Entry level operator technician (Former Employee) – Little Rock Arkansas – March 29, 2018
Working at Wells fun was very big challenge for me 1 it was a lot of men that work there 2 it's convenient for me to get back and forth to work and 3 the money to make was just like give it to you you can work when you want it to how much you wanted to but when there was not nothing going on for us machines shutting down or being broke it caused the job to be a little restless and tiresome. O overall I enjoy working there most the time fast pace I had fun and kind of was a challenge forr me because of so many rules and having to be on time with all of your work attire .
Hours were almost giving
Having a busy life is not a good work place for one and that is my opinion.
Fork Lift Operator (Former Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – January 10, 2018
welspun is a great place to work. It is a very safe environment and there is opportunity for advancement. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with production when the plant was running at full speed. I helped store pipe that measured 10 to 48 inches in diameter and up to 40 foot long.
Lead Millwright (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – November 30, 2017
Never ever work here. Good pay. Terrible to work for environment. Lousy superiors that slept half the night in the office. VERY UNSAFE!!! No lock out program and want you to work on energized equipment. This would be a last resort job....
Yard Worker (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – October 26, 2017
good working production place. learned how to band and tention pipes to rail cars. The management is very great. They have a outstanding team. The work place is great. The hardest part of the job is working threw any type of weather. But I most enjoyed the hours and the people
Machine Operator/Holiday inspector (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 19, 2017
no comment you work 12 hours with no breaks only breaks you get is down town when the machine breaks down. production supervisors are worried more about getting a incentive by producing a number of pipes in a day than making sure the quality is great
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 16, 2017
Working for welspun wasn't hard work, I just applied for a position that was not what I received there were times I worked seven days concurrent and 12 hour shifts where I was too tired to even correspond with my children and I was told I would only work 40 hours a week
A typical day for me is training employees new task and overseeing them on their daily activities. The culture is being a handworker you shall be rewarded. I do not believe any part of the job is hard, as long as an employee is trained properly. The most enjoyable part of the job for me, is to work as a team to get the task accomplished.