Welder/Assembler (Former Employee) – Sheldon, TX – September 11, 2018
The people I worked with were great! Management needed tons of work though, especially on their personable skills. Its the oil industry, layoffs are expected. Make sure you have something as a backup. Money is great, anything over 8 hours is OT daily. And the point system is perfect in case of emergencies Just an amazing job thru and thru.
Welder (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 6, 2018
Job is pretty cut throat. Pay is pretty good but the turn over is crazy. The moment a lay off is about to happen alot of guys got fired for small things and it really looks like they are trying to avoid paying unemployment only people getting kept around are the old heads. Only good thing about the place is most the people you work with are pretty good.
Good people but horrible environment (health-wise) and cutbacks constantly.
Training and Development Coordinator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 13, 2018
There were very good people there who knew their job well, and truly gave it their best. But health-wise, it was absolutely horrendous. The air was not treated and very sickening, the noise required earplugs even in the offices, and there was absolutely no job security whatsoever. It was the worst roller-coaster of layoffs and cutbacks I've seen in 30 years in corporate America!
Good people for the most part.
Horrible health risks, constant layoffs, low pay for what you do & little respect for lower-level managers across the board.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Alexandria, LA – April 3, 2018
The worst job EVER!!! Too many layoffs and management needs more education on how to be a manager/Supervisor. Culture is “watch your back” Hardest part of job is dealing with managers that have big egos & how some rules never seem to apply for certain people Best part of job is insurance