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not a very satisfying experience

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Former Employee - Rig Welder in Carrizo Springs, TX
Former Employee - Rig Welder in Carrizo Springs, TX

I worked at Saulsbury Industries full-time (less than an year)

Pros

good safety program best one I have seen so far

Cons

not having the experience crafts needed and puts more pressure on experienced crafts to finish the job ahead of schedule and not transferring the crafts with in the company and keeping them employed and just laying them off form one day to the next

Advice to ManagementAdvice

keep crafts that help complete projects ahead of schedule and stay till the last day on the project and transfer to other projects instead of laying them off and human resources trying to find you another project to go to even if its temporary till your scheduled project starts it leaves a bad taste on your mouth when management promise to take care of you and tell you they going to keep you employed till the other project starts on a Friday and then Monday morning they lay you off I passed up a six month project with another contractor because the job supt told me he wanted me to stay that he appreciated my work ethics and that he wanted me to be a part of his team and then wont even answer his phone

Doesn't Recommend
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    needs to give additional cash bonus for fuel costs

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    Current Employee - Electrician in Midland, TX
    Current Employee - Electrician in Midland, TX

    I have been working at Saulsbury Industries full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    overall, a great company to work for. company pays employees per diem. with fuel prices constantly on rise, it would be great if an additional monetary amount was provided for these expenses.

    Cons

    not knowing where the next job is going to be and if there is even a site that follows. being away from family is also hard for many employees

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    maybe think about giving each employee an extra hr or 2 each week to help with fuel costs, since per diem is technically for lodging and food expenses

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