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- "Great benefits if you can come on as an employee and not contract" (in 34 reviews)
- "pay is good in houston" (in 27 reviews)
- "Some people are great but that’s few and far between..." (in 21 reviews)
- "Ability to interact with some of the best minds in the industry, great culture fro self starters." (in 9 reviews)
- "Good work life balance" (in 7 reviews)
- "Poor management" (in 17 reviews)
- "existent so some managers are awful to work for), strange S&E hierarchy, 'perception is reality' mentality, and often HR is absolutely useless for conflict resolution." (in 6 reviews)
- "No room for advancement really." (in 5 reviews)
- "Nepotism is very bad at this company." (in 4 reviews)
- "Management and Change Lacks Diversity Not Tech Savy" (in 4 reviews)
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- 4.0Apr 15, 2021Construction TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsMidland, TX
Good people to work with. Training is provided no matter the experience level, cross training into different branches of EOG is made possible. Time off is given as needed.
Little to no room for advancement. No pay increase for knowledge learned from cross training, will begin tenure as a contract employee for duration of 2+ years before considered for company position.
- 3.0Apr 10, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
Benefits, PTO, good bonuses, usually competitive salaries, decentralized and agile environment, company is still very financially sound
The culture is changing, and not for the better. Slowly becoming more 'corporate', bureaucratic and political. Absolutely no telecommuting, little to no schedule flexibility depending on the GM of the division you work for, can be highly political depending on the department you work in, can be a highly political performance review process, basically no management training for supervisors (people are promoted based on their technical performance/age instead of their ability to actually manage people AND their technical ability, and management training is near non-existent so some managers are awful to work for), strange S&E hierarchy, 'perception is reality' mentality, and often HR is absolutely useless for conflict resolution. I'm seeing more micromanagement creep into each division's culture, and lastly, I don't see a whole lot of women promoted to management positions, nor are most divisions friendly to working moms. If you are working mom, beware.2
- 3.0Jul 25, 2021Lead Land TechCurrent EmployeeFort Worth, TX
Solid profitable company and benefits.
Little to no career planning and development. Niche roles are hard to gain broad experience. Advancement often requires relocation.