Great question! STEP complies with all employment standards in the applicable jurisdictions as well as best practices in the industry. Our shifts, which rotate between day and night, are 12 hours long in the field.
Answered by STEP Energy Services
You will get screwed over , you will work over your hours , then get switched from days to nights and then back to nights from days , you’ll get completed screwed over on pay , it’s almost as if this company has a sick infatuation with being as inconsiderate as humanly possible to their employees . They will then fight you on your replicon and say you’ll get more hours in the shop if you trim down your field time and then vehemently try to convince you it’s the same amount of money but you’ll never see it .
I enjoy the hours in the field it is nice only doing 12hr field days with a max of 2 hours travel on each end and always having a cross shift. I come from service lines that don't get that luxury and I ended up incredibly over houred frequently but not here they are actually pretty good about not running over houred
Answered - Op4 frac (Current Employee) - Red Deer, AB
Long days as expected in this industry.
Answered - Pump Operator (Current Employee) - Clairmont, AB
Longer than normally expected in a field setting, they like to push limits and go over hours
Answered - Blender Operator (Former Employee) - Clairmont, AB
I'm in the office Mon - Fri from 8am - 430pm. Pretty good hours and I'm home every night so no complaints here.
Answered - Jr. Training Coordinator (Current Employee) - Red Deer, AB