Tax Accountant (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 1, 2018
In general the overall aspect of the company is good but there are many managers and directors that are hard to work for. Many are very much micromanagers. They promote work life balance but get on to you for being out with your kid. Promised many things during my interview and very little have been delivered on,
Sr. Measurement Analyst (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK 73102 – June 12, 2018
Ability to work independently and make practical decisions to improve processes. I learned all aspects of the natural gas industry. I was given many opportunities to travel to field locations to observe operations at meter sites. Many training opportunities provided over the years to include Microsoft Office, Gas Measurement specific software and self improvement training classes. Great culture of teamwork and common goals. Management has improved over the years. Most stressful part of the job was the end of month deadlines, potential problems that were out of the control of field technicians or office analysts but it was a good challenge to face, work through and meet the deadlines. Enjoyed my co-workers and my job.
HR Assistant (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 1, 2018
Only worked there for 9 months, not much to give a review on. They were in a transition when I was there from Enogex to Enable Midstream. Many changes were taking place at that time with employees, management and merging with Centerpoint.
Poor management leads to uncertain working environment
Sr. Environmental Specialist (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 13, 2017
Enable Midstream has poor communication regarding the direction of the company as a whole from the top down. This poor communication leads to uncertainty in the work place and a feeling of uneasiness throughout the offices. As a result, expectations are not clearly defined and the results intended are never met.
Most of the people who work for Enable are great, and this is definitely the best aspect of the company. Unfortunately, with each day less and less of those wonderful people are working there.
IT Desktop/Field Support Technician (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 30, 2017
- Check ticketing system for work orders/tickets to be resolved for the day. -I learned how to work on Field sites. - Management was flexible and personable. Friendly and motivate. - workplace culture is positive and together like a family. - Trying to get more equipment to help out our customers and the demands of growth in the company. - Working with my teammates and visiting with customers.
Environmental & Safety Specialist IV (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – September 18, 2016
Made a major career move going to Enable and planned to make it my last move. Within six months of making the move, there was a company wide 10% lay-off. Corporate office decided to consolidate 3 states into one office in OKC. So it came down to "move to OKC or find another job". Its been more than a year since the lay-off and I'm still trying to find a job.
excellent salary, benefits, time-off, great co-workers
shady management, lack of reliable upper management