I work there (Former Employee), Stafford, TX – August 6, 2013
Pros: you're going to get better at what you do. and you'll mostly enjoy it.
Cons: lots of meetings, though they're usually relevant.
This company is all about getting better. ALL about getting better. The leadership team is serious about taking care of the customer, but in an organized, repeatable way. So people who like to do their own thing, or don't have the discipline to do what they said they were going to do, don't typically get hired. And more social people typically don't – more... like it at first, because it takes a while to get used to the level of focus that everyone has in the office.
The company is doing really well. Repeat business is through the roof, even the toughest customers love our product and services.
They offer profit sharing and the leadership is very transparent about how the company is doing, and what your team needs to do better to impact the bottom line. Some people are uncomfortable with that level of accountability to each other. But it does help keep everyone focused.
Good benefits, pay is okay, profit sharing makes it better. The focus on progress and traction, good customer service, and casual but disciplined approach are what make it a very good place to work. – less
People work very hard, are honest and good to work with
Sales Administration (Former Employee), Houston – August 7, 2012
Pros: honest, smart coworkers and bosses
Cons: people here have to work hard to keep up
This company expects a lot of employees. The management works hard, and they expect constant improvement, so nobody gets much of a break. That said, the managers don't expect you to do anything they don't do, and will tell you pretty much anything you want to know about the company. I think they do have the best culture in the industry. They're growing – more... and the owners are always making new investments, which is refreshing.
Comp - not great, but fair. There's a bonus plan based on company profitability, which helps. And they do have full benefits. Lots of people move around or up within the company.
It takes a lot to get hired. They make you take tests and checked my references. And you have to work hard and be smart, to stay. The job security is good as long as you do what you're supposed to. No favoritism, and no working with people who can't pull their weight. – less