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safety was number one, if it was unsafe you did not do it with no questions asked. My direct manager was a delight to work for and if it was not for the oil field crash at the time I would have stayed working there. Benefits were top notch.
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The only positive about working here is coffee. more bosses than employees no communication employee morale is so low its a depressing place to work. pay is not good
Management, no overtime
It was a potential opportunity that lead to nowhere. You are literally just a number and with 0 support. There is never a way for you to be able to contact management when you need them and your literally left on your own demise. P&V sector has no growth and you will always remain in the same position.
Clean Harbors did a company wide survey this year. The results showed what I already knew but validated it as a flaw throughout the company. They do not invest in their employees. Raises are rarely given out and when they are, it's not enough to notice on your pay cheque. They ask for more from everyone without incentive. It is just expected. Demoralizing.
I worked at Clean Harbors for 4 years as an Operator. Clean Harbors as the core company is very focused towards it employees and their well being, and advancement. That being said the management from branch to branch is very different. there is a lot of favouritism (close with management and supervisors) and generally branch management is not willing to help its employees in any manner whether that be broken equipment, training, required PPE, time off, or performance based raises (never doing the reviews if they don't like you). They will constantly send you out of town with less than 24hrs notice and you can expect to consistently be away from your home and family for 2wks-1mth (only those close to management get consistent home based work). Safety training within the segregated branches is ignored and they will make you do jobs that you are unsure about or not familiar with, with absolutely no formal training other than someone who kinda knows the job and equipment (I was on sites where people got hurt over this). If you refuse, since they cannot fire for the refusal they will sit you at home (with no pay) until you quit. That being said the fellow drivers and labourers are generally really good to work with and talk to, and are willing to help guys through uncertain situations.
I worked for clean harbors for 13 years , your a number and will get treated as such. You should be lucky to have a job and will have to kiss butt to say thankyou.
Poor management in my division.
Save your money for you future, bad benefits.
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
Do as your told no matter why. All they want are lap dogs and yes men. Management only care about their bonuses horrible place. If you raise any concerns you are shown a stack of resumes and told you are easily replaced. Hr only looks after management not the workers wh work hard to make their pay cheques.
Providing the best customer service, in person and via telephone and emails. Working on collaborative solutions and always looking for a Win-Win-Win outcome. I have learned that it's best to customize your customer service needs for the best results. Management wants to be successful and willing to help The culture is changing for the "better" The hardest part of the job, not having the answers and having to wait it out until all approvals and variables are considered. The most enjoyable - working with an amazing team, one that supports, cares and willing to do what ever it takes.
Stronger Talent coming in, Better Training and Technology is growing
Health And Dental plans need to be better
Good shifts, good pay, good co-workers, can't complain. Would recommend it to the right person. Bear watch is pretty straight forward and rather easy if you can handle long hours. Offers of overtime are always available if you need as well which is a bonus in and of its self.
Used to be good working there before ( Eveready) but since it's clean harbors it is getting worse, they put the wrong people in management and they want you to be like a dealership, there is a lack of personnel, too much on mechanics plate for the salary they pay them.
I was hired there as a second cook and I have experience cooking actual food. When someone is hired as a second cook with this company they are either making sandwiches for 11 hours straight or cutting fruit and vegetables for 11 hours straight. You obviously get your brakes the only good thing about this company is that you were paid every week. The management Sucks and there is absolutely no confidentiality it’s one big gossip circle and no support
Clean Harbors does not have any loyalty to their employees, and most upper management are bullies. Opportunities for advancement depend on if you are family or friends. Pay is okay but do not expect to ever get a raise. Benefits are okay. Culture is toxic.