Mission: Saipem America’s mission is to maintain, continue to develop, and lead in the application of high technology solutions in the engineering, installation, and construction market, through the application of high quality and cost effective engineering, project management, remote ...
Decent Salary, job growth opportunity, life/work balance, and very relax atmosphere To be honest, I'm tired of hearing all these negative Nancy's bashing Saipem and then, we hear you are trying to apply back or you're miserable at your new job! Or those that complain when they don't do their own job right yet they want to be praised and rewarded for being lazy/cocky/or have the feed me with a silver spoon mentality. I have worked here over 3 years and I love it, could it be better? Yes it can, but have I left or plan on leaving? No, because I've grown a lot here and believe I can continue to grow. When I feel capped out, I will leave, but not bitter or negative like most, b/c at one point, they took care of me in at least one way. No one here is trapped into slavery, you can leave if you're so miserable. Also, I believe that your department and the relationship you have with your manager is a HUGE factor. I have noticed that the people that don't get along with their manager is because they are just as hard headed as they are and act like 5 year olds that take everything personal and everything/everyone is out to get them. Those who have a good experience here are those who compromise, follow procedures, and learn to let things go and not take stuff so personal.
The "Italian" Way or no way
Advice to Management
Leave the Italian mentality where it belongs, in Italy. We are in America and have different culture and different way of working, so you must meet us at least half way, not "your way or the highway".
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Saipem America.
Interview process was (unnecessarily) very long. You have to check in with the receptionist that looks like she doesn't want to even be there. Definitely not a friendly, company face. The interview itself took forever and seemed to be very unorganized. Maybe a better recruiting/interview system will allow them to have candidates in and out in no time flat. It took me about 3 hours start to finish to talk to 3 people (they mainly did the talking). And then never heard from them ever again (even after emailing them regarding the status).
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