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- Company size11 to 50
- Revenue$5M to $25M (USD)
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I was hire and moved to midland from Florida. I had a great job, but the hiring company they use laid and said you can make up 3k a week. that's was all a lie, maybe back a couple of years when the oilfield was making money. Equipment breaks down daily. No trainers: what I mean by this, is they team you up with a guy that has been working for a few weeks and knows what he's doing. But, just like a regular employee that works here, the only way you make money here is you do 2 loads a day. So the guys are always on the GO. Fast peace job, and you get left behind if you can't keep up. Nothing wrong with what they are doing, they just trying to make money, like anyone else that's here working. But this is no way to train someone that has never been doing this. They should pay these guys a lot more, so loads per day when in training means nothing. They should get paid for both loads, because actually if you never worked a pneumatic trailer they are doing all the work.
Sand Hauler in Midland, TX
on May 5, 2020
I was promised the world to work there drove 1500 miles just to learn I wouldn't make gas money to get home.2000 a week a joke from the recruiter.140 to 200 a day for 16 hours
Driver in Midland, TX
on September 18, 2020
Bad business decisions made threw out my time working there but that came from a higher level and they didn’t pay bills on time but it was a fun time working there I meet a lot of new people it was a great to work at a point in time
Parts Department Manager in Midland, TX
on August 4, 2020
You work way out in the middle of no where in the desert most of the time, way away from any main roads, if something happend to you that was really bad, there is no way you could ever get to a hospital in time! Its just all around not a good job! The pay used to be really good but not anymore!
Driver in Midland, TX
on March 30, 2020
Worst company I ever work for. The managers are liars. I wouldn’t recommend my greatest enemy to work for that company. They Owed me 20k n don’t want to pay
Truck Driver in Midland, TX
on March 17, 2020
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