great place to work at as long as you are not part of production and the only reason I say that is they deal with a lot of chemicals and operators constantly get exposed to them. salary and maintenance employees make good money and have a good working team.
Production (Current Employee) – Texas – August 14, 2017
Because salaried-exempt employees are not eligible for overtime pay under the FLSA, employers may require them to work extra hours without extra pay. Even so, when forced, excessive work hours became the "norm" every workweek, some salaried-exempt employees filed and won so-called mandatory overtime lawsuits.
Work long hours but had fun doing it. Made good money loved every minute of this place good management give good raises good insurance have no problem with anything didn't get in trouble I would love to go back and work for them
Great job.1st job I ever wanted to stay with until retirement. Good working relations between the workforce and management
Process Technican II (Former Employee) – Greenville, Tx. – June 21, 2016
Loved the job because it gave you time to have family time also. 12 hour shifts, learning more than 1 machine. The only downfall was too much middle management that was a waste of money . Job stability wasn't there either because it was based on the price of crude oill. All in all- a good place to work -just no job security.
it was a great place to work, there were always challenges, but with the help of awesome co-workers, it was a good place to be employed at the time. I was laid off due to the price of crude oil. They make products for oilfield applications, specializing in the fraccing area of oilfield.
Work 12 hr.a day,Learned to run 6 types of machine,management was good to work for.co-work was very good to work with, hardest of the job was wind a team player did not show up ,most enjoyable part of the job was learned production equipment
As a lab technician, the job requires competence, in combination with light manual labor. It also provides some very valuable skills that can be carried over into future. There are times when working with co-workers can be taxing, but overall, if one minds their own business, things tend to flow much more smoothly.
LEAD OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Mesquite, TX – December 14, 2015
A long day you learn how to mix CHEMICAL MATERIAL the management is nice and care about the worker the co-workers are nice and hard workers the hardest part about the job is to stay a wake the most enjoyable part is when you get paid
Process Technician (Former Employee) – Mesquite, TX – November 12, 2015
When I worked there most people were on asthma medicine because there was so much chemical dust in the air. Co workers are great and they will help you learn. You are working with dangerous chemicals and don't always have the PPE needed.
12 hr shifts, 3 to 4 days a week so you always had plenty of time off, Co Workers are great and will help you learn.
Very Dirty. Lot of chemical getting on you and in you. Management did not seem to care much.
I was laid off by someone who had been employed at Fritz for three months. not enough training but plenty of mgmt. letting one know there was a mistake even if its in the system and not an employee mistake.
good work invironment
upper managment is top heavy, two many chiefs too few indians