Not telling due to retaliation (Former Employee) – Boise – March 8, 2018
Was sad to see the back ground of employees was not an issue. Appears to have a few currently in management with pretty harsh back ground, falling in the line of assault with a deadly weapon and grand theft. Was uncomfortable knowing this was a back ground of a manager that has the ability to make a good employees life miserable and get away with it. People are fired to replace with friends without reguard for the lives of the ones who are loyal and hard working. I don't feel the corporate knows the caliber of the hiring of others in manament positions. If you are liked you are good, if you don't do as told you are told then you are dismissed without concern. Why use a back ground check when public can pull the court history is available. I found history and was disappointed that they pushed through and allowed then to make changes on others lives that Truly worked hard for the company in a whole. This is not the first time the Boise branch hired with such harsh back ground.
No loyalty, questionable true values of people, they hire
Service/Support (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – March 2, 2018
Very difficult for an outside manager to get traction. Senior and middle management very short sighted and reactionary as opposed to strategic. Benefits are sub-standard. Never got a clear understanding from HR or management what my bonus targets were. Used me for 10 months and then discharged me without reason.
They hired me to apply process discipline but failed to support the needed changes. The culture is toxic.
Management promised support and timelines but failed to support the service team as revenue from rentals/sales continued to decline.
Parts Coordinator (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – February 24, 2018
Every day is like family. Everyone was great. Loved my job of taking care of the parts room and all incoming orders & shipments. Only big issue was mechanics having access to parts room when I wasnt there. The parts manager got fired and I ran the whole department for about 3 months.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Pasadena, TX – February 18, 2018
Co workers were very good to me in my time of need , I lost my son in dec of 2016 and they gave me paid time off when I had already used mine up , never made me make it up or asked for anything in return . work was fast paced but kept me busy only reason I left is because I got a better opportunity closer to home and with better pay
Incredibly poor management, the location has only been in area less than 2 1/2 years and the turnover at the location was ridiculous. Work and work for them to meet their quota and they still weren’t happy. Back stabbing across the whole company.
Steer clear of this company. Don’t make a bad decision a go to work for them....
Had to be very driven and self modivated to work here.
Outside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 2, 2018
Went through 8 years with this company and watch a total of four (4) managers and sixteen (16) salesmen come in and go out the door. Countless number of technitions, truck driver, counter reps and office personnel in and out also.
Very good people working for this company
Very bad upper management overseeing lower management
Rental Sales Rep (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – December 26, 2017
Company is customer oriented as it should be. I learned about the construction industry and selling to everyone in it from supervisor to owner. Workplace was about safety and the importance that it plays in the construction industry. Hardest part of the job was equipment breaking down in the middle of the night. The sales position was an on call position since companies can work two or three shifts. Most enjoyable part was the employees and customers. Good group of people.
Inside Sales Rep (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – October 15, 2017
Company has a history of high turn-over. Manager quit 2 months after I was hired. Equipment inspector quit after only 30 days on job. Company operates with only one delivery truck which is very inadequate for the amount of volume they have.