Fluor is Committed to Inclusive Recruitment and Employee Development.

Fluor's ability to design and build the world's toughest projects relies on a high-performing workforce filled with diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise. We are committed to inclusive recruitment and have long recognized the critical importance of developing our people.

Inclusive Recruitment

Fluor is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to strengthening our talent pipeline by focusing on inclusion across our recruitment practices. Job openings are posted both internally and externally to reach a broad, diverse pool of candidates from all backgrounds.

To improve our inclusive recruitment efforts, Fluor implemented a Balanced Slate candidate selection practice in the United States in 2021, which ensures our candidate pool includes a range of qualified and diverse candidates for positions across our offices and business lines. Additionally, we have developed partnerships with organizations, such as the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Society of Women Engineers and National Society of Black Engineers, to further improve the quality and diversity of the candidates our recruitment practices reach.

We also participate in the Work Opportunity Tax Credit program by hiring qualified personnel within low-income or at-risk target demographics.

Fluor has proudly remained a military-friendly employer. We participate in the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program to champion our employees' current military commitments. We are honored to have more than 900 former or currently serving members of the U.S. military among Fluor's workforce.

Development Opportunities

A clear sense of personal development and progression is one of the top reasons employees are engaged and feel connected. To enable career transparency at Fluor, in 2021, we introduced our new Talent Development homepage, a self-directed tool that empowers employees through a Career Planning Guide, Development Roadmap and Training.

We train and develop employee skills through Fluor University, our online training portal. In 2021, employees earned more than 109,000 credit hours, including an average of 6.8 hours of online training and 4.9 hours of instructor-led training per salaried employee.

Lifelong learning is an essential component of Fluor's high performing culture. In 2021, we celebrated 21 years of knowledge management at Fluor. Instant access to our vast network of experts around the world helps employees make well-informed decisions. We have nearly 1,400 subject matter experts covering more than 1,300 different knowledge domains.

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Fluor Voices
In eight years, I have served as human resources forum chair, emceed a town hall, served as president of a Fluor Cares committee, and now I have the privilege of serving as chair for Fluor's newly formed employee resource group, Black Employee Alliance (BEA).

I would have to say serving the community as part of Fluor Cares and as a member of BEA has been the most fulfilling aspect of my time here at Fluor. I have been able to plant trees, participate in food and book drives and assist with creating a room for children with autism. I also have been able to work with and learn from all the members of BEA as we work toward accomplishing diversity, equity and inclusion within Fluor.

I can only imagine what the future will have in store for me. You can bet I am looking forward to seeing where it takes me.
Reginald Smith
Fluor University® Global Video Distance Learning
Houston, Texas

Global Approach to Training Local Workers

To deliver the most complex and challenging projects in the world, we must attract and continually develop the most talented workers in the world. Fluor continues to enhance and deliver technical training programs to ensure that we have the right people with the right skill sets for each job.

As a part of our purpose to build a better world, we upgrade the skills and capabilities of local craft workforces everywhere we go. This global approach to training local workers reduces project costs and schedule risks for our clients and ultimately improves local communities.

For our entire craft workforce, even in the farthest reaches of the developing world, we have the capability to train in areas of entry-level skills, craft-specific, supervisory development and more.

Workforce Training Award

In 2021, Fluor received a Construction Users Roundtable Construction Industry Workforce Development Award for workforce training related to a pharmaceutical facility in North Carolina. Training addressed safety, quality, technical skills, soft skills and leadership and was critical to project execution, as nearly 14,000 workers delivered approximately 11 million onsite work hours.

Learn more about the jobs and career opportunities Fluor offers around the world.