Though local management and the upper management are nice people (or at least make a pretense of caring) they do micromanage. The attitude is mostly "just get it on the road" which is obvious by the junky trailers.There is no shop supervisor, just a lead tech who barely knows anything about trucks or trailers and puts broken equipment back on the road again. Company preaches safety but have techs work ten or more hour shifts completely alone which isn't safe in the least. One location has only one tech who is on call 24/7. How's that for cheap? During the winter months the equipment is frozen and covered with ice and mud which melts on you and the shop making a nasty mess. This is no fault of the company, but it is a depressing condition you will have to work in for three or four months. No kind of training provided. Tool trucks aren't allowed on the property which is beyond ridiculous. Per diem to work out of town is only 350 a week for hotel and food. Not enough. At least the pay was good and the people I worked with were easy to get along with.
New trucks, decent pay, co workers are easy to get along with
Micromanagement, work alone, filthy working conditions