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Depending on what team you are with (they rotated teams in this department each year) it could be great or very bad. First team i was with wasn't very good. Some guys training me were condescending. One girl I worked with would talk with all the guys but would hardly talk to me (I am a girl). I felt very alone on that team. A year later on the next team it was great. We all got alone very well. We would talk on breaks instead of sitting in silence like last team. We would order food together on weekend shifts. Learning from and teaching others was pleasant. Work flow was overall great on this team.
Sometimes got stuck working with sh!tty people
I was hoping for more. Dark dirty steel mill which seemed very depressing. Old workers relying on young new workers to do there jobs. I wouldn't recommend this dirty depressing company to my worst enemy. They need to change the mentality by getting rid of all the dead weight.
Typical work day was 8 to 5. My direct supervisor and collogues was nice. However, there wasn't much training of the job when I started. Each year, I met all my work expectation, never had a warning or violation. Suddenly one day the middle management fire you without a cause. My direct supervisor doesn't even know of the firing. The strength is our people was all lies.
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VERY poor leadership, culture lost in time. Do not apply here if you have any respect for your self. Poor wages and benefits, bullying is going on strong and hard every single day You will go home every day hating your life.
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Tough work but they pay you well. Team leaders were very helpful and got the atmosphere was actually pretty positive considering how tough the work is. Enjoyed time working here before covid layoffs
good pay, days off
Good job and laid back for the most part but hard to make sense of it when you have to work for 2 years just to be full time.. hshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshshs
1-2 year probation
Was hired for a specific role in the IT department but the “specialist” whom I was hired to help didn’t want to train. I sat there for over a year doing pretty much nothing. I would ask to help/work so much the manager told me to stop asking. The group and manager I worked with were highly unprofessional to the point that it was abusive. Team members would yell and walk out of team meetings almost every week. They would trash talk each other behind backs. A common occurrence would be that I was told wrong information by senior team members (absolutely clueless old guys who literally made up nonsense when they didn’t know what they were talking about) then the same guys would complain about you. Even worse if you actually fixed an issue after you were told bogus information they would complain about you. Same old guys would chat it up all day either on the phone with personal calls or in person with other co-workers, but if you make one phone call to your doctors office they complain about you making personal calls. Management didn’t care about anything going on as they were retiring in less than a year. New tech-leader in training was one of the most miserable human beings on earth who would regularly trash talk his own family and children, the job, and co-workers. My predecessor left this position because of the same issues. They would constantly trash talk him. My father died during my employment here, they would literally make jokes about it. I had to take a medical leave and the day I came back I was let go. This was one of the most dysfunctional - plus...
I found the co-workers and the work to be pretty good. But management in my section did not have much experience with managing and there was a lack of meaningful work to do. There is also a lack of job security as automation kicks in and the lack of structure that is currently there
Relaxed work atmosphere, great people
Lack of meaningful work
As a younger person going onto a contract there wasn't much risk to applying and trying to get a full time job. After working here for a while I came to learn that contracts aren't for everybody in every situation but it served me well, compensated me well for the work I was doing and gave me a lot of experience and opportunity I wouldn't have seen else where. Overall an amazing corporate culture with opportunity for community involvement as well as recreational teams to be apart of in your free time. I met a ton of great people there and a couple not so great people but that comes with every job. The work can be stressful at times but your co workers will usually be there to help you when you need it and that is the part I miss the most about my experience with AMD, the people.
The working environment at the Hamilton location of ArcelorMittal, Dofasco, is an antiquated working environment, both in regards to the day to day work, as well as the ability to advance in a career there. The employees in position to make decisions are those of a tunnel vision addled grouping. The inefficiencies and illogical work regulations are beyond comprehension. Please take care of yourself if you end up working here, as the money is good enough, but the toll it will take on your mental, as well as physical health, will be staggering.
Everyone at Dofasco is passionate about their company and enjoy working for their employer. Everyone came to work excited and interesting in making the company better.
My year that Dofasco was very joy able. I learned a lot in my small time there. I started off a little shaking but I came a long way. I would say its a great place to work.
really laided back
doesnt train people well