Code Red Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Code Red was a computer worm observed on the Internet on July 15, 2001. It attacked computers running Microsoft's IIS web server. It was the first large scale, mixed threat attack to successfully target enterprise networks.
A person said this in a review: "Code red was a super-damaging virus for technology, it endangered many things".
Compressor Air Technician (Former Employee) says"Very messy company. Needs new management from the top up. Pay is very low. They are about the only company that still pays there employees every two weeks and wants to pay you $12.00 to work at the plant."
HSE manager (Former Employee) says"They don't care about you no holidays or vacations want you to live in a motel like a bum they overcharge customers and hire incompetent employees they badger customers and don't fulfill promises"
Rescue Technician (Former Employee) says"Stay Away, pay is absolutely horrible! District Manager will find any reason to take hours from you, change your hours with out your knowledge, then lie to everyone. Will backstab you in a heartbeat."
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says"Company massively downsized in Texas they couldn't handle the competition here. Corporate is in the North and thinks what works up there works down here. Not open to ideas. Very unrealistic. Staff frequently changes. Not a driving force in South Texas. Look for work with a more seasoned company!! Cons: Could close doors without notice"
Rescue Technician (Current Employee) says"The upper management is sexist and favors people (men only) and was constantly harassed at work from other coworkers and manager. Definitely wouldn’t recommend working here if you’re looking for a stress free environment."
Instructor/Trainer (Former Employee) says"Upper management provide no leadership ."
Air tech (Current Employee) says"ok work place the mangement just make the job more difficult the it have to be by adding stress to a work place where its really not called for the the job you go on are ok"
Administrative (Former Employee) says"Looks appealing until you realize what you've gotten yourself into. Overlaoded without Operations support in equipment, training or supply of basic requirements to complete a task. Cons: Outrageously Unaffordable Health Ins. Downsizing. Stressful"
Office Clerk (Former Employee) says"This company had the most ridiculous cast of characters working there. The less u did the more u got paid or promoted. People dressed like slobs..I have seen more professional looking people at Walmart. Management , Sales team and Human Resources are a joke. Certain people walked around like they were superior but dumb as a box of rocks. This mickey mouse outfit could pay me $50 bucks an hour and I would them to go kick rocks. Stressful place with many fake people. They get the big thumbs down and the middle finger. Cons: Horrible Management, Unfair treatment"
Rescue Technician (Former Employee) says"Good work only if your in school and need a part time job. Hours aren’t guaranteed. Schedule will change at any moment. And when work is low it’s low. Some pay periods you may not work at all"
Receptionist (Current Employee) says"I have adapted and enjoyed working with this company. Learned alot"
Rescue Technician (Former Employee) says"Zero Accountability amongst management, undertones of racism and discrimination, very cut-throat, favoritism based on color and connection, you name the corruption, it's all in the game there. The workers are hit or miss, depending on their standing with management and their own personalities. My advice: Avoid this place like the plague. Cons: Too many to list"
Rescue Tech (Current Employee) says"I love this job, but myself along with others have had majors problems with management within the last 7 months that have caused myself along with many others within the company to look for other opportunities. I am looking for a company with strong management that provides the tools and the possibility for advancement however neither of those are currently being provided here. I am a very hard worker looking to advance myself and establish a long term career with a strong company. This has quickly become a dead end job so therefore I am seeing other options to better myself and provide my services to a great company. I know this all probably sounds harsh but at the end of the day I am looking to establish a career. I am a very hard worker and my hard work is not being appreciated and the job is showing no advancement opportunities so it is time for me to move on to someone who deserves a very hard and passionate employee like myself. Cons: terrible management/dead end job"
Safety Consultant/level 3 Rescue Tech (Current Employee) says"inspect meters before shifts,inspect all work areas before workers arive. gather all paper work for reports."
Driver (Current Employee) says"I've been here for 6+ years. My job is stressful at times, but overall it's ok. It's laid back, but only because the management doesn't pay attention to what you're doing."
Rescue Technician (Current Employee) says"-Requires physical assessment of abilities that will be taught to you."
Rescue Safety Technician (Current Employee) says"I have accomplished extra training that has prepared me for greater jobs, while being able to maintain a comfortable weight. This one job that keeps you active"
Sales (Former Employee) says"CodeRed came in from up north to the periman basin"
Director of Rescue (Current Employee) says"good intentions, good compensation, poor follow through, weak job security. workers are hard working even when they are disgruntled"
Instructor / Safety Supervisor / Rescue Technician (Former Employee) says"Working with code red was rewarding. I enjoyed my job with them. They gave me an opportunity to expand my knowledge. Wish the company would not have had to cut back on employees. Cons: Management changes"
Nikkk says"They do fake giveaways on Twitter and on their site. Never give the winner the item"