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Good company to work, long shifts pattern. Really good company to work, nice people. Due to Covid 19 and the oil price everything went down
Fairly standard oil industry benefits (private medical, pension contributions, 25 days annual leave). Parental leave provision could be a lot better. Limited training opportunities.
Pension and share scheme nowhere near as generous as competitors
Holiday pay, good pension, health care included with employment, medical care for you and your family. Goood overtime pay ment when required. Holiday allowance is better than average contracts also
Private healthcare aside, there are no benefits. There is an employee share scheme which is possibly the word I've come across - shares must be held for 5 years before they are removable from trust with bonus shares and free from capital gains tax.
Halliburton provide the ability to buy shares at a discounted rate
The wide range of benefits available is very good - private healthcare, travel fees paid in full, pension plan, share options etc
Private health care, matching pension contributions, share purchase scheme
Nothing wrong with the benefits package on offer, one of the best I have had in full time employment.
No real benefit package in place. There's a car allowance but there's no company car scheme to spend the allowance on. Pension could be better, and there should be a better policy for time off in lieu. No flexible working or working from home is allowed, regardless of local law and practice. All air travel in economy/coach unless you are a VP. Or if you are the CEO with a private jet...
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