Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Hobbs, NM – December 14, 2016
Worked for this company for 3 years. Rules were always changing. Management was always changing, Co-workers were always changing, Job was not challenging at all. The best part of the job were the drivers that I dispatched. They were all friendly and helpful. The days were repetitive. Same thing, day in and day out. Other dispatcher was very lazy and seemed to just not want to work. All she wanted to do was visit with the office admin and gossip. Not a very professional environment at all. Lots of favoritism within the office.
A real nice company, willing to work with you in all areas of the job, they take care of you like family
Operator (Former Employee) – Beaumont, TX – November 16, 2016
They took me in green to their line of work and taught me everything I know and I am very grateful for that. They helped me earn all my certifications showed me the ins and outs of the industry and I plan to take my learnings elsewhere and expand my knowledge.
Job security even in a down market, management is attentive but does not micro manage. Good benefits including greater than industry average paid time off. Good work like balance and flexible schedule.
Enterprise is a great place to work. It challenges their employees to be better. I learned a lot about budgets, DOT and environmental regulations. The people are a pleasure to work with and recommend Enterprise. The hardest part about the job is finding the balance between work life and personal life. I really enjoyed working with the people at Enterprise.
A typical day at work included countless hours at the computer sending/receiving emails and fielding phone calls. A majority of the day as a project manager is spent interacting with vendors and field operators. These interactions are an enjoyable part of the day since social encounters can be both challenging and rewarding. Co-workers tend to be very friendly and helpful. However, sometimes the managements can leave something to be desired. Overall, the experience was very rewarding as the project management and business communication skills learned will be invaluable going forward.
Very good compensation package, work life balance was average, relatively good job security
Job Culture was very stuffy and out-dated, some of the managers did not seem very qualified, limited room for advancement in the technical areas
High-energy, demanding workplace with a devoted workforce
Associate Coordinator, Distribution (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 12, 2016
Days are long as the only LPG Export Coordinator; weekends are required to be on-call, including proactively monitoring email and communicating with customers/terminal. Reports/updates are delivered on a semi-daily basis, to upper management.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Breaux Bridge, LA – May 10, 2016
Management is horrible, and you have to time off of work to spend with family. They just cut the pay I went from making 26.50 To 16.00 And hour. This company has nothing more to offer me. Im not afraid of change. Something better has come my way.