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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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LR has been around for over 250 years so they are well established as a strong employer, globally and locally. The work-life balance is respected by all managers and the benefits are very good (vacation and sick days, 3% company vested and 3% company match, health benefits either paid in full or paid 90% by the business), and there are many opportunities offered within the company. If you work hard and make an effort to learn about the company and its many functions, you will be rewarded and move further in your career. The Houston office is located in the Energy Corridor which makes a good commute for most employees, plus the building is very well kept and offers an onsite gym, cafeteria, and covered garage parking.
The salaries are lower than some competitors offer, but the total compensation package is much better than those companies.
Advice to Management
Discuss career advancement and opportunities more regularly with your employees, not only during annual review meetings. Also, provide regular feedback to employees (both positive and constructive) throughout the year.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Lloyd's Register (Houston, TX).
Hiring process was three-phase. Phase one: phone interview with man who would be my boss, during which he explained my job would not involve much engineering (my degree). Phase two: SItting with aforementioned unkempt individual as he explained my job would be checking off objects of a list. Phase three: sitting with HR lady and working through details of my employment.
- There were no difficult questions 1 Answer
Minimal. They offered a decent salary
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A lot of people think Lloyd's Register is involved in insurance. Or that LR is connected to Lloyd’s of London. The truth is actually quite different. Our work for the most part is highly technical. We’re more likely to hire an expert in structural engineering or stress analysis than someone with an insurance background. That’s because we’re involved in the certification, inspection and validation of major physical assets – from ships and oil rigs to industrial plants and railway rolling stock. By independently assuring these assets, we give our clients the ...