Precision is a company that I would love to stay with. But the oil/drilling business is always hard due to the rise and fall of prices. The company itself tried to keep ya working. They are a great company to work for.
ok owners are good people, 99% of employees are good people. work schedule can be over wealming at times. when you work 106 hrs in 6 straight days. safety starts to become somewhat less than you would desire.
Real good company to work for. Most of them will take the time to listen. As of every company out there, you'll have pros and cons. Alot of it is depending how much you put into it and how much you can apply yourself.
High stressful work environment in the oil and gas industry. Have learned multiple trades with on the job training. Senior management does not value employee's worth or the job that they do. Precision drilling feels they offer a competitive wage, but has not offered employees a raise in over 5 years. The work schedule is a 50/50 split between home and work, you do not receive any paid holidays or vacation time. The most enjoyable part of the job is the relationships you build with fellow co-workers.
Floor Hand (Current Employee) - North Dakota - January 20, 2020
Company provides man camp and transportation to and from work. I really can’t say anything bad about the company. The money is super!! Plenty of work! Co-workers are good and management is helpful. I really love working here.
12 hr days
14 on 14 off schedule
28 on 14 0ff schedule
they make sure the ruff neck is taken care of and healthy. because they know the ruff neck is the back bone
A great place to work and learn the ropes while working in a team
setting.Great supervisors that took the time to show the crews how to
get projects done.All members learned the proper safety procedures
that apply.Would tell fellow workers about the job.Great experience
A varied knowledge of motor controls, basic wiring and computer controls is recommended to perform with tasks required. Expect long days of work in a variety of work environments and weather. Work schedule is typically two week rotation so it allows family time and time to recuperate. There are opportunities for continuing education if work performance shows dedication management is looking for.