"Run for the hills"
The west texas(Odessa branch) promises you 60-80+ hours a week. The communication is extremely poor, management has no clue what is going on. You go from not getting 60 hours a week to 90+ hours the next week.
The hate having to pay overtime, but yet can't keep good help so they "OVER HIRE" so they can avoid paying overtime.
The say they put you in a mancamp in Odessa, Texas, but it is a trailer with no internet and a tv in the living room on company property. There is no per diem or 3 meals per day, let alone a recreation area.
You either get low hours or they work you to the bone with barely any time off. If you want your (vacation) days off of 7 days after 4 weeks of work as they promise, good luck. They will deny you a majority of the time. They refuse to let anyone transfer to another branch, especially ones that are close to your home.
The days they do give you off, over half the time try to call you into work because someone quit, called in, or got fired. They also only give you half the information when they do call or text you and once you get to a job site, you realize they put you in a bad situation and expect you to play janitor and "cleanup" the mess.
If you live in the mancamp, you are vulnerable to the dispatchers or managers calling you to try to force you to work. They will even come inside your trailer and pound on your bedroom door. They disregard you sleeping and don't care you just got off shift.
I am very surprised this branch has not closed its' doors.
getting off work once shift is done, $18 hour
management, dispatchers, no proper mancamp facilities