Q.A. Inspector (Former Employee) – Ambridge, PA ; Koppel,PA – January 30, 2017
Overall a friendly workplace,good place for a lot of overtime,can be fast pace at times,management is weak(boss not leaders) but friendly,Hardest part of job is it can get mundane at times,but then most jobs are.Most enjoyable is the workforce ,friendly and funny,very nice workforce.
Loader Operator/Heat Treat (Former Employee) – Catoosa, OK – January 28, 2017
I would work 12hr everyday. almost 7 days a week. I learned a lot about communication and the machines their. Cool people to work with. Hardest part of my job was staying alert. I had to watch pipe on a conveyor. Not hard but challenging to keep myself busy while the pipe rolled by. I loved how they had a weekly bonus.
Paid lunch, weekly bounses
Oil field crashed and I was laid off only 2 hrs for being full time and being in the union
Quality Manager Welded Tube Division (Former Employee) – Wilder, KY – August 21, 2016
Most staff is underqualified for given duties Most Senior Management is not experienced in the products or business in which the products produced are utilized, most are well educated though. Work force does not respect management team Hardest part of the job is correcting issues that arise from inexperienced people
salary and benefits
mis guided company, leadership is terrible and short sighted
General Manager (Former Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – August 7, 2016
Excellent Company. Great place to work. Excellent products, excellent staff. Highly recommended for anyone. The company is now located in Houston and has had some turnover in the past few years to improve profitability.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Baytown, TX – July 5, 2016
The managers and supervisors were all wonderful to work with. They worked with you and wanted you to grow and succed. I was able to experience and become more knowledgable about all production processes because of their team efforts.
This is a company that has a difficult time with communication at all levels of management. Most communication was based on a need to know basis. Unfortunately there was a high turnover ratio making it difficult to implement constructive change to improve manufacturing matrices and bottom line trends.
They are family oriented permitting flexible work schedules when needed.
Lack of communication at all levels of management.