Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Roosevelt, UT – October 29, 2017
seniority, dedication and hard work seem to mean nothing get to work early help customers and employees with daily tasks data entry al tickets for the day check pricing on quoted customers find and fix problem tickets other problems that arise throughout the day
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 29, 2017
Great work and great people. I was recently hired on full time and spoke with my manager about opportunities for growth and development. Management and leadership care about their employees and seek innovative ways to bridge the gap in communication and presence. The work environment is laid back with a high standard for effort. Keep your head down and contribute, as well as communicate with your peers and manager and you'll go far! Not too mention the paid time off/vacation days and benefits are great.
Benefits, opportunities for growth, good leadership, never bored
Inside Sales (Current Employee) – California – August 24, 2017
Company did not replace employees who quit or who were let go. Large accounts are not happy with too many non refinery experienced employees. Too many order entry employees without industry exp. Mgt not taking responsibility for problems.
Hard working employees, stepping stone to hire on to refineries directly
Poor mgnt, not enough employees, no raises in 3 yrs.
Area Sales Rep./Account Manager (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, NM 88220 – August 20, 2017
Horrible place to work, at least in the supply chain side. Underpaid, overworked, horrible management and structure, not to mention all the back stabbing from upper management. They will make you their escape goat if they fail.
Credit Analyst I (Current Employee) – Laporte, TX – August 11, 2017
Employed for almost a year, constant changes, hard workers and friendly group of co-workers. Never a boring moment must be able to adjust to change. Management are not really considered to co-worker and occasionally unprofessional.
Material Sourcing Specialist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 31, 2017
Material Sourcing Specialist. Purchased Energy Valves and Energy Valve products for company. Negotiated special pricing and rebate programs. Managed Energy Valve inventory for over 150 branches as well as the Central Distribution Center.
Office Clerk/ Warehouse (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – July 17, 2017
It use to be a good company until new management came in. They just don't appreciate their employees. There is no respect manager curses at the employees. Nothing there is ever confidential, they tell your buisnes out on the floor. It's crazy.
DSO Coordinator (Current Employee) – United States – June 28, 2017
has all the benefits of most jobs in this industries, pays less than other companies, does not value employees until they are ready to leave. Hard to get promoted in this company, even if you have the experience. Especially hard for a woman, in this mans world.
very hard to advance in this company, even with experience
Shipping Personnel (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – April 6, 2017
Very fast-paced, and stressful environment. Long hours and low pay. Numbers-driven. Not much room for advancement. Lots of heavy lifting and heavy machinery used. Hours can change the day of the shift. Lots of Saturdays and overtime.
Slave (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – March 27, 2017
This company can suck their good employees dry. High turnover and management doesn't care. 20+ year working veterans treated like trash and pushed out the door. Buddy system...Treat you like a slave, but you can pay your bills! Workers didn't get a raise for 5 years, but management got theirs + bonuses.
If you show up, then you have a job.
Management sucks! HR and management besties so nobody to protect the workers.
Drafter/Quotations/Documentation (Former Employee) – Cyril, OK – March 4, 2017
The branch I worked at was run with a small crew who knew what they were expected to do. It was a good place for people who could work with deadlines and were self starters. The hardest part of the job was the fact that the crew was small so everyone had to get all that was needed completed on time even when they were sometimes running on overload. The best part of the job was the small crew who could get to know each other and become friends.