hydroslacker (Current Employee), Lethbridge, AB – September 10, 2014
Cons: too many to list
- management is lazy and unethical; spends more time fixing up personal vehicle, rather than drumming up business. Uses corporate account to fuel up personal vehicle. - unless waterton shell has hydrovac projects on the go, you will only work a couple days a week. Badger really doesnt need a shop in lethbridge; nobody in town uses them!
Could be a great place to work for the right person
Commercial Driver and Hydrovac Operator (Current Employee), Oklahoma City, OK – July 14, 2014
Pros: co-workers are all great
Cons: never know when the next paycheck is coming
Great people work for this company. Everybody goes out of their way to help each other. Management really tries to help in every way they can. Badger needs a dedicated sales team to pull jobs in for the whole company. Problem is there is not enough work or it's very sporadic. If it could be more steady I don't think you could go wrong working here. Hardest – more... part of the job is the mud. You will get dirty everytime you work. – less
Driver (Former Employee), Amarillo, TX – March 5, 2014
long hours and hard work. learned a lot about pipelines, oil rigs, gas plants ext. family owned business with a family owned feel. hardest part was the sometimes extremely long hours. the best part was learning everything.
Swamper (Former Employee), Weatherford, TX – May 20, 2013
Get sprayed with mud on a daily basis always on call -learned how to start at the bottom -management is iffy -co-workers are ok -hardest part of the job is never knowing where your going -most enjoyable is the pay
Operator (Former Employee), Conway, AR – October 12, 2012
I started working for this company to get away from the oilfield. The money was very good. The hours varied from week to week. Sometimes worked 5 hours and sometimes worked 60 hours per week. The manager wanted to get into the oilfield and wanted you to work more hours than were allowed for CDL drivers.