IT (Current Employee) – Midland, TX – July 26, 2018
The company believes in who ever can lie and kiss up the most is the one who will survive at this poorly ran company. It’s amazing that managers can bring in people with no experience and they can get all of recognition when they did not do anything. The people I worked with outside my group were amazing however the IT management needs a real wake up call when it comes to who is really handling what. There are a lot of u sneaking and backstabbing in the IT and what one can do and say
Promising company with ample benefits but lacks institutional maturity. Explosive growth of the company over a short period of time has left gaps in foundational integrity that will be challenging to overcome in the short-term.
underdeveloped organizational structure and cronyism
IT Professional (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – December 28, 2017
The management in IT is incompetent. Most have irrelevant degrees (if any at all) and no previous relevant experience. Management is assigned based on connections. Technology stack is non-existent. The HR process is broken. Management does not communicate any issues to the staff until one day they do firing on a spot by a surprise.
Coding / AP (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – August 24, 2017
I worked very hard for them and loved what I was doing. I has surgery and came back 5 days later to no job. Never spoke one work to any of my managers or who I have been working with for those 8 weeks. The were going to hire me on got my hopes up and everything. It was incredibly unprofessional and very rude. Especially after all that I learned.
Free Lunch every Wednesday.
Management was fake, they put on an act for liking, unprofessional, they are very under qualified for there positions very low communication.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Midland, TX and Austin TX – March 23, 2017
Parsley Energy is the best place I have ever worked. They are a caring , fun family. I enjoyed going to work everyday! The people there are the best! I learned a lot from the CEO. And the management are down to earth people.
Validator/Coder (Former Employee) – Midland, TExas – August 26, 2016
Expected to validate and code around 200 invoices daily. I had to make sure the invoices had been scanned correctly and call the vendor to re-send an invoice if it wasn't in our system right. When coding I called the vendor or Production Foreman if there was a problem with the invoice. The biggest problem was the well name wasn't right.
I learned how to use Spendworks and Oildex how to validate and code. How to be a team player.
It was hard trying to get all those invoices in everyday. I enjoy data entry.
I had 1 1/2 hour for lunch which I thought was wonderful. My own office.
1 1/2 hour lunches. Great benefits.
From my office It was a long walk to the bathroom and kitchen.
The job in itself was enjoyable and challenging. There is a real lack of communication in the local office which is contributing to a sense of fear and anxiousness amongst the employees. Employees are also hand picked for open positions rather than giving everyone an opportunity to apply.