fourteen days on seven days off paid great environment and great leadership.only suggestion would be provide new hires with more information before they start there first day and things are sprung on them
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Washington pa – August 8, 2017
Seemed like every man for himself couldn't really get ahead unless you were in upper management on the wireline side . When I first started it was a great place as it grew it seemed to loose that family orient .
Unless working on the wireline side was hard to get ahead money wise
Operator (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – April 17, 2017
Possibly a good company to work for, management can't or won't give you a straight answer on anything such as: your shift schedule, what crew you would be on and when you may get out on location with said crew or how per diem is paid out. Pay is not enough to leave home and pay for your own apt and living expenses.
Working for junk salary and bonus if you add all the hours worked
Pressure control operator (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – March 21, 2017
Worked for the pressure control side was good money but if you break it down it is nothing compared to all the hours worked no schedule stay gone for a month and be off 3-4 days then back again and I on location for 6-7 days no shower just a company truck
Operator I (Current Employee) – Washington, PA – November 1, 2016
This place has a good system being implemented as I got hired on. They give you the information and the steps needed to take to advance in the company. They are developing a really good training system. The people have all been super nice and welcoming.
Great pay doesn't make up for the fact that management is comprised of family and buddies most of which are incompetent. Hardest working employees are let go and buddies are promoted. At one point company had a lot of great field employees but they have all been let go. If you enjoy kissing up to management, having no life outside of work and the constant threat of losing your job this is the place for you. Look up all the labor lawsuits for not paying employees overtime.
Great pay and benefits.
No personal life. Incompetent upper management. Constant fear of being let go.
The company likes to promote from within and it truly recognizes the people putting forth effort. Whether it be a plane ticket away for a week while paid or an extra chunk of cash in your pocket the company takes care of the people who work there.
Pay and benefits, Management cares for the people under them.