rewarding and exhilarating experience of a life time. A typical day can consist of incoming rocket propelled grenades, vehicle born improvised explosive or a full out ground attack on a Military base. Logistics movements has a never ending challenge when dealing with current issues such as these, remembering – more... I am here to get the supplies to the end user with minimal delay.

One of the most important parts of learning the local Afghan national trucking industry has been dealing with a country that unlike the United States is in no hurry to get the cargo from point A to point B. Contract negotiations can be very challenging as well as rewarding, accepting that I am dealing with a different culture and at the end of the day succeeding in still providing the customer with a completed mission.

Fluor has many sub contractors as well as a equal opportunity employer there are many different nationalities, people from all over the wold language barriers,cultural differences. Making all worth while when the "ISAF" International Security Assistance Forces" are properly supplied with exceptional logistics service. – less
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Expect a revolving door
Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee), Sugar Land, TXJune 6, 2014
Pros: frequent free food & entertainment, good friendships.
Cons: an all white male upper mgmt. that resists change.
When you work for a company that has absolutely NO women or even men of color in the top tier of management, expect that if you are one of the above, you will be passed over as if you don't exist. It's true that there are many excellent engineers who are "white males" also being passed over, but when someone with excellent credentials is not even considered – more... to be trained to move up to replace the many over-70 white men working there, in favor of some youngster who is handsome, white, and a real yes-man, it's time to find a job somewhere else. Nothing they give lip service to, like their GROW program for women engineers, will make any difference.
They will use your experience as a TRS contract employee, and dispose of you when the project is stalled, and not even think twice of it, despite recommendations from all the fellow workers that really liked working with you. You get fair pay, a desk and a phone and a work station, and when your contract is up they will not even say thank you, fare-thee-well, or let's do an exit interview. Just don't let the door hit you on the way out.
The managers are courteous during the work day, but not always helpful, so don't expect much communication from the bosses giving each other award recommendations, but not even the time of day to you. The hardest part of the job is keeping your mouth shut.
They like to do "town hall meetings" which they think fulfills their obligation for communication, but the Q&A period is rigged with ringers in the audience and canned answers to the canned questions. That is the truth and factual. This sounds like rotten eggs, but I would be happy to go back to work there again for the pay and the friendships made.
The good news is that the cafeteria food is fairly priced and diverse. Your co-workers will be awesome, and the donuts and coffee are free. – less
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not truly fan of this management
Field Services/ Control Room Operator Technician (Former Employee), Calexico, CAJune 5, 2014
Pros: no qualify managment
Cons: no structure
bad experience from the start, no real management with lack of company structure
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Supervision and the relationship with the coffee pot.
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN (Former Employee), Houston,TxJune 4, 2014
Pros: do`nt get fat.
Cons: always like like your doing something.
1Routine turn over from the night before.
2 How to something great but did nothing.
3Good,when he has his coffee mug.
4Great run conduit terminations and pull wire and terminate.
5The hardest part of the job was trying to not finish the job to fast.
6 The pay check !!!!
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The company does look after there employies
Pipeline Construction Supervisor (Current Employee), QueenslandMay 29, 2014
Cons: 10 to 12 hours a day
overseeing the contractor
Daily pre starts
Management listen to the experienced people such as my self
My co workers were all easy to get along with
The most enjoyable part was seeing the job to the end
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Fluor a company with great pay and benefits
General Journeyman Electrician/ Lead O & M (Former Employee), Greenville, SCMay 28, 2014
Fluor has great pay, benefits and travel. Meeting people from many different cultures and countries from around the world.
You work long hard hours, 12-16 hour days 7 days a week. Have the options to be trained in other fields of work. Management keeps everything rolling, so you can get your job completed.
You have to be the kind of person who can deal – more... with long periods of separation from family and home. But overall out of my 3 years Fluor, I learned a lot about my job and how other countries work. I'm ex- Military so dealing with a hostile environment was a little more easier for me to deal with than the non military personal. Overall a good experience. – 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