Branch Manager Permian Basin and New Mexico (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – March 29, 2018
Other areas were difficult to work in because of working very lean - we had to run to different locations for tools and man power to get our work done in our working area. Many times we had other mechanics from other area's.
Millwright Apprentice (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – March 23, 2018
Really enjoy my time at Enerflex. The people were great and the atmosphere was wonderful. Able to take a lot of courses while working here, crane cert. confine spaces, rigging tickets, firs aid and so on.
IT Support (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 7, 2018
Not an innovative company to work. Leadership is not at the level required to run the company.They lack the expertise and processes to take on challenges for a continuous growth No acknowledgement for accepting cultural organizational deficiencies
Human Resources Generalist (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – March 2, 2018
Talked about loyalty in their Mission statement, no loyalty on their end, learned a lot about compressors, booked travel and accommodations for our workers, I was health and safety co-ordinator for 5 locations in Alberta.
The branch of the Company that I worked for was understaffed and though we had headquarters to help, most of the time we were without man power to complete projects on a timely manner. In the end the Odessa Branch was closed.
Challenging, Interesting & enjoyable place to work
Field Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB, Calgary & various locations – January 9, 2018
Days were often long & physically demanding but often provided many opportunities for learning new skills & a sense of challenge.Workers often demonstrated a group work ethic that moved you towards a common end goal. Found additional support when required.
The ability to continuously learn new & challenging skills
Position classifications were limited & determination of such arcaic
Sandblaster and Painter (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – December 18, 2017
when i was worked in enerflix is the safest workplace.i was learned to much to my job how to become a good worker.the management is to nice me especially to my supervisor and the workplace is there is always clean and im comportableThe hardest part of my worked is to worked in the cold outside especially in the winter timeThe most enjoyable part of the job is work happy with my co worker.
IT REGIONAL MANAGER - AMERICAS (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 6, 2017
Typical day starts at 8AM each day although start times can vary with all salaried personnel. Technology and environment are excellent and kept up to date. Excellent review and promotion procedures are in place. Great people to work with.
Document Control Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – November 28, 2017
Working for Enerflex was amazing. hours were perfect and everyone i worked with was great. i was laid off which i knew everyone was sad to see me go. once things picked up again i was the first in the department i was in to get a job again. unfortunately i decided to go to school and pursue a different career. i do believe if i ever wanted a job again they would find something for me.
Reduction in Workforce layoff's - work loads were redistributed to employees already overloaded. When hiring came back, they primarily hired management positions and no administrative positions to support the new business goals. HR passed off onboarding to HSE including all medical and drug testing. Typical day was fast paced with little to no support from management when requested. This left the culture in the workplace moral very low. They did allow for craft skills training (paid) and had good 401K benefits, however the health insurance had many complaints.
Apprentice/Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – November 12, 2017
great team culture. friendly coworkers. Nice big indoor facility. you learn a lot here. big lunch room, change rooms. food trucks come around if you didnt bring a lunch. you learn about gas compression and generation. the process and the controls. automated systems.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Wheeler, TX – October 23, 2017
I enjoyed my time with Enerflex. I feel they invested in me as an employee and a person and included my family in functions. I had to leave due to them closing our branch and relocating us to the Texas panhandle.
Manager did not care about employees welfare. Was only concerned about bottom line and did not recognize all the efforts put in or time spent away from family to accomplish the role he did not even hire me for.