The company is run by the bunch of low skilled characters. The promotions are only given to close friends and relatives of managers. No matter how hard you work or how much sweat you put in, no reward or recognition given.
long hours, after office login from home everyday and even on weekends, no rewards, no recognition for hard work.
IT Specialist (Current Employee) – Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra – September 24, 2017
Being part of IT Operations, Client Services my job allows me to be in touch of almost everyone using computers & networks, but I never faced any negative situation. Everyone here are very understanding and supportive and committed to their work.
There is not much to learn as I am working at front line client services in India and all major back end infrastructure is based out of India.
Management is good but could be more agile towards employees.
Everyone here takes the tasks assigned seriously & turns to complete it on time safely.
My job is a 24/7 round the clock support to end users including vendor employees too who are using our computers.
Still work life balance is admirable.
Emphasis on Health, Safety & Environment
Job seems insecure due to steep fall in Oli prices and no signs of recovery soon
My career with Baker Hughes started in 2007. I learnt a lot from my seniors who were very supportive and always encouraged training and additional responsibilities that shaped my confidence. Team work, encouragement, compliance, health and safety are some of the core values I learnt from Baker Hughes.
Field Engineer, Logging (Former Employee) – India, Argentina, UAE – February 2, 2017
I started to work in BakerHughes post my MS in Petroleum Engineering. Got sent to the academy for 3 months and started to work in India. Had the opportunity to work in the hardest to places and got hands-on experience at jobs, performing and completing real-time jobs and getting to work close to various client bases was 1 of the best moments. Had a chance to work abroad in different environment (Argentina). These were the best times at the company. The promotion and aprasials within the company vary from place to place, with different managers changing in a short period. Alot depends on the managers plan for you and if things don't work well with the manager then most of the things do not work well with you in the company, though there are other managers also that deals with the career in the company it is not eazy to work around with them since they never get to see you in person and most of the communiations are by mails and it gets really annoying to get past the follow-up mails that mostly end in no results at all. Working on the field was the best and hardest part of the job, and compensations vary alot from place to place, set that aside Baker Hughes is definitely the best platform to start a career for oncself.
Trainee engineer (Current Employee) – India – December 29, 2016
my first day in field is the hardest day in my work which i never know its the oil field culture field work. later on with the help of co workers i learned many new things technically and operatioanly.
Field Engineer General (Current Employee) – Barmer, Durgapur, Mumbai, Gurgaon – November 30, 2016
Nice place to work. Lacks in work life balance but salary compensates it. Good for learning at initial stages. Great international exposure. A lot of trainings are conducted to help you learn and grown unlike its competitors in India, including major ones. Great culture.
The culture of this company is great and everyone i worked with was amazing
FES Engineer (Former Employee) – Maharashtra – November 28, 2016
One of best organisations i worked with, Learned to increase self confidence in my interpersonal growth and future strategic career move. Management is at its best. Enjoyed working with this organisatio.