Superior Energy Included as 2013 Top Workplace

Posted by Michelle Howard
Monday, November 11, 2013

Superior Energy Services has been named one of Houston’s 2013 Top Workplaces by the Houston Chronicle for the second year in a row, announced David Dunlap, Superior Energy Services’ President and CEO.

The list honors 150 workplaces in the Houston area ranging from small companies with less than 150 employees to large companies employing more than 500 people. This is the second year for Superior Energy Services to receive recognition within in the “Top Large Companies” category.

The results are based on an employee survey conducted by Workplace Dynamics LLC. Qualifying companies are measured by employee responses regarding company leadership, advancement opportunities, compensation and employee benefits.

Superior’s employee benefits package – which includes maternity and paternity leave; medical, dental and vision healthcare options; flexible hours; employee orientations; employee recognition programs; and safety initiatives set Superior apart as a workplace that recognizes the importance of creating a welcoming, responsive and safe employment environment.

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