Brown nosers stick around a little longer if you can stand lowering yourself to that level. I have always felt your work should speak for itself and if management acts as though they enjoy brown nosers they should not be managers. It seems managers tend to work from home alot which speaks volumes about their concern for their dept. Instead they insist their staff should download business skype so they can communicate with them. They should try coming to work like they expect their staff to do.
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at ClearStream Energy Services?
If whtat going I worked around several people thatvwhere enoloyed by Clearstream. Seemed like they where as good as every other company that worked around us . Maybe it’s just a few bad apples trying to make it look bad for the company. Sometimes you got to realize in life that everyone’s not cut out for this line off work . If you don’t like working for a company don’t try and ruin it for everyone ails just move on
Felt like I was the lowest on the totem pole when it came to their client employees.
Absolutely this company loves brown nosers. There seems to be one or 2 in every company. I feel sorry for brown nosers as they look like complete fools to their co-workers. I think your work should speak for itself rather than lowering yourself to stick your head up someone's behind to get somewhere. People like that tend to fall apart when its their turn to get laid off. It's always a shock to them. This company has its favorites as long as it suits their needs then when the time comes they get rid of them.
I like to know more about this company like What is the work environment and culture ?
How are the working hours?
What are some tips for doing well in the interview?plz tq
If you don’t abuse equipment and follow the dispatch directions you get respect from the shop and get the right workload.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make ClearStream Energy Services a better place to work?
A bonus at the end of the year based on the year of work towards the percent of the worker