Employee (Current Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – June 14, 2019
Have been working for Webco for more than 10 years. This is a great place to work when you are young or just starting life out. This is a place that you get what you put into it. They have a somewhat laid back atmosphere but do push production. They encourage overtime. Typically 4 12's. But 4 12's in the summer heat can get old very quick. Temps are about 10 degrees higher inside. Webco is filled with great people, and this is what keeps a lot of people working there. They do work on a grade scale system. One advance to this is when you first start you are able to quickly move up in grade/pay. One con to this is once you get there, that is it. There are people working here that haven't had a raise in years. They do have programs like profit sharing and shop experience pay. Profit sharing is paid out every quarter if we hit our goal. Shop experience pay is paid once a year after working there for 5 years. Both have been a hit and a miss. But lately it seems that they have been putting forth more effort to hit them. Even small profit sharing checks have been a good morale boost. I would recommend working at Webco, but it isn't for everyone.
Very unprofessional when it comes to middle managment to upper managment
Finish floor floater (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – October 8, 2018
Be prepared for long hours. 5 to 6 days or nights a week. Managment doesnt care about home work life balance. If you dont know someone high up be prepared to be stuck at the bottom for a long time. Also you cap out at 20 dollars if you work nights. Points system. Way to many politics at this place. Your ideas dont mean anything to managment. If they want you gone you might as well look for another job cause its not if its when they will can you.
SBM (Current Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – June 18, 2018
Great work environment for those who seek to better themselves and hardworking.. if you don’t like your position just wait the 90 days to find something you like, if your just a mediocre and dependable worker they will find a place for you!! I put down a desired salary they went way above that when hiring me..
Open door policies, advancements, and better than a average work environment.
End Welder/Water Treatment Technician (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – May 22, 2018
• FCAW welding in heat exchanger tube manufacturing • Managed the company’s waste water treatment system and heat exchanger tube picking process • Maintained inventory and transport process systems through use of company’s data logs to track all materials
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – May 9, 2018
I was employed at Webco for nearly 10 years. I would still be there had a certain manager not been a habitual liar. If you were not one of the good ol boys or somebody’s family member which there is a lot of, you are not going to climb that ladder. Pay was good, 12 hour shifts were easy for me.
Electrical Assembler II (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – January 15, 2018
This Company was a fun place to work, they gave you the opportunity to learn everything. and I did. A lot of my Safety training started here and I am very thankful. They gave me the desire to futher that knowledge and I took advantage of it.
Endwelder Operator (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – January 3, 2017
A typical day is 12 hour shifts with a 3 day week considered full time with opportunities for overtime. There is a myriad of skills you can learn at Webco, but with hit and miss with management and supervisors it depends on who you're under with how much you can grow. Overall there is a good team mentality. There is some job stability but since Webco is tied to the pipeline layoffs have happened in the past, some minor some major.
Tank operator (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – December 3, 2016
Webco does a fantastic job of keeping a good structure. There is no question about your responsibilities, job description, what is expected of you etc. They provide good pay and good benefits to their employees, try to have a very professional yet family oriented environment as a company, they are mostly run on internal advancement so there is always opportunity within the company. They have great shifts to promote work/life balance but also allow OT. The hardest part of the job is not getting caught up in working too much overtime.
Excellent pay, good benefits, good schedules, very safety conscious
Drawbench Operator (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – October 1, 2016
Learned a lot of skills while employed with Webco. I Learned all of the jobs webco had to offer in the cold drawing process. Started out as a overhead crane operator and worked my way up to becoming a drawbench operator.
Maintenance Technician / Manager (Former Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – September 5, 2016
I worked for this company for 13 years and they offered me plenty of opportunity. I had to leave because I could no longer walk for 12 hours a day. It is a hot and fast paced environment and while the pay at one time was very good, it is inching closer to minimum wage rather than staying a percentage above it. They try to compensate with overtime and typically there is plenty of that. Its a great place to get your feet wet if you wish to learn a maintenance trade or just make a steady living if you are willing to put in the time.
Tank Operator (Current Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – February 20, 2016
Webco has been around for 46 years. The atmosphere is geared for those whom wish to work overtime. The workday is 12hrs for most employees. Safety is very important at Webco. When possible they promote from within. The benefits are above average. The pay rate is also geared toward those whom like to work overtime.
Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Sand Springs, OK – October 19, 2013
Webco is a good place to work if you like stability and enjoy the exact same environment everyday. The people are great to work with, and the management could be better. In the time i have been here I've had the pleasure of learning and experiencing the manufacturing world, but unfortunately I feel as if I've hit a ceiling on how far the company will take me. The hardest part about working here would have to be the 12 hour shifts on your feet, the work its self however is very easy.