Skid Steer operator (Former Employee) – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – 27 February 2017
commute to fort sask was challenging and safety is of great importance. management was okay as was workplace culture. the hardest part was being let go after only one week and the most enjoyable was they gave me a chance.
Piping Designer (Current Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 24 February 2017
good place to work, good people, great oportunities.
WorleyParsons delivers projects, provides expertise in engineering, procurement and construction and offers a wide range of consulting and advisory services. We cover the full lifecycle, from creating new assets to sustaining and enhancing operating assets, in the hydrocarbons, mineral, metals, chemicals and infrastructure sectors. Our resources and energy are focused on responding to and meeting the needs of our customers over the long term and thereby creating value for our shareholders.
Document Controller (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 February 2017
WorleyParsons workplace is multi-cultural and flexible working environment. This diversity enabled me to develop my people skills especially on challenging projects. Everyone is encouraged to be productive but at the same time balance your work-personal life activities. The hardest part of my job is when i have to maintain the quality of deliverable at the same time that compressed schedules have to be met. Having said that, it is always satisfying to deliver successfully and get congratulated every time for a job well done.
Project Manager/Engineer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 February 2017
Worked many years with great people until we were acquired by WorleyParsons. Didn't take long for Worley to make a complete mess of a great company with the profitable local business market. Absolutely the worst upper managed globally run company i have ever witnessed or been a part of. They have no idea what is going on at the front line and staff wer disposable regardless of stature they brought to the business, Zero loyalty.
Company spent more time and money so as the new employee can easily adopt the culture of company. Employees are been encourage to attend product presentation of various supplier and electrical equipment vendor to be updated on the latest technology.
Scaffolder (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 February 2017
Keep your head down working and you wont be bothered. Small time drama with so many people. Working around many trades and heavy equipment. Bad management but the safety officers on site are good to deal with. I would go back if needed.
Structural Iron Worker (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 7 February 2017
There is a lot of bad management and availability is slim to none when it comes to pretty much any tool ever required. When it comes to the end of jobs they do keep loyal to their own and will keep you working as long as your willing to work and have a good work ethic. Wages have declined where they once paid more than almost anybody they now come close to last in the oilfield
Project Management (Current Employee) – Calgary – 4 February 2017
This company has exceed my expectation on working culture. Very much open to move between offices and very much in network with global offices and requirements as if 30k employees working under one roof. Great people and company to work with.
Good management and vision.
Capability to bring largeprojects and sustainable projects.(Improving in