Anybody have any input on Moran towing? Particularly the offshore division…
Check the threads. This one was done not long ago.
I did before I posted. It just turned into dudes bitching about unions. Next.
The only people that don’t bitch about unions are the guys running them.
Let’s stay on topic. Next.
Enarubin might be right. It might be nice for once to discuss the finer points of a company like Moran, that has a big presence in our industry, without it devolving into one big bitch-fest about unions. They seem to be a well-like and well-respected company, but I don’t know as much as someone on the inside. So what’s it really like? Anyone worked for Moran in the last 5 to 10 years and got the nitty-gritty on what its like to work there?
Absolutely love it. Haven’t been here long but by far best company I have ever worked for.
Better get a sea time letter before you leave, because they will not send one after you have quit.
[QUOTE=BoatDrivahh;142982]Better get a sea time letter before you leave, because they will not send one after you have quit.[/QUOTE]
That’s not true at all. I left, a year later I emailed stating that I needed it to upgrade and received it the very next day. Moran in NY is a great tugboat company. The union is crap but don’t blame the company, blame the morons that keep voting them in ( Yay grub receipts!) The office is employee friendly, if you are willing to work over and help out, they don’t forget it, and their benefit package is at the top (for tugboat companies). They have different schedules as well. If for some reason I had to go back to tugs, I would reapply to Moran and Reinauer as my top choices.