Good benefits and a good place to work depending on which department you work in. Some departments get rode hard and put up wet and some have a pretty easy go of it. I gained a lot of experience since I have been here, but now I am at a point where any advancement has been shot down at every turn.
Desktop and Field Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 7, 2017
Enterprise is a great company but very competitive. Be prepared to work long hours in challenging situations. Best effort at all times is a must. Be prepared to travel as required and training is continuous.
Sr. Control Engineer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 30, 2017
good compensation good benefits good health insurance profit sharing company stock purchase plan matching 401K minimum interference from management good growth opportunity for highly motivated individuals.
Driver (Current Employee) – Texas – August 30, 2017
Their trucks stay in the work shop more than on the road. They don't give out new equipment. They make you drive the old ones. When you start maybe a truck on yard may not. Depends on who jumped in your truck that day/night because the other driver screwed up his truck an didn't report it. You have to spend your time going over the driver before you mistakes, cleaning windows, fueling, and checking to make sure the driver before you didn't mess up the truck an you get blamed for it. They play favors. Not supervised well at all. The lease station can be weeds over your head, snaky leases. a lot of clock riders.
A very nice place to work. I enjoyed almost all of my time there.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 9, 2017
Enterprise is a very large company that seems to function quite well in spite of its size. The assignments were quite varied, and it is possible to advance or move to other positions within the company, even if one was a contract employee (as I was).
Interesting assignments, generally great people to work with, good facilities and tools to use for one's assignments.
Traffic getting to downtown can be trying and is always time-consuming.
Oracle Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 8, 2017
I truly enjoyed working at this company. The team was very easy going and helpful. I learned more about the Oracle system and more of the inventory side of the energy field. The down fall about this job is that it was only contract.
- Good benefits, but compensation is below average. - Fairly young, motivated staff that is generally good to work with. - Too much of a politics/clique atmosphere. - Very stable company that moves fast to keep competitive edge.
Marine mechanic (Former Employee) – Houma, La – August 1, 2017
If your coming to the Marine department stay away. Management is poor to say the least. They treat you like kids, no matter how good of a employee you are. There is no room to grow no matter what they tell you. They have a high turnover for mechanics. The good the Health insurance. And somewhat descent pay.
Plant Operator (Current Employee) – kenedy,tx – June 13, 2017
problems making decisions on the simplest of things. Hectic work days. Safety fall by the wayside when money becomes involved. area manager requires us to use certain contractors even if they don't provide the best service or quality of work.Plant supervisor can not make a decision without checking with manager first.