"I have worked for Baker Hughes since 2008. It was a well organized well company with more than 70,000 employees worldwide. The company has a great training and employee development program for employee career advancing. Baker Hughes applies a progressive product development process to make sure delivering high quality product on time and on budget."
"Excellent company ."
"I’ve worked for Baker Hughes a GE company for the past 2 years the company is great and will recommend anyone to work for them I would even like to get hire bk on myself"
"I worked for Baker Hughes for 39+ years before being laid off. I helped train numerous field hands to run jobs on their own. I provided my services to them 24 hours a day to help them with problems that they were having on the well site. I would help our engineers build procedures that were specific to our customers needs. I would help trouble shoot jobs. I would have pre- job meetings and post job meetings with Field Hands. I would over see their training and help them train on new assignments."
"Great company to work for."
"I worked for Bakerhughes for 12 years. I found it is very rewarding in my job. The company provided opportunities for employee to grow technically."
"I have worked for this company for 30 Years, I was laid off on April 4, 2010"
"An excellent professional company to work for. Truly outstanding in the oil tool industry."
"I worked for Baker Hughes for about 20 years. My experience was very positive. Baker Hughes believed that the company was its people. They had strong managers and speaking for my managers; they all recognized my progressing skill level and promoted me steadily throughout my tenure."
"I worked at Baker Hughes for 6 years and enjoyed my job. I built great relationships with fellow employees as well as customers."
"Great company but oil and gas is highly volatile"
"Good company with lots of opportunities. Demanding hours but great results."
"Baker Hughes is a global company in oil and gas field. Unfortunately, it falls victim to supply and demand. When the market is good, their company profits. When the market crashes, the company has to lay off people. Because the company is so big, it has problems like any other company. The company has policies that each of the facilities has to abide by. Also, in the U.S. they have to abide by FMCSA & PHMSA regulations that become a challenge. The company tries to abide."
"Excellent place to work, team performance is what drives the organization"
"Typical oil/gas service company"
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