Timber Treatment (Former Employee) – United States – January 18, 2017
When I first applied, they were strict on letting me know that I would receive my Per-Diem on the first day of the job. Well, it took about two weeks within the job to actually obtain my per diem. They would not allow me to drive myself to the store to get groceries or other needs to live, so I was basically stranded at my -3 star rated motel eating delivery pizza twice a day. When I was on the job, I was forced to eat gas-station prepped meals due to not having the right to get to the grocery store. So, that being said, I would not recommend working for this company. They offer decent pay, but when you're stuck in the blistering hot sun of Louisiana with barely 800 calories in your system, it's not worth it. Find another job.
Benefits are decent, pay is decent.
Pay isn't worth it. Management is more willing to talk about hired hookers than work.