The international oil and natural gas service company has named Delicia Perdue to serve as its first Ombudsperson. She is based in the company's Houston, Texas headquarters and a new website offers details about her role. Weatherford's Dispute Resolution Program adheres to IOA standards and covers all employees with two significant exceptions: Those who are covered by a collective bargaining agreement that does not include the [Dispute Resolution Program]; and Those working outside the United States and not governed by U.S. laws. Visitors to the website can download two different brochures.
Previously, Perdue was the Managing Ombudsman for FMC Technologies, also in Houston. She also has extensive in human resources and employee relations. She graduated from Alabama State University and earned an MS in HR Management from Troy University in Montgomery. (Weatherford Ombuds; LinkedIn.)
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