Not always a "great place to work"
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – November 9, 2017
If all goes well with the price of oil, then everything is mostly fine. But when the oil goes down in price, this is not a "great place to work". You are more likely to get terminated than laid off during a downturn. Managers in place have a tendency to "parent" their employees, thus treating them like children rather than have an adult employer to employee relationship. Benefits and pay are great but the company is just like any other oil company; when oil goes down, people get cut.
Management lacks skills