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Clean Harbors offer services that are non-glamorous and specialty providers to a wide variety of clientele. Its fast paced and diverse. The cost however is that Clean Harbors is bottom line oriented without much consideration for employee development or progression. I disliked the high turnaround rate, low morale and low pay. This is not for the weak willed or workers without resiliency.
This company suffers in people management. They have some terrible managers in key positions unable to be moved so employee retention is hard. It was a culture where no-one spoke to each-other unless you had to speak to each-other... not pleasant at all, within 2 weeks i knew this was not the environment for me. Management literally instructed to not screen anyone you see that has worked for Clean Harbors in the past. They don’t even want past employees back, how crazy is that of a mentality in a company?
Long time employee, company is in a downward spiral since Clean Harbors took over. Management dont care about what employees know on the front line. Long time, knowledgeable employees are leaving due to the lack of care, professionalism, money and poor company decisions. Horrible management who are cocky, arrogant snobs. Loyality does not matter, you are a number, that should learn to keep your mouth shut. So many empty promises, work hard for little pay and years before getting raises and then you are suppose to be thankful for that 2% after 6 years. They say safety is their first priority...lie lie lie...they are barely squeaking through and many accidents are waiting to happen. Everybody that leaves goes on to do better, so miss this step in your life and dont even consider it.
Pay, benefits, management, safety, unprofessional etc.
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Lots of room for growth Great company structure Excellent communication High health and safety standards Amazing organization Strong employee engagement
Good relationships with management, employees and vendors
Horrible management, lots of Favoritism, you’ll be busy one minute and be off for a very long time… I left for Greener pastures. Would not waste my time with this particular company ever again
Day I quite
Day I stared
- Difficult to get support, and when support comes, it is nearly 6 months to 12 months later. -Solid performers, excellent people, but they leave due to lack of vision and lack of support. - Follow through on plans and targets, often falls apart or pauses - Technology was very poor - Training was old and out dated, documents back date to 2012 - Talent Acquisition - Broken - Way too much turnaround
Leaderrs understood my vision and goals and did their best to support me as far as they could
Technology/Training/Talent Acquisition was too outdated
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Hands down the most Toxic environment I have ever worked in. Management is greasy, core company values only exist on paper, nepotism abounds. No integrity or ethics with this outfit.
Benefits were ok
They will destroy your sanity
One of the most unorganized companies I’ve ever worked for. Training and office management were great to me but when it came to field supervision....just awful. Working in -40 weather with thin summer coveralls and they said they were supplying winter bibs an coveralls and didn’t ( I offered to bring my own ). Overall a big failure in the Hydrovac department. They talk a big game but don’t know anything, in fact the manager has never even run a Hydrovac truck ......lol.
Great training, great office management and great camp
Poor communication, poor field supervision and just about everything else.
Since being hired for one location & unable to supply a FULL crew to perform a service it was then shifted to relocate to another branch. Unable to commit to promises provided during interview. Expect senior personnel to perform duties for inexperienced hired people. Unable to retain experience due to misleading & false promises. Retaining persons with addiction problems thus putting strain on the current crew existing in area. Pay is on the power end of the scale. Have all eggs in 1 basket not wanting to broaden additional areas of business. Poor work moral.
Preach safety but does another, Low team moral, Allows addiction persons to currently stay emplyed, Low pay for the work required
There is a prevailing attitude of every man for himself. Supervisors are ok, but managers are unprofessional at best. Petty, vindictive. Rely on intimidation and public shaming. They do not care about safety at all unless it’s free or covers them from any possible fallout. They will threaten jobs to force compliance with their points of view. I would not recommend this company to my worst enemy.
Management expects more for less. Extra efforts go unrecognized. Benefits and retirement plans clawed back without notice. "Team" has little meaning. Team Members are only looking out for themselves and have very little loyalty to others.
I really enjoyed working at the Clean Harbors office on the west end of Edmonton. I cannot confidently say that all of the locations are as good as this one. It also depends on the department or branch you work for.
Co workers, pay
Field people are a little testy from time to time
Danger was very real working here, but we all knew our backs were covered by each other and the company. They have extensive training and first aid, safety gear that is state of the art. Everyone there was aware of everything that was going on at all times. You felt very comfortable working there. The most enjoyable part of the day was a job well done!
I worked here for four years as a technician for 3 years and as a chemist for 1. My time was enjoyable while a technician but the unpaid commute to a remote location made it difficult to stay for long, so around the time I was looking into going somewhere else I got a promotion based out of the Edmonton Area. As a chemist it was good, many benefits were included with the job including a vehicle plus a paid commute, however the raise to take the chemist job was zero cents. Benefits are meh, 50% dental, never used the prescription, zero paid sick days, two weeks vacation, nothing to brag about, right on mid-low range. I would have stayed for longer but management tried to push me to take a job 1 hour North of Fort Mcmurray, at zero dollars net raise income. The way they tried to accomplish this was by cutting my paid commute (which was agreed upon hiring but not written in my contract), sent me back to $50k/year, so in order to stay at the same $66k/year or so they said I had to go up North. They did re-negotiate a contract at the site I was based at but the way the manager deals with you is "take it or leave it", so I left. Long story short, after four years subtracting inflation my wage went up by $0.95, so this is probably what you should expect: a quarter a year. Most managers were very good, especially at the Ryley facility, but even then, the only way to describe my last few months there is that I got earnings bullied into finding a new job. In having said that, overall this is a not bad company, again good for 1-2 years of work, hopefully no more as the - plus...
Always paid on time