If you like being treated badly, and pushed to your limit, then this is the place for you.
Pros: Nice work trucks
Cons: No management support.
At first this company sounds like its a dream come true based on the their motto and code of ethics they claim to have, "Trust, Honor, integrity, God, family, then company". All of that disappears very quickly and now it becomes all about the money, how much can sell and how much can you invoice per month.
Their field workers are required to work 7 days per week even if the work is in town. The work load is beyond excessive, and don't get caught leaving at 5pm because you'll be inundated with reprimanding emails the following day. The average work day is 12+ hours. On weekends you are required to answer your phone and respond to emails within 30 minutes. You are required to share your calendar with the executive team which is no big deal, but.
your calendar needs to be 150% full every week; and if you don't have a completely full calendar, you better be able to explain why you are slacking.
The Management and Executive team have no vision nor do they give direction other than to say " we need more contracts". Constantly cut off by vendors for delinquent payments.
Our field guys call me saying that their hotel reservations were no longer valid because the company credit cards were shut down. I would be forced to use my personal credit card for the hotel rooms so the crew would have somewhere to sleep while they are out of town. The same goes for fuel cards. Its not uncommon to have a crew stranded out of state for a canceled fuel card. Reimbursements usually take about 30 days.
Nepotism? At its best, I have no other words to describe, other than if a family member gets engaged or has a baby, or got the sniffles that week, you better send a nice congratulatory email to them.
There is absolutely zero management support, decade old computers, zero IT support, and ultimately it is a brutal workplace environment.