PIPING DESIGNER (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 September 2018
WorleyParsons has good salary's and benefits however don't expect to get a wide range of exposure. You may get stuck doing the same type of work repeatedly. Big company mentality. You are just a number
Director, Manager/Head-Process Department (Former Employee) – calgary, canada – 4 September 2018
It was all good. I was able to do what I wanted to do both Administration and technical roles as agreed. Over 9 years I had various roles such as Director, Manager/Head-Process Department; all technology sectors and HSE/Regulatory Manager-BU Process Department Manager-Process/Project development (TOTAL/Mabrook) Chief Engineer-Process engineering I worked on many projects
Senior Instrumentation Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 27 July 2018
In WP management was very supporting and appreciating that is objective oriented. The hardest part is to meet the project schedule. WP Team was like a family. The best part was to get client satisfation
Apprentice Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 23 July 2018
They easily black list you from ever regaining work just because you take a few days off for being sick when you come back to work they lay you off. Then when you reapply for work they won't rehire you. They judge you from the past other than work experience. Wages and benefits are good.
Wages and benefits
Not recognizing former employees for there work experience and ability to work
Principle Engineer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 June 2018
This company has the talent to identify good engineers and laid them off. It is full of social people instead of professional people. There's no perfect company, but this company in deed developed kind of culture in a very different way from to be professional.
Sr. Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 12 June 2018
It was the most enjoyable learning experience of my professional life. Typically everyone is mutually very helpful and work culture is excellent. Good management supportive and encouraging to engineers whether young or old. Also providing lots of learning opportunities and continuous training. In nut shell I liked Worley too much without any hiccups and did not find any hardest part in job to describe. I enjoyed all along, so no complaints except they let go people like me due to sudden downturn in the engineering sector.
Very good work culture, very supportive bosses and colleagues, good Salary and recognition, Respectful atmosphere
Nothings come to mind except shortage of some technical standard of their own
Senior Electrical Engineer (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 16 May 2018
Liaises with onsite contracting forces, attended construction meetings, Pre-Start health and Safety Reviews and reviewed construction inquiries.
Attended meetings, as necessary, and liaises with various stakeholders to coordinate resources, determine project criteria, and provide information as requested.
Leading capital and maintenance electrical projects (numerous) from conceptual sketch and scope, up to construction (and/or demolition) drawings and all pertaining calculations, material specifications, enquirers, quotes, installation issues and incorporating red lines within “as built” drawings.
Water Resources Technician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 12 May 2018
I loved my job when i worked at this company but i have realized that loyalty to this company holds no value. If the companies profits do not increase then letting go of valuable employees is done with no regard.
iM Support Technician II (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 4 May 2018
Great company, met a lot of amazing people.
Unfortunately during hard times, management was disorganized, and employees were asked to work multiple roles when staff were laid off or terminated. No pay raise for years, even when taking on extra work or a promotion. Also took away a lot of benefits. Helpful suggestions were never taken serious or even acknowledged.
Company did what was needed to survive during hard times, hopefully it has bounced back.
Relaxing environment, lots of support
Reorganization during hard times took a lot away from employees
A company with a focus on staff who socialize with the right people rather than produce anything useful.
Engineering (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 30 April 2018
A company which is focused on things other than client requirements. Internally like a lot of other companies the focus is on diversity, gender equality, equal opportunity etc. This focus erodes competiveness.