Avis d'employé sur Clean Harbors
Organization has too many fires to put out
The interview process was a mess. I applied for one role, then the interview changed to another positions, and then the offer was for a third position, all in the scope of a week. The management need to focus on projects and not constantly introduce new ones every time small issues arise. Make the rules, then play to exceptions, not the other way around. You will constantly feel watched and get the sense that your job is on the line for every action. This will lead to more mistakes and no innovation. Apply at Mcdonalds before working here.
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You don't even know if you're working the next day until they send out the manpower list at 5pm. And if you are working it could be at a completely different site and on a different shift. They can't even organize rides from the parking lot to the trailer so you wind up hitchhiking across the refinery half the time. Everyone I met there was super friendly and easy to get along with, but no one had a clue wtf was going on most of the time. The benefits stink as well so if you're looking for a long term job then don't even bother.
Everyone is friendly enough
Disorganized, bad benefits, mediocre pay, no communication, no respect for your days off.
Summed up in one word “ petty” try it and see, ask questions and have a target painted on ur back ,clean harbors middle management sanctioned by upper management will punish you with allMeans available , even if you fly under the radar stick to yourself do your job and go home , something small and petty you don’t know about will get a target painted on your back.
Degrading and humiliating punishment for asking questions
zero communication you didn't know what you were doing until the moment it was supposed to happen you half the time you didn't know you were even leaving to work till the day your supposed to leave you didn't know how long you were being gone for you didn't know where you were going all their equipment was broken nothing that I was trained on was and working order and everything that I came across in the field was broken or breaking
There were 13 hour days which was nice
No communication, Loa barely enough for one meal, seem to not care about employees