Baker Hughes Incorporated
Happiness score is 61 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Lorenzo Simonelli
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
  • Link
    Baker Hughes Incorporated website
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ARMO Technician II in Aberdeen
on 16 May 2022
Few spacecadet managers. Was good when I first started but the oil downturn led to a mergerof work sites for two different product lines which was a disaster.
Mechanical Technician in Aberdeen
on 8 April 2022
Busy yet relaxed - A bit too relaxed
Overall a good place to work. Everyone does their best to help one another but a lot of areas require improvement. Even when ideas/solutions to issues are put forward, don't hold your breath on any change to come swiftly.
LWD field engineer in Aberdeen, Aberdeen City
on 17 March 2022
Offshore wages haven't gone up in years.
Worked here on and off in total for 15 years. They are quick to make redundancies in oilfield down turns. The offshore wages haven't gone up since 2008. Since then then they have had the excuse of global financial downturn 2008-2010 oil field down turn 2014-16 and COVID. The offshore rates were actually cut in 2017 but never put back up to same level as previously even though inflation is running nearly double digit. This is a place to work if your an old oilfield hand and have no other choice as your far on in your career. Not recommended for younger people who would find better prospects outside the oil industry. Pension is pants too.
RCI Maintenance Technician in Aberdeen, Aberdeen City
on 15 March 2022
Best company I've worked for.
Worked a Lab Technician on downhole logging tools. Progressed to a Field Technician/Engineer working globally. Great bunch of guys to work with, if it wasn't for my ambitious career aspirations I would've still been there. But hey ho, that's life.
Project Associate in Cramlington
on 3 February 2022
Good place to start, but you need to grow away
It' s a good place to work for at the beginning, the managers are very serious and is very good if you want to move into project management but if like me you are as developer you might have some problem.

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