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Kelcy L. Warren
I have been working at Energy Transfer full-time for more than a year
Pros – Benefits are competitive. Company growing in size due to constant acquisitions of other competing companies. Schedule is 8-5 for the most part.
Cons – Since the acquisition of Southern Union, things have changed for the worse. Company has abandoned ALL core values and have inherited the processes and practices of the acquired company. Company has become a them vs us environment and management has no reasonable plan(s) to fix the issues at hand.
When i first started with Energy Transfer, it felt more like a family that a job. The acquisition and changes in IT management has made it feel more like you are just working until they are ready to release you from your position, which now apparently can happen for no reason whatsoever.
Steer clear of this company and what it now claims to offer. New IT management have mastered the art of deception and will lie to your face before turning the table on you.
Advice to Senior Management – Take a closer look at the state of the IT dept instead of depending on the Senior Management to exaggerate a (false) positive outlook.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-06-12 07:57 PDT
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I worked at Energy Transfer as a contractor for more than a year
Pros – Travel and team members are good.
Cons – Management. The IT management has no real management style, other than Do as I say, not as I do. The procedures are ALL specific to single incidents. No global procedures. And they are terrible micro managers. If you dont like micro management, then DO NOT work in the IT dept at ETC.
Advice to Senior Management – Put some faith in your employees. In the Houston office, there are several good employees, but the manager there practices micro management, and they have to do everything with his review and permission.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2012-08-13 07:43 PDT
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