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New Employee Resource Center



Welcome to the Flowserve Family

Flowserve CEO Mark Blinn Portrait

On behalf of the entire leadership team, I want to take this opportunity to welcome you to Flowserve. You are now part of a team of 15,000 global employees who drive the success of the company each and every day. Through the creativity and commitment of individuals like you, we have become a dynamic global leader in the fluid motion and control industry, and we continue to enter into new markets, develop new and innovative products and expand our operations on a global basis.

This resource center, as well as the information and training you will receive in the coming days and weeks, will allow you to become familiar with the company and its operations. It will also describe to you our more than 200 year history and our presence in core industries such as oil and gas, power, chemical and water. Our story is an inspiring one, and it is something of which we are very proud. It is employees like you that will write the next chapter in that story, so I offer you my sincere congratulations on your new role within this great company.


Mark Blinn

President and Chief Executive Officer



Guidelines For Your First 90 Days and Beyond

Before Start Date

Before your start date, you should:

  • Sign and return your offer letter
  • Read the Code of Business Conduct
  • Sign and return all of your required new employee paperwork (retain copies for your start date)
  • Take the “Getting to Know Flowserve” tutorial

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First Day

On your first day, be ready to:

  • Participate in a new employee orientation
  • Provide hard copies of your new employee paperwork to your HR representative and bring important documents (passport, driver's license, social security card)
  • Review important company policies
  • Review job safety training requirements
  • Review General Export Compliance Guidelines
  • Sign and submit any additional paperwork
  • Meet your manager and discuss questions
  • Participate in welcome activities
  • Tour your work area and become familiar with important locations
  • Prepare for and/or receive an appropriate badges and building/parking permits (if required for your location)

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First Week

The first week is a great time to get oriented to your environment and department.  Be sure to:

  • Review your job responsibilities with your manager
  • Discuss your division’s and department’s objectives and understand how your role contributes to those goals
  • Schedule a meeting with your manager to establish your performance objectives, measures and the performance review process
  • Discuss time reporting (timesheets, vacation and sick time)
  • Review policies and procedures for phone an computer usage
  • Complete any job required safety training
  • Familiarize yourself with your computer, if you have one, and Flowserve systems such as Lotus Notes
  • Review the company Intranet – Passport, and the company Website
  • Input your travel profile, order your credit card (if applicable)
  • Review facility specific Technology Control Plan if required

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First Month

The first month is an important time to finalize your benefits, review policies, set objectives and complete any necessary training. Be sure to:

  • Complete all necessary benefit enrollments for health and welfare and retirement savings
  • Finalize your annual performance objectives with your manager
  • Complete the Code of Business Conduct training
  • Complete any outstanding job required safety training
  • Complete any necessary safety training for your location
  • Complete the Equal Opportunity & Respect in the Workplace training

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First 90 Days and Beyond

  • Participate in annual performance review with your manager
  • Complete required Ethics and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) training
  • Complete your annual acknowledgement of the Code of Business Conduct
  • Complete your annual requirements for job specific safety training
  • Complete your annual requirements for job specific Export Compliance Training

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Important Steps

Guidelines for your first 90 days and beyond...

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