- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Knowledge on line, vast resources of knowledge, many opportunities to work in various places in the world, opportunities for diversity. All in all a great place to work.
Mired in bureaucratic procedures that stifle productivity and creativity that mire project staffs in doldrums. Management sometimes is out of touch with challenges of the working staff.
Advice to Management
Avoid placing new hires in positions that require extensive knowledge of Fluor Practices. Take a few weeks to train them offline, then inject them into a practicing organization. Train the employees for their specific client and project tasks - don't expect them to apply general (notwithstanding proven) procedures to each situation. Help clients help themselves.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Fluor.
Four interview with four different managers in four different business lines. Each one very perfessional. After a line of questions and description of what the business lines were all about the interviewee is able to ask questions and see if they might be a good fit for the job.
- what I had done on my previous job 1 Answer
From the ground up, Fluor Corporation is one of the world's largest international design, engineering, and contracting firms. The company provides engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance, and project management services for a variety of industrial sectors around the world. Its myriad portfolio includes manufacturing plants, refineries, pharmaceutical facilities, health care buildings, power plants, and telecommunications and transportation infrastructure. Oil and gas, industrial, and infrastructure projects account for more than half of Fluor's sales. The group...