Administrator (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – May 16, 2013
Pros: free lunch once in a while
I was worried about my first office job, I have heard rumors of office politics, and cattiness. I found none at Sanjel. Everyone was welcoming and friendly, there was always something to do. The hardest part of the job was trying to keep busy during the last hour of work when all mail has been delivered, and expecting no couriers. The enjoyable part was bringing up mail and having everyone happy to say hello. I was not afraid to approach the President/ Vice President, they always had a smile or held a door for everyone else.
I found it a very dishonest environment to work in . No ethics, no manner ... doesn't matter how hard you work , some employees are manager's favourite and get the full support . A very unfair place to work .
Job Work/Life Balance
Great opportunity to gain experience in the Energy Employment Sector
Operator I Trainee/Class-A Driver (Current Employee), Fort Lupton, CO – February 27, 2015
Great benefits, Promising growth potential, shifting industry trends lead to unstable employment compensation.
-Rotational work schedule; depends on position title -On Call shifts -Overtime -Job bonuses -Employee focused
Lab Technician (Current Employee), Cibolo, TX – January 15, 2015
great company to work for especially are you trying to get a startup in the oilfield. The management isn't all that great but the pay is very nice. Benefits are so so. Easy going in lab but overall pretty good
Corupt International company that values profits over human life.
Operations Manager (Former Employee), Denver, Co – May 11, 2013
Pros: good medical benifits and holiday pay.
Cons: too many to list.
As a former manager of this operational company based in the United States (Denver). I would strongly urge all employment seekers to complete a back ground check on this company. Sanjel is in the Energy Services and has a record of employee fatalities. Sanjel has a vast network of fiscal resources that has an influence at all political levels. What money can not buy to overlook many violations, they have a legal department to strong arm any and all who stand up to unlawful practice. Many former employees have suffered disabilities due to there negligence. I would strongly urge all to value a simple phrase, "Loose your paycheck or loose your life."