Utility Analyst (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 15, 2018
Energy Transfer purchased Proliance Energy which was sadly going under slowly but surely. Energy Transfer had a great team of employees/management that came in and truly help us to recover financially and understood the business completely.
They treated all the employees great, very appreciative of our work and only a handful of positions were eliminated. Several of us received raises and earned deserving bonuses.
Did things at the office and for the employees to keep moral up, enjoyed working for them. But sadly they came in and flipped us like a house, and sold us within 10 months. But every step of the way they were very honest and communicated with us about their intentions.
I would definitely work for and/or recommend Energy Transfer.
Associate Tax Analyst (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 26, 2017
i began working at energy transfer with little to no experience and i was thrown into the job expected to know everything with hardly any training. a typical day on the job involved getting there really early, putting returns together with little interaction, and staying until the work is finished. the environment is very clique-ish and based on favorites, but the tax group definitely knows how to have a good time (lots of happy hours and paid lunches).
UI Developer (Former Employee) – Harris County, TX – December 21, 2017
Excellent place to work. very supportive people and very good management group.employee benefits also very good. career growth also very good as always more opportunities to explore on different tasks.
AP Coordinator (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 18, 2017
This is a great company to work for. I regret leaving the company. Great benefits. They care about taking care of their employees. They like to recognize employees when they do great and do allot of team buildings projects.
Not stressful, as long as you know what you are doing. Your day to day activity can vary depending on which assignment you are assigned to for the day. You need to be a fast learner and be flexible in order to work on different accounts available.
LEAD HELP DESK/TRAINER (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 15, 2017
ETP is a great company and is growing quickly which is great for shareholders but can be a determent to employees constant mergers and buying/selling of companies can make the work environment unstable as roles and responsibilities change at a moments notice
Sr. SAP Consultant (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 3, 2017
Relaxed and friendly workplace, where team members and various teams worked as a well oiled machine; more like a big huge family. Everyone was willing to go an extra mile to achieve the common larger goal.
Lifeless souls with no heart. This industry was built on our ancestors as well as our role models. Being a 20 year old dvelevelpoung the footprinting of his path to success I can say working around union company's that this is a sh** show. Had no decency or faith goes for all. They say to respect your elders and help the children of tomorrow as a country we will never prosper without He combination of both
Gas Pipeline Controller "A" (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 20, 2017
Good company, but advancement opportunities limited to who you know and how young you are. Older employees not offered advancement on their knowledge and skills. Management good in some areas and oblivious to others. Pay and benefits are good, but pay scale not equal.