The company does not give raises. Most of my co-workers were very nice but the company did not provide heaters and during the winter, sitting at the main desk by the door during the cold weather was extremely difficult. High turnover.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Lake Benton, MN – March 16, 2018
the management keeps you on the road for months at a time working 80 hours a weeks some times. the pay is far below the industry average and the only way to make it even is the ex stream overtime. turn over is about 6 months. managers don't care what happens to your home life.
As an oil field job, work is primarily done away from your home area. Decent pay, good people, and a most of the time steady work load. I learned a lot about how hard I could work and just what I wanted as a career.
Construction Laborer (Former Employee) – Tema – December 11, 2017
I learned how to construct houses and roads and I find pleasure in doing so. I embraced working with my team each day. The hardest part of it was the physical aspect it. I enjoyed it because we provided shelter for many.
Lead (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – November 21, 2017
Poor Management causing the work force not to get along. Lack of happiness. Did not have incentives to want to move forward with the company. Management would fight out on the production floor which caused a lot of issues. When you have management not get along it makes it a difficult work place.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Hobbs, NM – November 15, 2017
Management could improve. Would have liked more job advancement. Overall a good company to work for. Hours are good and the benefits are good! Would have loved to stay and advanced but things didn't go well.
Public Relations (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 14, 2017
The work environment in this division is hostile and staff members are bullied. If you value team collaboration and being a respected and valued member of the team THEN DO NOT APPLY TO THE Indianapolis Public Schools' Public Relations Division. Your talents will not be appreciated or valued, and you will not be recognized for any contributions you have made as a member of this team.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – October 18, 2017
What I learned from IPS is to have patients with clients and help them with everyday needs. It helped me connected with people I’ve never connected with before. The experience at IPS was wonderful it taught me responsibilities and how to keep calm
Freight Associate (Former Employee) – Port Allen, LA – September 29, 2017
Monitor equipment performance and make repairs as needed setup pallets and packaging materials for customer shipments. load trucks with securely prepared crates,pallets, and containers remove deliveries from trailers and transferred to staging areas accurately setup pallets