This company will literally work you to death. Because of they way they worked me, I had back to back shingles outbreaks for the first time in my life which I am still dealing with. I'm in my 30s. Also I was given the responsibility of multiple positions while getting paid for 1. Not worth it.
We have two people covering an entire state and two product lines. We do the work of 4-7 people easily, but they refuse to hire anyone, so 99% of days are 14 hours or just under that. They can’t plan anything so they badger you to fix their problems while they go home and you work on days off. The chaos is daily and never ending. Management is never around when you need them but always there when you mess up. They will write you up for anything. Absolute most poorly ran company I’ve ever worked for. Benefits suck too, and they’re trying to force us to commission instead of hourly pay. STAY AWAY FROM PILOT THOMAS they are about their bottom dollar, not you or your family.
Extremely corrupt. Lies , favoritisms. New manager is a office clown with numbers and has no idea about the oilfield (1 day ride along doesn’t count) and that goes for safety also. 1 week before Christmas we were pretty much forced into paid by the load by MR. pencil himself . No notice no respect . A WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS
HR is also involved. Involved in your payroll and termination if you speak up.
None of those ladies act or look professional either . Rude and frumpy.
Where can I begin, completely destroyed cactus fuel upon arrival. Too much meaningless paperwork daily . To many rules invoked to remember . The vise keeps tightening and tightening with these people.
PROTREDD and JSA’s are more important than customers or even drivers ...
I enjoyed working at PTL. The corporate office is located in Downtown Fort Worth, and that was really my only dilemma for working there. Parking was difficult at times, but all the other perks made up for that.
The fellow employees were self absorbed but one. The manager tried to help, but he was lost in his translation of our job description because corporate didn't describe to him of our position total job description,.
Being a Frac Technician with Pilot Thomas Logistics is the most rewarding job I've ever had. I was hired on with zero experience, came out with certifications I never thought I'd have. The pay is great, work is hard at times, but its expected. I mean come on, it's the oilfield. I love PTL !!!
Manager only care about themselves.
You must do what they say even if it’s wrong or against company policy, and if it goes wrong they hang you out to die, if you refuse you go on their black list, they do not communicate well and are very rude & disrespectful and If you say anything or have a problem with it, the black list you go. If you don’t mind being treated poorly for very little pay. Go for it. It’s a job that will get you from A to B, but not many stick around.
A job to get you by
Horrible service, horrible communication & extremely horrible management
Untrustworthy I wish i never left my previous employer to work for these rats they care nothing about their employees the list goes on and on they are the most unprofessional group of people i have ever worked for in life!!!
Poor management who sleeps around with the employees and whose ever a snitch they will gain all hours versus the hard workers. Can't go to anyone because they're too busy either kissing but or sleeping around with that same one who makes the schedule. You're only a # with this company. Sad part is if they don't change they're going to loose every contract they have. Its already happening
I use fuel to frac and meeting new companies to work for making sure they are happy with the work that that I'm giving with my services most of the time we can be on the same job site for more then 3weeks at a time but my rule is long as my customer is happy I'm doing my job right
If your not in the buddy system y’all get canned. Middle management plays the race card and sleeps with the subordinates. They’ll fire you without having anything on your record via no write ups or warnings. But if you kiss their butt you can get away with spills, run outs, and your get all the hours. If your Mexican your get first in line when asked to stay past your scheduled days.
If you dedicated your life to work for money in exchange of your dignity and family joy, PTL is a best employer for you! At PTL, the Texas ”right to work” is alive there:when you got a job there, you will make money and the same time work miserably in terrible conditions where you wake up every day not wanting to go to work, you go only when you start think about your bills. There, it is spirit of take
it or leave it!
When the company was Thomas petroleum it was great but once it got merge with pilot it went down the drain . Managment was good and job security doesn’t exist since it’s base in oilfield customers . I was laid off in 2016