I've worked for Enerflex for almost a total of eight years over two different shop jobs. Unfortunately my management has been unable to maintain a steady work flow the last two years. Due to this the job security has become questionable on good days, and the chance for advancement in the company is next to none. As for my management it is continuously changing "suit the needs of the company" but from my end of it there's a lot of shady things going on. Asking your production manager to lay guys off and the laying him off after he's done all the dirty work is a little too underhanded for my likings. Currently the vessel shop has had an outrageous repair rate so I was asked to go over and help clean things up over there. Too my understanding I have been doing a good job but now that the "rush" jobs are almost done they are looking for heads to roll over things taking too long and having bad quality. Which seems to me that management isn't doing its part to help the guys along and only does what suits them best. Other then that the work environment is amazing, all the workers get along with nonresistant to minimal problems that I've ever seen. The hardest part of the job has been learning to fit and weld for myself in a timely fashion. We don't employ the use of fitters to prefit anything, the welder is just expected to clean, fit up and weld piping on their own.
Occansional lunchs good vacation package
Never knowing whats really going on with the company