Delivery Representative (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – February 14, 2017
The Roanoke office had an incredible workload. Dispatchers were very nice. Customers were mostly friendly. Overall a good place to work, however, their safety guidelines are very strict and don't take into account that new drivers may need some additional training. Leniency for minor incidents is non-existant.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Nevada – February 6, 2017
Do not work here. This place is massively unethical, in all aspects. They break the law constantly, and expect workers to do the same. I left because I just could not, in my right mind, break the law for a little extra profit. Sorry, not going to happen.
Everything else. Especially the pay, they will lie to you about it.
CUSTOMER RELATIONS SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – 26 E Union St Richlandtown PA 18955 – January 22, 2017
The best part of AmeriGas is the commitment to work life balance. There is not much opportunity for advancement within your hiring district. They do encourage local community involvement which is very fulfilling
Logistics and Supply Chain Specialist (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 21, 2017
A typical day at work is very productive. I am considered universal that is a result of cross training in other departments. I enjoy gaining the additional knowledge especially since that's what sets me aside from my peers.Management is a hit or miss, It's the upper management that actually cares about your future and not just the company's future. Amerigas's culture is very defined with Safety.The hardest part about the job is striving for accuracy every step of the day. The most enjoyable part of the day is checking tasks off your list.
monthly safety meetings, occasionally provides lunch, Great benefits
Customer Relations Representative (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 19, 2017
Amerigas Propane was a great place to work. The company sent me out of town for training at the Corporate office and I learned about the propane business. My job was to help customers order propane for their propane tank at home. I also performed monthly inventory, did Bills of Lading, was responsible for Payroll for our location, ordered office supplies, cleaned the office, did in store cash sales, and helped train new employees.
Do not work at this place .you will be very sorry.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Bealton virginia – January 15, 2017
This is the worst place to work.they keep changing the hours that you work.you may be working from 5am to1.30am one day.then they switch up on you the next day.the company do not care about there employee at all.the mangerment sick. They don't supply gear for weather. You have to work in the cold.heat.rain.snow. just a bad company to work for. To all warning don't work for this company .you're be sorry
Tank Refurbisher (Former Employee) – Yuba City, CA – January 13, 2017
I worked here for only 4 days before i realized that the supervisors create unsafe work practices! The last night i was there the main take to refill the smaller tanks overheated and almost blew up! He should of been monitering it. The supervisors are also extremely rude and expect you to be perfect at the job on day one and after an hour of training which is only a "safety" video. If you end up getting into an argument with a coworker there more than likely will be a fight after work on the other side of the levee. This place is horrible and i advise you to steer clear. You could potentially work over 175 days straight in the summer and layed off during the winter with no garuantee of having a position again in the summer. Applicant beware!
Propane-Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Evergreen, CO 80437 – January 12, 2017
Propane delivery in a timely manner to both commercial and residential properties, Trained and managed employees to achieved significant improvements in their productivity, Detected and eliminate safety hazards during travel
I wouldn't recommend anyone to work here if you value your family and health
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – Washington State – January 6, 2017
This company is the worst company I've ever worked for. Up front I was promised oncall pay even if I didn't get called out, I was promised that if the roads to a residential home were bad that i might get the truck stuck that I wouldn't have to deliver to that stop, I was promised that I'd be home at a decent hr- 9:00pm to 10:00 pm everyday wasn't a decent hr- I started work at 8:00am. The boss's yelling was stressful and never ending. Employees were told to drive faster even if the conditions of the roads were hazardous. These are just a small portion of broken promises that were never fulfilled. They say they care about safety but in the end it's all about the big bucks and how many deliveries the driver can get in by the days end. The responsibility lies on you the driver to sell sell sell that propane even if it cost you your life.
I was so stress from this job after only 3 months with the company that it made me physically sick and I had to quit. I'd rather be unemployed and alive then dead from sliding on an icy road and off a cliff because they need to sell more propane.