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Once "Schlumber-jel" took over it went downhill quickly.Once resurrected they dominated the Cementing Service Line again. Unfortunately however, the "Schlumber-jel" micro managing also remains. Wouldn't recommend working here anymore.
During my time, the pay was fair
Lots of travel, Calgary Management
You will get to work with good guys in the field but will be treated like a number. Hour’s of service is a joke. No respect for the laws with this company. When and if you say something your time is up and jobless. No matter how much you have given. Big turnaround with these guys, no respect from the office. A reason why they have went bankrupt.
Money, field worker’s
Every thing is bad
During my interview I asked how often I would be away from home and they told me I may be out of town for a night or 2 at a time.. during my 2 week on shift I was almost never home.They also said they would train me for a class 1 licence and in the 4 months I was there they never sat me behind the wheel.
Good benefits, people are ok to work with.
Never home, busy 24/7 schedule with little rest.
Long, crazy hours, hectic work schedule, outdoors in all kinds of crazy weather all par for the course They really need better sleepers on their trucks but all things considered: Solid company Especially for a young man looking to get started
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Great guys to work with but, when you’ve worked over 24 hours straight it’s not worth it for the pay you receive. If you like living on no sleep & small wages unless you’re management I’d say go for it! Salary if you’re not working in the field and only doing shop maintenance was 1400.00 every two weeks.
Excellent place to work. Sharpened my abilities to troubleshoot. Management was really good at letting you know what was happening within the company. The workplace culture was they wanted to perform at the highest level. The hardest part was being away from my family for extended periods of time. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people.
A typical work includes long hours from a minimum of 10 hours up to 30 hours work. Not the greatest workplace culture because of the operations people attitude. It's an on call job so get yourself ready for no life and mid night calls!
Trained and evaluated drivers as per provincial standards along with company practices included. I was part of a team that worked well together and had the companies practices in mind at all times but safety was always first when it came to having safe competent drivers.