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Fijne, uitdagende omgeving. Fast-paced. Mooie investeringen in innovatieve producten.
-Packaging Wire Coils for customers -Time Management/Process/Quality -Management was okay -Culture was good -Hardest part I'd say is the environment for someone who's never worked in this industry -Enjoyable part was the crews and meeting new people
Horrible place too work . Tons of favoritism nepatisim . Management is horrible more concered about there profit sharing then there workers safety . A casual contract is a way too save money by not paying workers benefits profit sharing etc.
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Dofasco is not what it used to be, they hire you as a casual on a year to year basis. After a year of working your allowed 2 weeks unpaid vacation but dont take it as it looks bad on you. Also come in sick so they can send you home, never call in sick. Lastly if you just wanna feel like a number on a random rotating list of people this is the place for you.
Only hire contractors under an engineering firm that seem to be getting to be getting a kick back. Old full time employees get a raise every day along with a huge production bonus but the new contract employees are locked into a rate forever and they will not even discuss raises
Interesting organizational structure and good exposure to different parts of engineering. Research and development department culture is very secluded and quiet as compared to the rest of the company but is good in terms of making positive changes happen.
While I'd love to say this place is great it's far from that. The opportunities to learn as a technology/engineering person are significant and if your in "the group" you'll advance. Also, if you tow the company line then you should also do well. Operations makes good money but it's a very harsh environment and shift work. Maintenance makes good money too but again it is a harsh environment Negatives - There is not enough money to sustain this business - for instance you have to take you're own garbage out and the cleaning services are atrocious. Get ready to mop your own floors and sit on dirty toilets. While they rake in 100's of millions in profits they continuously cut back on benefits, training and pay. Wage increases are below real inflation rates. Perks - what's that. Need a pair of safety boots - please bring me your shoes so I can measure the tread depth. Training - sorry no external training this year, or last. New uniforms - no way; there's cutbacks so we're actually taking some away. Also, welcome back to the 70's way of thinking. Management is trying but suffers from severe disorganization. They are trying however. This is a dying industry. Don't be fooled. It will be under severe pressure for many years and the new owners are making sure they get every last cent. Even if it means the little guy loses. It's toxic - literally. Positives - The old management team actually cares about the employees. They're trying to stay family oriented. The amount to learn is immense as is the ability to acquire skills for tech. But advancement is not - plus...
Canada’s leading steel producer, shipping 4.5M net tons of high-quality steel every year. A great place to have a career, can end up being required to work a lot of overtime during shutdowns and peek business times. Benefits are not the greatest and pay is a bit lower than other industries, but they try to make up for it with overtime, VCP (Bonus payments) and profit sharing.
Very big company with many production location. The company works very hard to eliminate hasards and dangerous situation. The company is situated in a rural surrounding.
Long Hours, stressfull
A typical day in the plant starts at 6:30 am and you're doing preventative maintenance task all morning until 9 am when you get your first 15 minute coffee break. Then more preventative task until lunch at 12-12:30. Then your doing small tasks, clean up and closing work order until it's time to go home at 3pm. One thing I have against them is that if you belong to an asset line your are expected to work 12 hour overtime shifts when the line is down for maintenance and that can be 4 day of 12 hours and then you have to wait until the line starts up the 5th day and that might not be until 8 pm. So for the 4 days of 12 hours you only get paid 1.5 times you pay and only the last day do you get paid 2 times your wage.
Very relaxed working environment
Long hours/forced overtime
There are an overwhelming number of health concerns you will be exposed on a regular basis. Safety is the focus in training and meetings but not something practiced while completing daily tasks. Shift work gives you time off but is disruptive to normal family life.
Predictable work schedule
Production over safety
Generally good place, dust can be a hassle if you have breathing issues, great bonuses on good years, good retirement contributions so far,management lacks a bit of experience and communication ability.
Good People, Hours, Steady for now, safety driven
Management is in need of direction / experience, environment (Dust, Gasses)
Got great crane experience over the 2 years working there. The management was alright. Did everything I was asked to do and more, and it apparently still wasn't enough. They seem to hire the dead beats instead of the employees who have the skills and knowledge. They make attendance seem like a huge hiring factor, but I never missed a day over 2 years and was never late and still didn't make the cut. A lot of the hiring process is all politics.
Mode pompier est privilégié par la direction. Compagnie recherche des coupables.Quand ça ne fait plus avec les gens, on les jette. Beaucoup d'employés syndiqués ne veulent pas aller cadres car ils sont remerciés par la suite. C'est le régime de la peur.
salaire et employés très sympatiques
mode urgence et manque de respect de la direction envers les employés