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The worst company to work for
Trainer/Machine operator (Former Employee) –  Orange, TXJuly 1, 2018
They dont care about their employees at all. They just want them to bust their butt to make them money with nothing in return. The management is the worst in the world. They lie to their customers and to the employees. The people in Oklahoma that run the one in orange are so greedy it's all about them. They are just the worst people to work for.
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Fast paced work environment, no focus on family
Machine Operator (Former Employee) –  Tulsa, OKJanuary 27, 2015
At their Tulsa Distribution warehouse, they have various tasks you may do, from cutting steel/copper nickel tubes, bending heat-exchanger tubing, creating fin tubes, or various quality checks of said tubes. It is is a fast paced work environment, but lacks a balance between work and home life. Work weeks are typically around 40 hours, but during high-production times can go up to 72 hours a week and can last months on end. Vacation is allowed based on company needs and if a long planned event may interfere with production, vacation can be denied up to the the day before. For a 12 hour work day, there are 2 breaks; one 15 min break and a 30 minute lunch. Upward mobility is difficult to obtain. They work on the buddy system and not who would be better fit for a particular job.
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Decent pay and healthcare is reasonable.
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No upward mobility for hard workers
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Long work weeks with very little upward mobility.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) –  Tulsa, OKNovember 29, 2014
Depending on the facility, work weeks can be 60-72hrs in a fast paced, demanding environment. There is very little upward mobility and the opportunities to move into managerial positions are slim to none. The emphasis of work over family life is always present, as taking time off for holidays or family events(such as one's own wedding) is never guaranteed even when planned months in advance.
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Decent pay and healthcare is reasonable.
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Little room for advancement and no emphasis on family.
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