Worked there 2 months and had trouble getting paid every single pay period. In fact it wasn't till 6 weeks after I left that I finally got my pay. Spent the first 2 weeks "training in Pa." which consisted mostly of sitting around BSing. Even though I already had experience from another company. Had to go through the whole "green hat" humiliation even though most of the hands there knew less than I did. During my time there I never saw anyone in management who came close to having a clue.
Also they pay salary, no overtime. So of course 20 30 hour days were not unusual
Overall a good place to work with a laid back environment
Wireline Operator (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 16, 2014
A typical day at work without a job to go on is going to the shop to calibrate tools and clean truck, usually off by noon. If there is a job to go on then it's usually a minimum of 12 hours from the time you leave the shop till the time you return.
I did learn the open hole side of work and learned how it operates and the process of logging a well bore.