Our company’s success is dependent on our employees and the communities where we live and work. Solaris promotes a culture of safety, innovation and diversity. We strive to provide a workplace where every person feels safe, valued as part of the team and enabled to succeed. We also believe in giving back to our communities at the local level and actively partner with the communities where we live and work.

Our Values

At Solaris, we aim to be first in service and innovation, and achieving this goal is only possible when every employee abides by our core values.  At Solaris, our fundamental policy is to act with honesty and integrity. Our core values encourage employees to be entrepreneurial, safe, act as part of team without ego, and take ownership of not just our tasks but also our mistakes, so that we can all learn and grow from them. Every employee receives a copy of our core values and is encouraged to refer to them often.


Employees and Workplace Diversity

Solaris believes that diversity of thought and backgrounds drives enhanced decision making and execution for the business. As of December 31, 2018, Solaris employed 382 people. Women represented approximately 10% of the workforce and 12% of manager and above positions; minorities represented 34% of the workforce and 26% of managerial and above positions.

Female Employee Representation, as of December 31, 2018

Minority Employee Representation, as of December 31, 2018

Labor Policies

Solaris’s fundamental policy is to conduct its business with honesty and integrity in accordance with the highest legal and ethical standards. Solaris and its directors, officers and employees must comply with all applicable legal requirements of the United States and each other country in which Solaris conducts business.

Solaris prohibits the use of any child labor in our workforce that would constitute a violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.  All employees are at or above the legal employment age as required by law.

Solaris prohibits the use or contracting of any form of forced labor or human trafficking.  We recruit employees and provide working conditions, such as the payment of wages and benefits, that comply with applicable laws and regulations.

Solaris recognizes the rights of employees to engaged in “concerted activity”, namely the right to join associations and choose representative organizations for the purpose of engaging in collective bargaining consistent with the rules and regulations promulgated by the NLRB and other governing authorities.


Indigenous Peoples Policy

Solaris respects the identities, unique history and diversity of cultures of indigenous peoples. We respect the legal and constitutional rights of indigenous peoples and work collaboratively with indigenous peoples when providing goods or services implicating their lands and territories. 


Giving Back to the Community

Solaris’ policy is to provide a work environment free from all forms of unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
Solaris believes in giving back to the communities it operates in. In Houston, Texas, where the company is headquartered, we actively support local police-sponsored charities and efforts such as Blue Santa and anti-gang task forces. In Early, Texas, where our manufacturing facility is located, we sponsor city events through the Early Chamber of Commerce, local rodeo and local schools and youth organizations. In 2018, Solaris was awarded the Large Business of the Year award by the Early Chamber of Commerce for its contributions to the community.

Photo on the left: Solaris Houston employees participate in Blue Santa, which is a Houston Police Department sponsored charity that donates holiday gifts to underprivileged families and helps police officers build bridges with the Houston communities

Photo on the right: Solaris receives award for Large Business of the Year from the Early Chamber of Commerce


Industry Engagement and Employee Development

Solaris is a member and active participant in the Petroleum Equipment & Services Association (PESA). We send many of our managers through PESA leadership and other training to develop skills needed to excel in today’s workplace. We also participate on PESA’s advisory board, mentorship program and ESG committee, which helps provide tools for other member companies, both public and private, to develop their own ESG programs.