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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.
They tell you you want to hear when hiring and promise the moon and your their best friend while their busy but once things slow down they let everyone go without warning.
Terrible management, Zero communication know one knows what going on.
Your completely expendable, used and abused when they need you and benched for weeks when they don't. You'd probably make more yearly working in fast food. if you have someone that relies on you making a consistent income, don't apply here
Free lunches occasionally
Jobs are too far apart to make reliable income
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
Loved working out there in bc it was fun got hotel rooms not camps so that was a bonus peridium everyday for after work company vehicles great work environment of u don't know if was never hard to ask what to do bosses were easy to work with and for
Day shift fun
Night shift u forget what day it is lmao
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Equipment is junk, Mangers believe the job trumps home life, so don't expect balance. Taking vacation time is punishable by no hours once you return. No seniority, so don't expect better treatment after time served. Expect passive aggressive behavior and rumors from management after any illness or personal time taken.
Clean harbor gave me a chance to do shutdown in some of the best rafinery in Canada i feel previlage to be part of the clean harbor team 98xp is where we make it happen let's go!!!
Experience money co worker
Away form family
Great place to gain some experience. However I there was a lack of advancement as well as a lack of interest to help me with advancement from management. New employees were making more hourly then myself after 6.5 years of loyalty. I do however miss my coworkers
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The hours are inconsistent, training is terrible. There is no work/ life balance here at all. You're always on call and management is highly unprofessional. Do yourself a favour do not apply here. The worst most unorganized branch of Clean Harbors I've ever seen.
Good pay cheque
Long hours, management
I enjoyed working here, the workers were all knowledgeable and help me when I needed a hand. They all enjoyed working with each other and hung out after work to better get to know the people we, at times, put our lives in the hands of. Management was great and worked hard to make sure the workers were happy.
Good hours, Great Environment
Salary could have been better
My experience at Clean Harbors was very polarizing. As a contractor, some days are very relaxed, but some days are very long and arduous. As a chemical cleaner, the emphasis was always on giving the customer the best service possible while maintaining a safe work environment for all.
The pay, flexible hours in slow seasons, the people
very long hours, travelling for work
I started out in the wash bay and then slowly started working on the equipment. Somewhat understaffed shop wise, one employee was practically useless, yet still continued to be employed when should have been let go long ago. Shop foreman was useless, management was pretty much non existent. Shop is unorganized, ideas were thrown out to help out the shop cleanliness and organization issues but seemed to have been ignored. One employee was useless. Did nothing the majority of the time, when i had to work with him I pretty much did the work while he would find reasons to leave the work area. Or he would go take hour long bathroom breaks. There is no supervision so he got away with doing it, at the same time there is no recognition for myself and how hard I would work at times because of the same reason. Good place to work if you want to make 20 bucks an hour and go nowhere. Met two good people, one of which taught me a lot. In the end I don't regret my time spent there, I learned a bunch and met a couple good people, if management would wake up, they could learn a thing or two and actually get the shop running smoothly. I ended up quitting because I moved.
Poor management, low pay, no recognition for work
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