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Woodside Energy

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Culture at Woodside Energy

8.8 rating for Culture, based on 5 reviews
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Leader-follower culture, but where followers have a say and generally shouldn't be afraid of what they say being used against them. Teamwork isn't a problem, at least not in my area/experience, but obviously it can be annoying having to chase down people in other teams. There are a number of events now and then for e.g. the graduate community to socialise and get to know/meet one another. Some teams do regular (e.g. monthly) breakfast/dinners/after work drinks.
Graduate, Perth
Supportive peers and overall an inclusive culture within the workplace. Very supportive community groups that are far reaching within the company (gender, reconciliation and LGBTI+) There are lots of people who are happy to support each other both in a formal and informal capacity. Social culture is good, but depends on the function.
Graduate, Perth
Very supportive culture, most people in the office will make time to help & explain things - there are no such thing as dumb questions. Teamwork is paramount in Subsea and the function excels at working together to achieve outcomes sometimes within small time frames. Graduates are valued within the organisation.
Graduate, Perth
Being based in Karratha (a smaller community in north WA), there is a lot of interaction between colleagues/friends outside of work. These relationships transfer back to the workplace making the site team more effective, and work more effective. The leadership team is very supportive in the development of their teams, and collaboration between site and Perth based individuals.
Graduate, Karratha
Excellent safety culture. Very committed to innovation and change. Very willing to let people try their own solutions. Very, very friendly.
Graduate, Perth