Fun Place To Work But Very Physically And Mentally Demanding
Diesel Technician (Former Employee) – Eighty Four, PA – October 13, 2017
Excellent place to work and make a lot of money but you pay for that job with a lot of your time. Very long days, exposed to the elements quite often, job can be very dangerous if you're not safety minded. People were very friendly and enjoyed working together. Met a bunch of awesome coworkers, managers, supervisors. Kind of easy going at times but very busy other times.
Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 3, 2017
Heavily financially focused due to cyclical nature of oil and gas industry. Extremely male-oriented; obvious favoritism. Leadership is not diverse and does not value all functions equally. All C-levels are new in their roles and therefore not very experienced.
Good bonus structure and decent healthcare benefits. Flex Fridays are a plus.
Flexible Fridays, bonuses, healthcare benefits
Company culture lacks a sense of unity and direction; leaders do not walk the talk
Field Engineer I (Current Employee) – Elk City, OK – August 14, 2017
Field personnel are awesome. Equipment performance dictates your bonus, so its pulled monthly due to random malfunctions (Dated Equipment). Management is completely detached from the field. Unrealistic expectations. You're in the field to simply collect data and send emails. No challenge or training provided the many years I was in the field. Learn on the fly type organization. No home/work separation. Was a struggle to even take vacation due to lack of fully staffed fleets. Always having to cover for engineers on your week off.
field personnel looked after each other
no time off, low pay, no training, and detached managment.
WIRELINE OPERATOR (Former Employee) – East Canton, OH – May 17, 2017
FTS felt like a sinking ship. I was low balled on wage and the benefits weren't very good. Management frequently would inform us we had to work days off and we had no choice. There was a bonus program but it was based on a "sliding scale" whatever that means.
Good management. Very little job advancement opportunity and no 401K matching
Field Engineer (Current Employee) – Elk City, OK – April 22, 2017
I learned a lot about fracture stimulation, but there have been very little advancement opportunities and company is slow to give back benefits as oil prices stabilize. All field employees have been wonderful to work with and direct management is good.
No 401k matching, How equipment performs directly affects bonuses.
Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – Eighty Four, PA – March 28, 2017
The job took me away from home six to eight weeks at a time. They worked me 12 to 18 hours a day seven days a week, and was on call at all times. They would put me in a hotel if I had to be 50 miles or more from their shop.
Great Place to work. Great advancement opportunities
Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – Eighty Four, PA – February 5, 2017
A typical work day consisted of daily scheduled maintenance until called for equipment failure. I learned a lot at FTS. Management did what they could for employees. Workplace culture was very diverse. The hardest part of the job was to complete the project in the time allotted sometimes unreasonable. The most enjoyable part of the job was the diversity of the people.
Good work enviorment. Compansation was Good
Basically no work life balance and little to no time allotted to correct issues properly