Halliburton
Happiness score is 41 out of 100
3.9 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jeff Miller
    78%
    approve of Jeff Miller's performance
  • Founded
    1919
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Headquarters
    3000 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. East Houston TX, United States 77032
  • Link
    Halliburton website
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Reviews

Administrator in United Kingdom
on 16 February 2022
Fast paced and can be stressful when short deadlines are given, but very satisfying. Good development opportunities available.
A good company to work for, with decent salary and good development opportunities.As experienced in other O&G companies I have worked for, there is a failing in the work/life balance which is perpetuated by management at various levels, whilst lip service is paid to the mental wellbeing of employees. Setting a precedence with your managers and peers on your own expectations (rather than following the habits of some of the long service employees, who maybe felt forced in to that way of working over the years) does help the situation. Changes in culture are evident, but it depends if you have a supportive manager or not.
Senior Wireline Engineer in UK
on 14 March 2022
Toxic workplace
Management are not interested in doing best for the company as a whole, only self serving for advancement. Zero communication, huge amounts of favouritisim/nepotism, could go on forever....
Wireline Operator in Aberdeen, Aberdeen City
on 21 January 2022
Bad pay and little time off but good guys in your team.
Pay is low compared to other service companies. Little time off and when you are off you are often expected to come into the yard. The team are good guys though.
Surface Logging Engineer in UK
on 3 January 2022
Not a good company to work for
All is bad. They don't really care about employees. It's all abut just make more profit. The work is underpaid and they cut the salary (in 2021) instead of increasing it.
Logging Geologist/Field Engineer in Aberdeen
on 9 October 2021
Lack of caring for staff and lack of job progression salary structure
I was really proud when I started at Halliburton, I thought it could be the start of a life long career with the company. I went above and beyond the role and expectations - going on to do cross training out-with my role and learning everyday on the job across disciplines. However, after years of hard work at the company I am left worse off than when I started. My reward for working here was having my day-rate cut 20%, my potential for promotion removed (removing the senior role of my position from their structure), being given less time at home, having holiday requests blatantly ignored by managers, having my achievements/good comments from clients twisted by upper management so I got no distinct recognition/ so that recognition was diverted to my mangers who had no play in the fact. It is a toxic and horrible culture created by their management so it benefits them but disciplines field personnel. It is completely unsustainable to work there. If you are a new graduate looking to start a new career, do not even look at this company. It will disappoint and treat you badly.

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