Terrible place to work manager is a terrible person
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Dickinson, ND – February 1, 2018
Don't waste your time. Horribly unorganized place to work. Stupid hours and management. Plan on things changing constantly and incredibly unreliable. Prepare to called in for stupid projects and minimal time. Don't plan on being promoted. Terrible
Pay on time
Terrible boss stupid hours no guarantee of 40 on call all the time
Supply Chain Analyst (Former Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – November 15, 2017
N/A They offered no formal training. Once I took the job I was left to fend for myself with very little guidance. There is a good amount of politics going on at Dover and I would not suggest taking a position there unless you are familiar with the industry.
They hired me in January as a promising HSE Specialist and 3 months later laid me off due to "reconstructing their HSE program". How do you not know that the HSE Program is going to be changed 3 months prior?? Why hire me in the first place?
Application Finance Lead (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – January 27, 2016
The work requires round the clock response, partly because of global presence. Responsibility is not confined to position. Need to reach out to business areas that are not part of the job. The company runs really lean, but values its employees. Management relies heavily on analysts ability to complete project and tasks. Co-workers are great - all self starters. Very cooperative, good team to work with. The hardest part of the job is re-engineering business process across all business unit. Most Managers and co workers values IT work.
Flexible work schedule
Flexible work schedule - need constant monitoring.
Field technician (Current Employee) – Midland texas – October 6, 2015
Management don't know what they are doing very lazy the pay sucks bad! They don't care about their employees and are very disrespectful and don't appreciate them not a very honest company to their customers nor their employees! Very sad!