"I have worked for Fluor for 20 years and for the most part enjoyed it"
"Excellent company to work for, with intelligent employees. Balancing family and work can be tough, but with the proper time management skills, you should be fine. Pay is reasonable, and teamwork is excellent."
"I worked there from February 2018 till June 2018. It was an organization with good work culture and high standards. I believe people can actually make a difference while working with Fluor. My supervisor was really supportive and understanding, and that's what made working there so smooth."
"Horrible people...simply horrible. Since the hurricane, they are not letting ANYONE know what's going on, refusing to do layoffs or allowing employees to get their boxes. They are basically trying to starve us out. Many of us did not sign up for unemployment right away because we thought we would return to work (at the latest) right after Labor Day. NOW, they are saying it could be weeks, but expect us all to just sit and wait. I guess we will be starved out...I can't even get an unemployment check now for at least 3 weeks and I have no income at the moment. Savings were already used to pay September rent and bills and food. Other contractors are paying THEIR personnel at least 40 hours and per diem. Fluor has never stepped up to do anything for their employees....ever. Will NEVER work for these people again."
"I have worked for SRR for six months and enjoy it greatly. It is a rewarding field, and employees are well compensated. Overall I feel that anyone looking to gain employment with Savannah River Remediation would find it enjoyable and rewarding."
"Fluor is a Global Oil and Gas EPFC company."
"Job assignment completed, satisfactory completion and was released from the project. Would have continued working if another assignment had been available. There was no issues working with this employer and the compensation package along with the R"
"Average company to work for in terms of Information Technology."
"I've worked construction for decades and heard much about Fluor, all bad. After working with them and living the Fluor experience, I can say what I've heard is true, they suck if you're a worker, gravy if you're management."
"I've worked for Fluor Intercontinental for over three years in Afghanistan. The conditions are not as good as other contractors in the country. Promotions are few and far between even when an individual is fulfilling a position well above their pay grade. Upper management is not inclined to listen to disparate positions."
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