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  • "Great company, great people, huge potential for professional development(in 11 reviews)

  • "Great benefits, generous vacation not a lot of red tape(in 10 reviews)

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  • "Ups and downs inherent to the oil and gas market(in 4 reviews)

  • "Trying to transition from contract to full-time can be a bit of a stretch, particularly when the oil market is down(in 4 reviews)

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  1. "Tyler Division Closed - December 09, 2016"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tyler, TX
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    I worked at EOG full-time for more than 6 years

    Pros

    I LOVED my job at EOG Resources, Inc. and I was good at my job and I was compensated very well for the work that I performed and I would still be working there at the Tyler Division had it not closed. I worked 6.5 years and I was vested in the company. EOG Resources, Inc. had awesome benefits, health insurance, vacation policy, sick leave, SARS, etc. All things considered, EOG Resources, Inc. was simply the best...

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    Cons

    Closure of the Tyler Division was a bitter pill to swallow and was totally not expected on my part. I knew the industry had not been doing well but never in my wildest dreams did I think the office would ever close. I mean, we had employees that had been working there for over 20 years. Other O&G companies had weathered the storm and I thought EOG would follow suit. Apparently I was wrong! Note to Management...Other...

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    Advice to Management

    There were a lot of cost saving measures that could have been implemented, enforced and weren't. A year in advance, Management should have called an all employee mandatory meeting and had a “Come to Jesus Meeting” with all staff and explained the situation and addressed their concerns and asked for cost saving ideas so the staff feel included with the decisions that are being made regarding their well fare. First,...

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    EOG2018-09-27
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