TERMINAL OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Zachary, LA – February 12, 2017
Stay far away from this company!! While working here there was poor and contradicting directions from Supervision, coworkers who changed forms, SOPs, etc on their own so nothing worked right on the computers, not a single running toilet or sink at any location, coworkers who wanted to be the supervisor so bad that you couldn't talk to anyone or trust anyone to do anything. Management couldn't care less about you and trusted you even less. Each site had Supervisors with serious anger and bullying problems!! I could go on but I won't! I'm glad I quit when I did! Just stay away from this train wreck of a company!!
Hostile work environment, Empty Promises, No restroom in the entire facility, No Recognition, no raises, no promotions, bullying from Supervisors and Management
Scenic Station is very unprofessional in terms of Supervisors. Bullies...
Railcar Operator/Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 29, 2016
I worked at Scenic Station for eight months and I can honestly say that I've never worked at a job where my stress-level, morale, and drive to move ahead where compromised. My very first day in orientation, I was told that I will never get a raise by my bosses boss. I still gave my all but when I would notice facility supervisors bully certain workers for no reason, I begin to become stressed. And to see that calls employees made to HR would not bring change, I felt that all our jobs were threatened. This really has been the worst job I've ever had.
Management at Scenic Station are not good for employees
Fast paced company that shows continuous growth in the industry of oil and gas services.
Anonimous (Current Employee) – Anonimous – May 9, 2016
This company would be considered large in size, due to the various different divisions that they have in operation and the services each division provides within the oil and gas industry. The work is fast paced and at times can be highly demanding. Individuals looking to fill an available position with this company should be able to balance a large workload, while using proper time management skills to ensure that work is completed in a timely fashion.
Good benefits, fair salaries, and quaility low level management.
Company's organization is ineffective, upper level management is out of touch with workplace morale and difficulties.
Crude Oil Driver (Former Employee) – Taylorsville, MS – February 26, 2016
I learned how to use the computer systems in the truck and a typical day was a 12 to 14 hour shift. Christian management and co-workers was easy to work with and was understandable under any circumstances and I would think the hardest part of the job was getting to know the computer system inside the truck. I loved that te quarterly safety bonus because it made us focus on safety. The drivers alert each month helped me learn a lot ongoing through the job