I worked at Nabors Industries full-time (More than 10 years)
Decent benefits, somewhat competitive salaries. Company is trying to increase its branding, recently put new corporate values into place. The corporate headquarters is improving the facilities by adding a food court, fitness center, etc.
Sr Mgmt made lots of bad decisions without thinking things through regarding the downturn. Communications from upper mgmt is poor. Lots of employees are in the dark and scared about losing their jobs because management doesn't inform them of anything.
Advice to Management
Think things through before making hasty decisions. You try to project the image that you care about your workforce but a lot of great employees who gave a good portion of their career to the company are losing their jobs. That doesn't look like you care at all...only care about your annual bonus.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Nabors Industries (Houston, TX).
Very to the point, informative and friendly. My hiring manager was very friendly and made me feel welcomed to the work environment; I knew right away that I was going to get the job.