On average, employees at Weatherford International give their company a 3.6 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Weatherford International employees are Field Engineers submitting an average rating of 3.8.
"Haven't been here long enough to make a true review."
"Great technology in several product lines, good people in the trenches, uneven management skills and ability. Company carries a crushing debt load due to top management overemphasis on growth and not managing the business. Internal technology and operational processes are a mix of cutting edge and antique. While you can contribute across division lines, employee development and coaching is a spotty haphazard activity dependent more on a manager's belief than any company approach. Too many initiatives of the moment."
"This place is wack. Underpaid. What a joke."
"Terrible part of the organization to be in. Management is inept."
"Weatherford is a great company to work for. The only one issue I had was the new survey program I used as a DD was frustrating and glitchy."
"MWD Field Engineer. Armed with equipment, programming tool, making survey, down from memory, daily reports, final report."
"This is a beneficial site and opportunity, if you have drive and you're ready to work, give it a shot, you won't be disappointed."
"Weatherford is a good company that gives plenty of work experience."
"Good company to work for, the engineering group has lot of opportunities and do good fundamental engineering."
"I found Weatherford to be striving to increase its technology offering, and they are expanding every year to be the go-to turnkey provider for upstream oil/natural gas services."
"The company itself has pretty high standards, but the environment its polluted and the equipment is old and abused there has been a lack of professionalism and pride on some of the personnel operating this high end equipment and also the lack of replacing tools and compensations to the employees creates a mediocre environment on the shop."
"Corp management was VERY poor. No goals or direction, just a state of confusion and not a working knowledge of the business at the plant level. The director of the chemical manufacturing side of the business was a very poor director and obviously had no prior director experience. Safety policies were not documented at the lower/direct level and vague at best at the higher levels. Too much information based on hearsay and opinions. Terrible corp leadership and support."
"Weatherford is good to work. Growth is dependent on your projects. Growth is dependent on experience. There is no focus on personal growth."
"I continue to grow within the company. Weatherford is going through a large reduction of their workforce. I'm currently supporting asset and inventory control teams that posted a record of 35 million dollars in assets recovery and redistribution."
Update your browser to have a more positive job search experience.Upgrade My Browser