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productive and lots of hours
I&E Technician (Former Employee), Covington, LAJuly 30, 2014
Pros: bbq's every friday
lots of work, poor management, dont let you work independantly, always dog watching, dont recommend this company
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Displays Packaging (Former Employee), East Hartford, CTJune 17, 2014
Pros: the hours
Not the best place to work at the people there are pass rude and disrespectful.
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Electrician (Former Employee), La Porte, TXMay 28, 2014
Was a good place to work but wish the job security was better, Layoffs are common in this field of work but looking out for your employees should be taken more seriously with this company in my opinion... Other than that, Good employees and good management
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Positive work enviroment
Timekeeper / Office assistant / Receptionist (Former Employee), Carson, CAMay 9, 2014
Pros: calm enviroment
Cons: small
Quiet calm office work environment, amazing co-workers. I learned you could never learn too much.
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productive workplace
MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN (Former Employee), lompocFebruary 28, 2014
Very good place to work,the foreman's and general foreman's are cool.
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Overall best company worked for yet
Electrician Journeyman (Former Employee), Tioga, NDFebruary 6, 2014
Employer really took their time to do the job, mangers helped employees as much as possible.
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Fun work place
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), East Hartford, CTFebruary 4, 2014
Pros: hour lunch break
Cons: very hard work
My day at Ardent was very busy very fast and the managers were very helpful and my co-workers were good to work with but the time was when it was time to go home.
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Good Co-Workers
Help Desk Analyst (Former Employee), Nashville, TNNovember 4, 2013
This job was not bad but compensation and management could have been better.
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enjoyed different challenges every day
Senior Instrument Fitter / Tech (Current Employee), colorado and wyomingOctober 16, 2013
great work and challenges. great feeling to complete large tasks on time and in budget
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Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee), Tioga, NDJuly 10, 2013
i real good company to work for good safe work area. cold up there and hot when hot
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Was given the responsiblity to work as an electrical scheduler, at our local refinery.
Scheduler (Former Employee), Baton Rouge, LAApril 10, 2013
Pros: given much responsablity.
Cons: worked in a very small work area.
Coordinated flow of incoming materials.
Served customers by quoting prices, processing orders, tracking deliveries, providing quality assurance and answering queries.
Determined personnel requirements for effective scheduling.
Analyzed and resolved problems related to engineering changes and work delays.
Ensured all costs remained within budget.
Processed – more... and published reports, work orders, purchase orders, faxes, master schedule and updates.
Read and interpreted engineering drawings and financial data.
Implemented engineering change orders.
Communicated problems and their impact.
Used office suite software Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
Prepared and maintained computer records.
Adhered to and created materials planning procedures, standard operating procedures, quality assurance procedures, safety and sanitation programs and environmental regulations.
The hardest part of the job was working with all men. The most enjoyable was working through the entire turnaround. – less
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Not happy
Assemble (Current Employee), Macon, MOMarch 15, 2013
Pros: pretty layed back atmosphere
Cons: no raise in 4 yrs., being lied to, have to do more than others
A typical day is going is not knowing what will happen that day, for example never having parts to do the jobs that we have orders for, it's a headache everyday
I have learned alot of assembling different products
Co workers are great, I've known some for along time.
None of the jobs are hard, can do pretty much any of them, the only thing I can say – more... that is enjoyable is that the most of the people that I work with are great people, would be nice to have parts to finish jobs, they like to move us around alot do to not having parts – less
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Great opportunity to expand work experience
Analyzer Tech (CEMS) (Current Employee), Rancho Dominguez, CAMarch 6, 2013
Pros: working with great people
Cons: long commute
A typical day at work would break down in to a few parts.
First: morning meeting to talk about the past day and what the day will look like.
Second: morning visuals to all the analyzers in the plant (CEMS)
Last: Work orders for preventive maintenance or trouble shoot and repair instruments as needed
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Paid really well but no job security
Electrical Helper (Former Employee), Pascagoula, MSFebruary 11, 2013
Pros: per diem
Cons: too many lay-offs
I worked jobs at several Chevron jobs. I worked in Pascaguoula
Ms and the lubricant plant in Port Author Tx
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Productive and fun work place
Apprentice Electrician (Former Employee), Friendswood, TXJanuary 10, 2013
Pros: gave gift cards
Cons: 3 breaks
We had meeting every morning about safety. You learn new things everyday. The management was good, trusted employees. Co- workers played great team work.
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Productive and fun work place
Apprentice Electrician (Former Employee), Friendswood, TXJanuary 10, 2013
Pros: gave gift cards
Cons: 3 breaks
We had meeting every morning about safety. You learn new things everyday. The management was good, trusted employees. Co- workers played great team work.
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great company
General Foreman (Former Employee), Gulf Sulfur at Galveston islandDecember 6, 2012
supervise up to 35 electricians for Savage and gulf sulfur.
great job and environment
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Work varies according to the job. Its an offshore gig mostly.
Electrical Technician (Current Employee), Scott, LANovember 28, 2012
Pros: pretty descent wages for the more seasoned electrician or electrical tech, lots of overtime, the time off is nice
Cons: long distances driving to docks or heliports, unreliable work rotations.
Like every job there are pros and cons. The Pros are the amount of hours you get when at work. We average 40-50 hours of overtime a week. This is only when working though. If there isn't an active contract then your sitting at home, and when there is an active contract the schedule varies. You could be gone offshore for a week or two months. Generally – more... the schedule is 14days offshore and 7 days at home(thats what they promise at least when they hire you). This schedule though is for the longer lasting contracts where a larger crew is required and a steady rotation of people in and out are needed to complete the work scope(or job). Offshore no matter what company you work for can be great. As i've been explaining though it all depends on the length of the contract your working on. Third party contractors are in my opinion unreliable at best. If your a family man and require a more steady pay check and work rotation. Go and try to get hired on with the larger offshore companies(Shell, Chevron, BP, etc...) This is where your stability will be cause these guys aren't going anywhere anytime soon.Bigger is better in the oil field. – less
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productive company that rewards its employees
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Hartford, CTAugust 23, 2012
I enjoyed working for this company. They paid attention to their workers needs and in returned, employees worked hard for the company
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Trainee (Former Employee), Durgapur, WBFebruary 3, 2014
project done on insurence management system.the period is 1 month