Machine Operator (Current Employee), Richmond, VA – July 8, 2014
Pros: great environment
Cons: time away from family due to long work hours.
Fast paced, high speed work day. I get better as a machine operator every day. Great line of comunication with management. The weather can play a factor in production at times. The people I work with are one of the best crews I have ever worked with.
HR Executive (Current Employee), Hyderabad, AP – June 29, 2014
Ability to read and interpret complex business and/or technical documents. Ability to write comprehensive reports and detailed business correspondence. Ability to work with managers or directors and communicate ambiguous concepts. Ability to present to groups across the organization.
Mechanical technition (Current Employee), Pass Christian, MS – June 28, 2014
Pros: good benifits, pay
Cons: lack of communication and planning
Good job. Work is very demanding at times. There is a lack of communication which causes a lot of extra work. Some very good workers with a lot of knowledge. The hardest part is being in an acid suit for several hours without a break.
Exellent Job for excellent company in the wrong location
Process Engineer (Former Employee), Parkersburg, WV – May 16, 2014
Pros: great company with lots of growth potential
Cons: rotational position
Geographic flexibility was a condition of employment in this position. My first assignment was in West Virginia(no diversity), which happens to be the 2nd largest U.S plant for DuPont. My responsibilities included new product introductions, scale up projects from R&D, day-to-day troubleshooting with operations, and capital project execution.
This position – more... was within the company's rotational program in which I was to complete a minimum of 2 assignments. Each assignment ranged from 2-3 years in duration. I was given 30 locations to choose my top 4 choices from for my second assignment. When time came for me to be re-assigned to my second rotation, neither of my top choices were an option. I started a family a year after taking the job, and after discovering that I did not have the option to refuse the rotation, we made the tough decision to leave the company to relocate down south closer to family and diversity. – less