Pipefitter Apprentice (Former Employee) – Fort McKay, AB – 30 January 2018
Worley Parsons gets lots of work because they cut costs whenever they can and push their employees to get more done in less time. It's not a fun place to work, and management is always bird dogging. The tools and materials required to do the job at the speed and quality that they want are not available which makes for a frustrating work experience. The one positive thing is that they pay quite well.
Construction Coordinator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 January 2018
I had no construction or engineering experience prior. However, I went home on a daily basis feeling accomplished and succeeding my own expectations. Daily was high volumes, fast paced environment with long hours. My manager was my role model, she was very fair with all staff, guided us in being successful in daily duties, helped built confidence within ones self. The hardest part of my job was being laid off.
benefits, 2 week christmas vacation, zero hazordous policy
Productive, Multi Cultural, proper technical STDs, Good Management, Competitive Salary and profits
Piping Stress Engineer (Current Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 14 December 2017
- High Technical STDs - Opportunity Working with different clients (Suncor, Shell, Nova) - Friendly Environment - Good Management - Productive - Lack of Training (Only on job training) - Lack of Pension Plan - Low Participation of RRSP - Multi cultural -
Sr. Piping Designer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 30 November 2017
WorleyParsons working environment is a pleasant and enjoyable place to learn and explore new possibilities. The people are happy and easy to get along with. A Company where people of diverse culture continue to thrive and flourish every passing years.
When people enjoy their work they accomplish a better job
QAQC (Former Employee) – Blackfalds, AB – 26 November 2017
Worley Parsons is an international Company. i worked there for 3 years. I learned so many things. I did my best while i was working there and my manager was really satisfied with me. Unfortunately slow days came and lay off was inevitable.
Principle Instrument & Control Engineer (Former Employee) – Billings, MT – 25 November 2017
Most of its business comes from hydrocarbon. Hence you will be on a roller coster ride no matter how good you are. austerity measures have axed most of distinct benefits. Keep looking while you are on the job.