Crane operator (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 2, 2018
I started at Taylor Crane without any experience and within a few years had my CDL and my NCCCO . If you are willing to work hard and learn the trade you can make a good living there . Nowadays most guys are scared to get dirty or even work so don’t waste your time if you fall into that category because you will be sent packing .
Rigger/ CDL driver / mechanic and whatever else (Current Employee) – Anywhere and everywhere – January 16, 2018
Always changing at last minute very fun and exciting jobs gotta be weather prepared fast learner and motivated not scared of equipment and willing to except change and go withe flow good pay benefits are decent and overtime Is almost a guarantee
Overtime and decent pay with benifits
Long days and never know how to prepare for weather conditions
Administrative Manager (Current Employee) – Tulsa – November 27, 2017
I have learned a lot from the people and they always gave me the time off or extra hours when I wanted them. A lot was expected of me but it was flexible in lots of ways. Family run which was nice too. Most field hands work 60 hrs a week.
stayed local most of the time, full time year round w Overtime
Marketing and Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – April 24, 2017
Since they Owner was too cheap to hire a janitor, or front desk rec he had two or three of us fill in at the front desk. On Fridays we would have to sweep, mop, clean the windows of the entire office and then clean all of the bathrooms to save him money.
A lot of times you'd get lunch at 3pm after starting at 7am. Or no lunch at all.
My typical day at work is to go to the office and do billing, invoicing, and accounts receivable. I will do Rental contracts, to answering the phone, or give out purchasing orders. I also will be asked to go out to our shop and organize items we have for sale on E bay, find items to post on E bay, take pictures of parts. What I have learned is Point of Rental and Mass 90 software. How E bay works, shipping, inventory, sales, and still keep fresh on Microsoft Excel and spreadsheets and organization. My co-workers are amazing and we do a great job. My supervisor is very hard to please, yet I know is pleased but would never let you know that with you and will bark orders at you if he is in a mood. On top of being condensing even in front of customers or vendors, which leads in to the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part would be making the sells, seeing our products sell and enjoying customers,and taking care of accounts receivable.
Accounts Receivable is what I do like and making sells.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Coffeyville, KS – May 18, 2015
Long hours, decent pay (if you're a hard worker and don't get strong-armed). Like the title says be aware of who you work with, like most jobs you don't always have the beast staff working by your side.