Pensions are the Superannuation Plans to meet Government requirements, sick leave in Line with market and Goverment requirements, Annual Leave normal, Project orientated Company, reductions of staff follow projects needs
There are no benefits. You have to be a fulltime employee in order to have benefits.
All good with worleyparsons. Great experience.
Good base package but not many benefits. The base salary is above avarage and potential to grow fast.
Pretty reasonable and flexible packages. Bonus was limited to upper level management.
Gym Membership for 5$, good diversity program, good women's program
Based on your chargeability to clients
The company had a very good employee assistance program and we did occasionally get treated to lunch on the company but this became less and less often as we came closer to being outsourced.
WorleyParsons works on a billable hours system. When you "run out of hours" even though you a salaried employee, they ask you if you would like to take leave without pay. It is completely illegal to force someone to do this, however they agree to it, they can get away of it. It is in their interest to create a culture of scarcity so that employees would rather keep their mouths shut about business practices than lose their jobs
The packages offered are market-competitive but they appear to be almost entirely financially based.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.