Mechanic (Current Employee) – Texas – July 29, 2017
Company has solid structure like 401k , tool account, benefits are not that great though you gotta pay high deductible its not copay. Made a lot of good friends alot of great techs work there but management is full of clowns. In engine department good work is not appreciated one misstep and theyll forget all the good work you did for them unless your in the good ol boys crew.
Co-workers, tool account
Very dependent on oil field, watch out if you want to quit or move departments youll see how management changes their attitude
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Enid, OK – February 26, 2017
good benefits, good people, no company investment in facility maintenance, poor lighting, NO RUNNING WATER, bathroom stalls are too small to use without bumping into walls or fixtures. poor house keeping in shop.
Parts Manager (Former Employee) – Lubbock, TX – January 22, 2017
Oversee employees while warehouse and sales counters are ran. Help countermen with hard questions or customers. Warehouse employees did various picking, pulling, and counting of the stock. I managed over 8500 lines of inventory and six employees.
Great Team Environment, Opportunity For Growth
Long Hours Often In The Heat, Dependent On Oil Business
scape goat (Former Employee) – Texas – November 29, 2016
Company has great benefits and good pay but you will be micro managed and blamed for wrong doings even though you may not be at fault. The best way to keep the job is to agree and take blame regardless if you are to blame or not. Upper management is hostile and HR is not there for YOU, they are there for the company. Good luck, and may there be peace within yourself.
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – June 24, 2016
Previous review is spot on. There is no loyalty, especially if you work for the engine division. Management doesn't care about employees as you are only a paycheck. Many years of experience was just let go and that experience is hard to find. Too bad the executives don't get out of their ivory tower and talk to the people that are generating revenue. It’s surprising upper management has allowed one person in the engine division to treat employees the way they have been treated. I’m grateful the machine division is not managed in the same way.
Project Manager - oil and gas (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 25, 2016
I worked for this company for almost 35 years, since I was 19 years old, started out as a large engine rebuilder (technician) and was allowed to advance from within up to a professional job handling hundreds of million of dollars of product from ordering, packaging and delivering.
Sadly this last position I held for the past 10 years was on the oil and gas side of the business and there's obviously no bonus points for loyalty and / or seniority. I was laid off with out as much as a hand shake from the manager that told me I was being laid off.
I cannot complain about the 35 year ride, it was great, great experiences, lots of free trips abroad and great people.
But when times are good and my team is distributing hundred of million of dollars of product, one would think that production would be appreciated and maybe a small fund set aside to ride out the downturn in business or even job reassignment for employees that have proved so valuable when times were good.
Just beware, this is a sales driven company that talks the talk until money is involved. There is no loyalty earned for hard work and dedication. And when the time comes that your not needed, or make a little more than others in the same position, you are gone.
Good pay, good benefits, end of year bonuses
Sales driven - management does not always do what they preach
Field service Technician (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – February 24, 2016
A typical day as a tech at warren equipment started with coordinating jobs in and around the texas panhandle, aquiring knowledge and parts to efficiently repair the rental fleet. The managment was dedicated and very knowledgeable, willing to help out wherever needed to get the jobs done.
Engine Technician (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 3, 2014
The company has grand potential to be an excellent place to work. The benefits are great, the management seems to sympathize with it's employees somewhat, and some of the people are quite dedicated and friendly.
However, recent changes have created a workplace culture of finger pointing. The majority of folks there would sooner blame others than own up to their own issues, and seemingly spend more time seeking flaws in others than they do working.
Good management, some good people, consistent work