Not good, cut throat atmosphere, management is terrible.
Carpenter (Current Employee) – Abbeville, LA – July 16, 2018
Absolutely no leadership what so ever. They make empty promises just to go back on there word a month later. Hour cuts and lay offs are always a last minute surprise, and there have been allot of them. The Sales guy isn't picking up any work so we just kinda mope around the shop and hide. We look busy when the "boss" comes around though.
( Midland TX ) Great company but real bad magnament, everyone is boss, to many polacys but only apply for the workers in the field, you work alone and you bring you own tools from you home, bosses don't want spend on tools because they got a fat bonuses end to the year that is the truth.
everyonein the office got bad actitud.
Home every nigth
Magnaments they are all friends with no experience
Very busy and time consuming but money to be made.
Cell Phone Technician (Former Employee) – Carmichaels, PA – March 28, 2018
Work hours per week are no less than 50 but can be in the 70's. Most of the work time is driving or waiting for work to be done. On call 24 hours a day and every other weekend. There is money to be made if you can handle the hours.
Tank Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Decatur, TX – December 28, 2017
I liked working at stallion we were a group of men and women that worked well with one another in the oil field environment, we helped each other in many like find locations and knowing where to take the load once it was loaded.
HSE Manager (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – December 21, 2017
Stallion Oilfield Services was a great place to work with great people and benefits. I learned a lot about the industry and my new career with extensive training and development provided by the company.
Driver (Current Employee) – Cambridge, OH – October 24, 2017
I started in the paris yard then moved to Cambrigde yard to help it out with hopes of advancing up and more pay. Management is pretty good very fair and willing to go to bat for you as long as you do your job and part. Corporate seems like they could careless about anything other than money. We’re a money making yard with dying equipment and low pay and they dont want to step in to help. The job is long hours but easy work we’re beyond busy but due to lack of pay its hard to get drivers. You have to work at least work 65 hrs each week just to make ends meet. The equipment is getting worn down and it seems that there are more trucks in the shop than there is on the road. There are no bonuses and very little room to move up in the company. Hard work and willingness to come in on days off and volunteer for the dirty jobs that no one wants to do seems to go unnoticed at times. There is a big time favoritism here and alot of brown nosing. The place can be like high school At times alot of snitching drama and rumors. Best advice you can take when working here is come in do your job and dont talk to anyone. For the most part I enjoy my job here and most of the people I work with. It can be stressful and a life consuming job at times but it is the oilfield 24/7 365.
Management, company Paid FRs and boot Allowance.
Low pay compared to other companies. Family benefit plans
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Dickinson, ND – September 28, 2017
The job was demanding and required skill to work the different programs to dispatch truck drivers to their locations, purchasing permits, and organizing the schedules. This is a rewarding and demanding job.
Stallion has provided me many great opportunities in life. I have met and worked with many people that i have enjoyed. There inst much for a work life balance though. I live on my phone and it is a job where u cannot get away every once in a while. The pay to the field level employees ins't the greatest so employee retention is very tough.
Working shop foreman/Diesel Mechanic (Current Employee) – Williamsport, PA – August 13, 2017
Difficult place to work with promotions made from within without any credentials or experience to justify promotions. No pay increases and the more you give the more they take. They do know how to keep the doors open but it will be a frustrating experience to say the least
More hours to work than you physically are able
lack of skilled management and no advancement or raises