Halliburton Employee Reviews
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Provided good balance work & life balance and also great place to work. Comfy work environment and casual attire The opportunities and challenges are very unique. That's what make it peculiar. One learn new things every day and challenge himself/herself everyday.
I spent 8 years at Halliburton and found it to be a company which rewards hard working individuals. They have competency assessment systems which reward and promote individuals who prove themselves able to meet and or exceed their set goals which are reviewed annually. Halliburton is generally a good place to work.
The culture at Halliburton is dull, the office is far and the people are not very bright. Finding a good mentor will be difficult, work is rather repetitive, and no one has a sense of humor. The rigs are the most fun part of the job, but generally, it's not the most exciting place to be.
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Great Company, poorly managed managers decide the resources available, and these resources are essential for the job, however, if the manager does not see it. then your task becomes impossible. commonly the manager chooses to reduce cost but reducing heads and available resources to the extreme minimum to a degree where it affected the work negatively and our ability to work.
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.
Fun productive environment with great work life balance Innovation and collaboration is always encouraged encourages employees to do the right thing.
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Past 9 years I worked in this company.first in bulk plant how to cut the chemical and cement bags and then later how to operates the valves then how to blend chemical with the help of my coworkers I learned.after year in pumptruck (CMT) for 8years.
My daily tasks consisted of the Maintenance and operation of 4,000 to 50,000 pound forklifts in an overseas environment. The hardest part of the job was being in an overseas environment and not being able to see my family until every 4 months.
Everything in Halliburton starts of with safety and then to morning tool box talk to operation planning. A well organised and competent team working efficiently to meet client requirements with priorities as on time delivery and service quality. Well behaved and broad minded co-workers who are always willing to share their experiences and knowledge. Always covering your back when it comes to safety by being vigilant on the hazards that exists in the work place the only toughest part in work is setting priorities for the next upcoming job which has always been difficult since the management always prefers to give the best drilling solution. Everyday something new is learnt in this kind of job and its always the exciting part.
wonderfull career platform
career growth could be quicker
Covering several QHSE managing and supervising posts, I have 10 years extensive experience in the implementation of integrated QHSE Management Systems, setting up QHSE departments and structures for New Ventures and practically managing QHSE related challenges during technical projects or supervision in the field, within the Oil & Gas and Petrochemical industries. I also have extensive knowledge in Emergency/Disaster Preparedness and Response and NORM Management.