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J’ai fait 8 ans dans la transformation du métal. Je croyais renouer avec ce que je savais faire le mieux mais mon rêve s’est vite estompé avec une équipe strictement « québécoise » pas très ouverte aux autres communautés. J’étais très visible et je sentais des yeux sur moi partout. Donc j’ai jamais été à l’aise dans ce milieu 100%« québécois »
Aucune culture d’intégration
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.
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
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
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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.
Chez arcelor Mittal j ai développer une culture de travail d équipe qui est primordial dans toute entreprise comme j ai déjà occuper un poste de chef d équipe ou la communication le respect des consignes de sécurité la collaboration de tout les employés est essentiel pour créer la meilleure synergie d équipe en plus d avoir acquis des qualités de leader
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.
They are team with no technical background and they dont trust anyone , they just trust old employee so you never grow or being motivate it because all the time they prefer old employee plus their team is they did anything no one blame them if new one did anything they just fire him/her.
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
Fantastic company with flexible hours and genuine care for personnel. Company built on belief that their Product is Steel and Strength is People. Global competition and retirement has put the supportive culture at risk with a move towards lean manufacturing.