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Management at my facility is fantastic, very supportive and genuinely cares about their people. We are not numbers here. Great home/work balance. Pay is good if you stick around for more than a year, with large jumps every year. Job is secure, even through tough times. Coworkers are 90% great. Safety equipment is genuinely important, used/given and maintained. Been with my facility for 3 years, best decision ever. (Not all facilities are as good as this one mind you. I have been to a few others and MOST of them are pretty close). Pros of working here hugely outweigh the cons
Supportive managment and coworkers, job security
Lots of chemical hazards on site
Troubled manager. Can be very rude and demanding over nothing but forcing long hrs per week. Calls ahead before reset is over to verify that your ready to be on shift or disciplinary action would be taken due to short on staff.
Fairly new equip
Heavy on hours
I worked at this company at the Ryley landfill division for nearly 5 years. Every week going back the thought wasn’t about what to do all it was is how are we getting in trouble today. The management here is absolutely terrible. They have no clue what they are doing and have no clue how to manage themselves let alone anyone else. The pay is even worse for the hazards you work in and even if you are the longest lasting employee new hires can be paid more than you. I knew the place inside and out and that still wasn’t good enough. The management promotes bullying and even adds in to get things more heated. If you like being treated like absolute garbage then by all means work here. But take my advice and avoid it at all cost. Even now I hear how everything is my fault or how the managers are going to treat me next time they see me. When I started there we had full crews of new hires at the same time as me. When I left I was the last of those hires there. This facility itself is trash and unless management changes there’s no way I’d even advise my worst enemy to work there. Also, my last week there they made us run the track hoe and rock trucks with no windshields.
Management sucks, pay, benefits, work environment, coworker bickering and backstabbing
Gave absolutely everything to this company for over 10yrs. Never turned down an after hours call. Took the time to learn other processes besides what was in my job description and in the end it got me nowhere. Had to constantly beg for wage increases. Was always told if you don’t like it, there’s the door. All supervisors except the GM manage with bully tactics. Management doesn’t stick up for their workers at all! Worried about their jobs and missing out on bonuses. Hire new employees at a higher rate than existing long term employees.
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Let me start by saying that all facilities seem to run differently, all have a different culture within the Clean Harbors culture (like comparing New York and Texas, same country but very different places). I worked doing the facility technician job for three years, at the time I applied it required post secondary education in chemistry, my facility was Ryley Alberta which is a landfill/transfer station in a segregated rural village. This job is very steady, there is work for the next 20 years in this facility however sadly there seems like there will be little to no net growth in terms of personnel and for that reason with some education this is more than likely going to be a temporary job for whomever takes it. You have the choice to live in a quiet town home to 500 people or drive 70-80km to the nearest city. I chose the latter, which did cost me 120,000 km and many hours of driving over three years. The pay is reasonable for the job, however if you’re an out of town worker which is more than likely then you’ll find out how underpaid it actually is (since the labour pool for this job in particular has been exhausted in the local area). For this reason, do not be shy to ask for the highest possible pay - because raises are unlikely at this facility - highly unlikely I will repeat. This job is a hard hat, coveralls, steel toed boots kind of job, depending on your capacity it’ll be 10% office work, 15% lab work and the rest transfer station work (mostly labour), and any combination up to and including 100% transfer station work (unlikely but if you don’t know - plus...
Steady hours, good supervisors and management.
No pay raises, long commute.
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