- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Apache (More than 10 years)
Are you degreed?
Do you want to work for a CIO that “hates technology”?
Are you attractive?
Do you know how to mingle?
Do you want to work for management that doesn’t support you?
Are you superficial?
Do you lack actual IT skills, but wear stylish socks?
Do you want to work for a CIO that has never led an IT department, but is a college buddy of the CEO?
Do you want to work at a company that hasn’t given us a raise in two years?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, then Apache’s IT department is for you.
Can't think of any because Apache is a great company and there are so many people that look good. I'm not sure they will make their goal of wanting people to work at Apache IT instead of Anadarko IT. Currently Anadarko is still beating them.
Advice to Management
Amazing job on building a great team!! Raymond Plank would be so proud of where you have taken the company. Best of luck!
Good company with good benefits, good employees, and everything else. Summer internship experience was awesome
I have no complaints about the company
I worked at Apache (Less than a year)
lots of good people to work with
lack of work here state side
I worked at Apache full-time (More than a year)
Exposure into different roles every 2 years, large company, participation in field inventory audits
Some "big corporate" procedures and feelings, despite being a 'minor' E&P company it has the feeling of a 'major'
Learned a lot this summer.
Working in a smaller office so I can't speak for Houston.
I worked at Apache full-time (Less than a year)
The company had great benefits and paid well, and tried to ensure that good talent would stay.
Sold assets and made every effort to go out of their way to make sure they came out ahead not the employee.
I have been working at Apache full-time (More than 3 years)
Great company to work for.
I don't have any cons. They are a great company to work for.
I worked at Apache full-time (More than 3 years)
Pay and benefits were good. There are some really great people trying to do really good work when they get the support needed from management.
There seems to be a lack of vision from the top down. It was really exciting when they were aggressive and growing. They've been stagnant and getting smaller for the last year+. They're not really looking at anything new, so future drilling prospects are getting slim.
Advice to Management
Communicate. There was a big disconnect between different levels of management and between the managers themselves. It made the work harder to have to do it two or three times because the managers couldn't get on the same page.
Great benefits, great hours, it was fun when they owned a lot and bought a lot.
A few golden boys run the show. A lot are grasping for the ring. the executives pretty much slashed each other to bits and now the CfO From BP is running it.
I worked at Apache (More than 3 years)
Pretty good benefits. Good people
Poor consideration for employees workloads
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