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hard working environment/ fast paced
Derrick (Former Employee), Nisku, ABApril 7, 2014
Pros: my crew
hard working environment/ fast paced
long hours
tight deadlines
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always stayed busy
Rough Neck (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABApril 27, 2013
Pros: crew cab, paid for fleights in and out of job site, free lunches with camp job. good pay cheques
Cons: long hours, stressful, minimal to no breaks some day.
come in connect pipe, and clean rig, make meals for driller and help derrickhand mix. or trip out or in which is all you do on your full 12 hour shifts exceept for flow check.

hardest part would be the weather, working in -45 isnt considered fun. most co-workers were good, I get along with pretty much everyone. some where mean to my dummy roughneck – more... and made him cry but i kept him ina a normal state of mind and didn't let anyone pick on him for no reason, I stick up for my crew, out there its our second family from home.

Best part is either sleep or coming home :D – less
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great place to work
motor hand (Former Employee), Leduc, ABApril 26, 2013
Pros: my manager was a great guy
Cons: 7 am to 7 pm
horizon drilling is a good company i learn a lot from them who gonna serve me in the future there was not any hard thing at horizon during my time working them
the most enjoyable time was my co-worker
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Technician/Roustabout (Current Employee), Ballinger, TXAugust 2, 2013
Absolutely zero benefits. Paid once a month. Lots of weekend work. No set schedule.