Operator Assistant and Driver, Alberta (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 12 August 2018
I so much loved my job at Halliburton unfortunately I just happened to hit it at the wrong time during a down turn in the economy and unfortunately lost my job however they pay well treat you well and as far as the work environment it's like family.
Halliburton is an interesting place to work. You can acquire huge experience in working on halliburton equipment.
Mechanical Technician II (Current Employee) – Rivers – 11 June 2018
Working at halliburton Nigeria gave a lot of exposure in my area of specialization. These includes but not limited to hydraulics, pneumatics, safety, documentation, preventive and unscheduled repair on engines from different manufacturers. Employees development comes once in a while but worth a lot if it does come. Safety is part of the business without safety no work. Most enjoyable part of the job is employees cooperation. There is this zeal to assist fellow employee when the need arise. Hardest part of the job is coping with low income.
Operator (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 20 May 2018
Has no work/life balance. Management is not open to employees and not willing to communicate. It is the worst company I know. Pay was not good. Not willing to provide training. Not ethnical, culture was not good.
Drill Bit Technician (Current Employee) – Nisku, AB – 20 April 2018
**Beware** if you ever get injured your employment may be terminated under false pretences. Vacation days chosen for you by management. Work under constant reminder that your employment is a privilege and it may be terminated at any moment.
Senior Regional Manager (Former Employee) – Kuala umpur, Malaysia – 1 April 2018
Halliburton is a very large global corporation that serves high volume latest technology oil & gas services throughout the world. This company has literally hundreds of positions available at any given time from entry to upper management levels. Hard work is rewarded here and compensation benefits are normally of a high standard. My career spanned from Lab Technician to field engineer to management over a twenty one year span. In my latest years with the company certain philosophy changes and work ethics were not in my opinion a reflection of the early years.
Plenty of new opportunities, good remuneration, solid company
new directives and philosophies may have eroded company ethics
Logging While Drilling Feild Engineer (Former Employee) – Nisku, AB – 22 February 2018
You work according to their schedule. Family is zero priority to them. You are regularly threatened that you could be fired if you don't work your tail off. You do get paid well. You are treated very poorly. I would never return to Canada district. UK district, different story. I would go back there in a second.
Baroid Drilling Fluid LMP Supervisor (Current Employee) – Oman Mukhaizna – 27 January 2018
1- Busy all the long and with a lot tension 2- Learn how to manage the time according with the operation, manages personal 3- Good processes in place, efficient mismanagement processes 4- I relate with people of different culture and religions 5- Is not rely hard due to a love my job and the things that i do 6- When i pended time with friend and family
Like the gym
Work long hours is not the right thing, but need to do it for reason
Very nice company they are focus at safety for any people inside the facility
Technician (Current Employee) – Kuwait – 12 December 2017
Im great i am HALLIBURTON.management is very assisting of there employee.provide all safety equipment.as a Lead Technician i should commet the requirment day by day.and keep tracking parts status to avoid delays for operation.and enforming to my supervisor everyday job done.