Resolution Team AP (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – December 14, 2017
On a given day, finding out – proactively – what my priorities are for the week, meeting with team for half hour to communicate the clients’ needs and organizing the team schedules around the client’s priorities.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Jane Lew, WV – December 10, 2017
cut and weld steel together. i hqve a forktruck and a boom truck liscence. most days i just weld. l work for my dad which is the hardest thing about the job. i need a fresh start. i am a hard worker and very determined;
Schedule is 15/5, worked the first 15 on location then took my days off but when it was time to come back, the supervisor just kept saying to stay home until he got back from his vacation days. So I decided to just go to the yard to get some hours. The hours are great when we’re on location but when I’m at the yard it’s not worth it because the pay is low.
I would not work for the company again just based on the very low salary.The corporate structure is horrible and they can't figure out why they can't keep hands. If they paid the employees a little more and slimmed down the fat at the top they might keep some decent hands.
IT Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 15, 2017
No clear vision for the company communicated to employees and was not given clear direction by management. Processes seemed to change on a weekly and sometimes daily basis. No one seemed to take any responsibility for anything.
Technician (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – November 11, 2017
the hours are long and work is great but work is dangerous and the employees are unappreciated. There are no real opportunities to advance because most of the positions are filled with family members and friends
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 18, 2017
This job was a temporary position. I enjoyed working for this company. Great people good atmosphere. I would work for this company. My typical day was to answer phones with a pleasant voice. Be a team player to all the staff. Clients who walk in the door received a badge and offered coffee. I enjoyed the company very much. The folks there were nice and pleasant to work with.
C&J is a wonderful company. They are doing well and growing fast with the market picking up. With that, of course there is new management coming in, and several much-needed changes being implemented. I think they do not recognize everyone fairly for their work, especially regarding compensation. That would be my only complaint. It is a good company to work for and gain experience with.
Oil field (Former Employee) – Robstown, TX – August 15, 2017
It was once a great place to work. Great environment, awesome benefits, but once the oil field went this company obviously went with it. They laid people off by the tens packing them in a warehouse and announcing they were all laid off. Seemed very impersonal for workers that had been there for years. Very sad. Hopefully this company and the oil field in general will be a great, safe place to work once again. But right now, its not. Too much instability.