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Poor communication
QUALITY CONTROL LEAD FLEXIBLES INSPECTOR (Current Employee) –  Houston, TX13 June 2018
No communication from upper management. when changes are made it is good for Employees' to know major changes done to work area. Poor communication will always result in Problems.
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un leader en perte de vitesse
Ingénieur Projets (Current Employee) –  Paris (75)13 June 2018
Bonne entreprise pour débuter avec une quelques possibilités d'évolutions en interne.
Cons
Salaire, Prise de responsabilités
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TechnipFMC
Project Engineer (Current Employee) –  Houston, TX11 June 2018
Due to re-organization because of the company merger, there is much doubt on job security. There have been no merit increases in 4 years due to market difficulties. Other than that, the company has been relatively good to work for. Pay, is fair, not considering no merit increase. The managers I have worked for have been supportive and will let you work flexibly when appropriate.
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Excellent Place to work.. Didn't want to leave
Contractor (Former Employee) –  Houston, TX11 June 2018
TechnipFmc is a wonderful place to work. Even through a merger, there was a lot of professional development. The job culture allows individuals to manage their own work but remain productive! I thoroughly enjoyed the time spent working with this company! Unfortunately, the assignment is up!
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Great place to work but be careful with the politics
Global Fabrication Manager (Former Employee) –  Global6 June 2018
Politics come into play heavily at upper management levels. My personal feeling was that this was a result of many (very) senior manager positions in quality, HSE, fabrication, procurement etc are not based on real experience...just be friendly, don't rock the boat and be in the right place at the right time (when they create the new job, or rename) and like magic you can be a 'Global Quality Manager' or 'VP of Quality' or 'Global Product Line Procurement Manager'. If you're in the 'right click' you'll have fun and be able to move up...upset one insecure upper manager one time and you'll just get used up until not needed/next round of personnel reductions.
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What a mess with invisible CEO and people leaving left and right
Director of Operations (Former Employee) –  Houston, TX5 June 2018
Good experience pre-merger. Now culture clash with avid internal fights for management position... power grabbing environment. Still a lot of integration work to be worked out. Plus was was said in title of review...
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Great company but poor leadership in certain areas
Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Odessa, TX5 June 2018
Well known company with great benefits and training but continues to have poor leadership. The company is willing to invest in safety and continues to work on product improvement.
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Productive, Fun engaged workplace
Junior Designer (Current Employee) –  Chennai, Tamil Nadu2 June 2018
A nice place to work with supportive persons always ready to help. A cohesive environment engaging team work. Working hours may extend for some projects.
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Rewarding work.
SENIOR PRODUCTION ENGINEER (Current Employee) –  Houston, TX2 June 2018
Currently in a market downturn, with compression due to a merger.
Strong emphasis on community service and social interaction.
Moving more work to other global regions.
Pros
Social interaction
Cons
Series of layoffs
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Company does not value employees
Engineer (Current Employee) –  Houston, TX1 June 2018
The company culture has declined since the merger. No longer are the employees valued but instead they are asked to do more, work longer, and accept the same pay.
Many good employees have left or been forced out by management. Overall this company is not as technically capable as it was before the merger.
In addition new policies and organization strategies have created confusion and unnecessary steps.
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Great work environment
Senior Planning Engineer (Current Employee) –  Dubai29 May 2018
The best thing about TPFMC is the great work environment where everyone feels welcome and appreciated. With experienced personnel from around the world, TPFMC is a great place to learn, advance and make friends in a work place
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Great place to work, tough times during merger and reorganization
Global Well Completion Sys. Ops/Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Houston, TX23 May 2018
The original culture of FMC Technologies was phenomenal, learning, problem solving, safety, work life balance were all very important and promoted on a daily basis. The compensation was good with adequate benefits. Since the merger the culture changing to be more lean and is in the process of changing.
Pros
Safety, learning, benefits
Cons
medical benefits changed, changing of organizational culture
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Good place to start a career
Principal Engineer (Former Employee) –  Houston, TX 7707922 May 2018
This was a good place to work, but after the merger anyone over a certain level of pay was cut. Many junior people taking the title of "XYZ Expert" with 10 years or less experience. Transferring between departments (onshore to offshore and vice versa) is completely unheard of in reality.
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Fun Work Place
Supplier Quality Engineer (Former Employee) –  Houston, TX18 May 2018
Good place to work, I really enjoyed me tenure in TechnipFMC, things changer after the merger with Technip, but in general good experience working for that company
Pros
Good Environment, Pay OK, Benefits OK.
Cons
Too many changes.
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Fast pace and challenging
Systems Project Manager (Current Employee) –  Singapore17 May 2018
Safety and Quality focused. Promotes collaborative culture. Lots of opportunities to take on challenges. Innovative technology company, market leader in providing Integrated Subsea System solutions.
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Favoritism
Lead Assembly Technician III (Current Employee) –  Houston, TX17 May 2018
They are not fair to their employees. They are all about taking care of the people they know or who they are friends with. There is no opportunity for advancement because they only promote the people who they are friends with.
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Oil service company
Project Operations Engineer (Current Employee) –  Aberdeen, Aberdeen City13 May 2018
A oil service company, with a vision of doing better then they are can do. The hardest part of the job is that nothing changes for the better, Management only care for Management.
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Global Opportunities from R&D to Downstream
From Design Engineer to Manager of Engineering (Former Employee) –  Houston, TX and Fullerton, CA9 May 2018
Overall, my 11 years at TechnipFMC was a pretty stellar experience. The company has huge global presence, which can present myriad possibilities for both career growth and geographic exploration, a very strong emphasis on technology & innovation and overall a strong culture and core values.

As with many oil & gas services companies, there is a resistance / seeming inability to adopt a progressive attitude and expand into other industries in energy like renewables or focus much of their massive resources on sustainability.
Pros
Global presence, Opportunity for Travel and Advancement
Cons
Lack of Diversification into Progressive Energy
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Not what it once was
Lead Assembly Technician IV (Current Employee) –  Houston, TX9 May 2018
FMC Technologies was a great company to work for until the merger with Technip. Anyone with experience was let go, extreme micromanaging of employees is over the top, and unfortunately it is who you know not what you know in order to advance.
Pros
Stepping stone company
Cons
Pay, career advancement, micromanaging
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New Company, New Standards
Enterprise Request Fulfillment (Former Employee) –  Houston, TX9 May 2018
I was a legacy FMC Technologies employee upon the merger with Technip. The culture of what was FMC Technologies was absorbed and refocused once the new company had been established. I was happy with my new position there.
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