Best Places to Work:2014 (#24)
I worked at Cameron full-time (More than 3 years)
Fair pay with OK benefits and working conditions in the office. It could do a lot better if it had proper job training and follow through with some of the goals set.
Lack of commitment for a cohesive progress from division senior management.Seems that everyone is only interested in their own bottom line and way of doing things and not accepting progress for the entire company. The entire company comes across as disjointed. Improvements are slow to be accepted. Now that schlumberger bought out Cameron, perhaps this independent operation attitude could change.
Advice to Management
Think for the good of the entire organization. Drive home improvements and enforce them. Any old school attitude don't fit in today's workplace.
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Meet Nick Tran, Manager Veteran Programs, US Army Veteran: “I am overwhelmingly honored to have the opportunity to lead Cameron’s initiative to attract, hire and retain military veterans for careers within the oil & gas industry.” http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vI1kb
As the U.S. celebrates Veterans Week, we take the opportunity to feature our veterans. Laura Gardner, Product Line Manager, Cameron Drilling: “The leadership skills that I learned throughout my time in the military have helped me grow as a leader at Cameron. The US Army and Cameron’s core values are closely aligned, so I have the ability to operate independently and in a cohesive team on every Mission Critical task or project. Taking initiative and establishing a cohesive team to successfully execute are critical in delivery to our customers every day.” To learn more visit: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vI18q