I have been working at TransMontaigne full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Enjoyable and open work environment, training (formal and informal), co-workers and management.
I see the reviews and wonder if the employees listed here work for the same company! No job is peaches and cream however this one is close. I have enjoyed an excellent work environment and while the work can be daunting at times I know I have someone I can rely on for assistance.
Challenges include inter-company communication or lack thereof. I've noticed that a number of employees and/or departments have the CYA mentality which may be indicative of what others speak but if one takes care of their responsibilities and communication discrepancies and issues...not sure of the problem
Advice to Management
Cultivate the culture present at the Atlanta office. Pay can be improved but pay increases for the sake of increases are not smart business moves. Pay for training, create a management training program for those employees that desire it and existing managers. Choose future managers from that team and watch the improvements in the company.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at TransMontaigne (Denver, CO) in July 2013.
The guy who called for phone screening interview hung up on me after I mentioned my salary preferance. Rude, inadequate and unprofessional. Look like the company is in trouble if they keep such managers / HR personnel who are unable to support civilized conversation.
- Did not get to that as they cut the phone interview by hanging up while I was still talking. I heard the interviewers sighing to express his disappointment and then phone receiver slamming... Answer Question
It is not across the mountain but along the river that TransMontaigne gathers, transports, stores, and markets refined petroleum products, chemicals, and crude oil. The company operates primarily in the Mississippi River corridor and along the Colonial and Plantation pipelines, which run from the Gulf Coast to the eastern US, and through the TEPPCO, Explorer, and other pipeline systems. TransMontaigne operates a supply, distribution, and marketing network, and provides supply management, terminal, pipeline, tug, and barge businesses. It controls the general partner of...