Company doesn’t care about the drivers safety and the equipment! They don’t pay for sleeping in the truck if you run out of hours to get your next load. The pay the sux (14.00 hr) plus commission per load. Manager doesn’t know anything about LP and likes to yell at you as a conversation.
field supervisor (Current Employee) – Midland, TX – October 7, 2018
a typical day involves a minimum of ten hours or more, when a supervisor is on call the hours can add up to 80+ hours and you do not get paid anything extra for your time. You get called out at anytime during the night and be up all the next day doing paperwork. The upper management doesn't care about your safety and gives very poor raises. The work culture is get as much done as possible in a day without any type of break.
work too much and get paid too little for your time
Days can be long if you don't like the job, bad part of the job,day can be long any way, a typical day starts about 4 am and ends about 4 pm, all you have to do is drive from loading point to unloading station, if you do your job by the book , nobody will bother you.
Compressor Station/ Operator (Current Employee) – Grand Cane, LA – September 24, 2018
this is a pretty good job the benefits are great and the pay is ok too, but the advancement to other career fields isn't so good locally, you'd almost have to relocate with company to another state or city for a change in occupation with the company. your primary job location may be 25- 55 miles away from home. I work a seven on and seven off rotating days and night shift between off days
Commercial (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 21, 2018
Company has changed dramatically in the past few years. It used to have a family feel but that has given way to a profit over personnel mentality that leaves a fair amount of employees seeking opportunities elsewhere. This has led to a revolving door approach in several departments. There are still some good departments that are led by longstanding employees but those are diminishing as retirement comes or they are pushed out of the company. Ive met some great people but the higher up the ladder those relationships go the more underwhelming they become. I suppose this could be true of any large company. Be wary of any commercial or distribution positions if work life balance is important to you. Excellence is expected at all times but rarely rewarded unless you are in the right social niche. Was surprised that a fortune 150 company so closely resembled a Jr high cafeteria with all the cliques. Micromanagement was definitely the norm in my experience. Be very careful when dealing with Sr management as some often seem to have agendas focused more on self preservation than the good of the company or those they employ. Again, there are still some really good departments, but I'd have my eyes wide open before accepting any role within their commercial groups.
Decent benefits, 1/2 day Friday, nice office building
Minimal work life balance, micromanagement, questionable senior management/decision makers
Records Administrator (Former Employee) – downtown Texas – September 12, 2018
I truly enjoyed working with Enterprise Products. My goal of course was to have been hired directly, but that did not happen. :( Overall my experience with Enterprise Products is one that I am so very Thankful for. :) Just wished I was still there! :)
LAND REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – August 29, 2018
Excellent place to work. Great place to learn about Midstream Oil & Gas. I would recommend that anyone who is looking for an entry level position into the oil and gas industry to try Enterprise Products Land Department.
Desktop Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – August 28, 2018
Great environment full of well paid professionals that enjoy their jobs which in turn makes for a happier environment. Employees seem very well taken care of with many benefits in a relaxed environment.
Enterprise products as a company is not geared towards the transportation side of crude oil. They’re mainly focused on the pipeline side. Transportation and the drivers are merely an afterthought for this company. Marketing has little or no interest in obtaining enough crude to haul to make this a financially appealing job. Supervisors and immediate management are easy to get along with, no complaints on that end.
N/A (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 16, 2018
Pay is good however workplace culture is not. Company only promotes based on favoritism and people that did their time in the company. Hard work goes unnoticed, you are better off trying to make your boss your best friend than working hard.
A typical work day is very quiet. Great environment to work in. Management is by far the best. Very helpful, thoughtful and always encouraging you to succeed. Nothing really hard about the job unless you have trouble meeting deadlines. Their is enough work to keep you busy through out the day which makes the day go by quick.