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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
The daily activities of an associate buyer are as followed: preparing, issuing, and evaluating request for bid documents, often in collaboration with requesters. Also working on long-term and short-term projects for improvements. Also creating and issuing contacts to suppliers.
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Nepotism at its finest. Expect to be on contract for at least 2 years even though they will tell you only 6 months. They do not care about you or the work you have contributed will only listen to others feedback. Terrible culture, expect to be constantly looking over your shoulder. The next person will do whatever it takes, even if that includes throwing you under the bus to get ahead. Trust no one. Will be criticized if you take anytime off during your two years on contract.
It seemed like not a bad place to work, great focus on Health and Safety. Dont request time off for doctor appointment or medical test during your probationary period, they will drop you like a dirty rag. In my opinion they discriminate against older new employees who need that time off.
Great place to learn and grow, competitive salary, pension and profit sharing. Lots of extra curricular activities for employees and their families including sports teams, corporate events and support services.
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.
Great place to work I worked as a Contract Casual and learned a few things on the job, like rigging and heavy machine operation, how ever i found that just because i had a few accidental safety infractions that is all the managers saw not how hard i worked on the floor or I was never late or I worked my butt off were sometimes i felt like my back was on fire and my arms felt like they will fall off. I worked at many different places using forklifts power walkies working in heights etc, and my overall work performance was always good and safe, but working here it doesn't matter how hard you work if you do some minor safety infraction like use a hammer or try to unlock a bolt with a Allen key using a hammer you might as well pack up your stuff and go home. So great place to work if you can be a Robot and follow every instruction you get.
I started at Dofasco in September of 2018. I had never driven a crane before and didn't know what to expect. Immediately I struggled due to lack of training. Eventually I progressed and every day I challenged myself to be better. Every day I became better. I have never had a job that continually pushed me and challenged me the way this job had. Between this and the crew I was on, I felt that this was the best job I could possible have. I loved going to work everyday. However my wife had a medical emergency and I had to take a leave of absence in January. While I was off co-workers would message me stating the team leader had said I pooched my chances of getting hired on full time. This was deflating. How could someone be so cold hearted. So I didn't go back. I have regretted it since. Being a casual stunk, and getting hired fulltime was like a lottery, but I loved it.
nepotism, Cold hearted Team leader