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About the company

  • CEO
    Lakshmi Mittal
    approve of Lakshmi Mittal's performance
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    4000, route des Aciéries Contrecœur (Québec) J0L 1C0
  • Link
    ArcelorMittal website
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Rating overview

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Systems Analyst in Indina
on 6 August 2022
Overall it was a good place to work.
Overall it was a good place to work in the steel industry. Most contractors are here. There are a lot of trains and sometimes it takes a long time to wait for the train.
CTS Millwright in Hamilton, ON
on 19 July 2022
Maintenance Slave worker
Working as a millwright in the CTS department you are bused around daily to do preventive maintenance it is a grind day after day hot dirty unhealthy environment that wears on you both physically and mentally as you are treated like a monkey with a wrench just a number. The Hourly pay is average for this type of industry, benefits are not very good and the only thing that makes up for this is the profit sharing and large company bonuses. If money is all that matters to you, if you don’t care about work/ life balance then you are made for Dofasco !$
Millwright Equipment Specialist in Hamilton, ON
on 5 July 2022
Its not a bad place to work
its a steel mill so its dark and dirty and the work can be hard but there is good pay and benefits to offset that. pension and benefits are good but can always be better.
Iron Services in Hamilton, ON
on 13 May 2022
Dofasco is a waste of time.
If you’re not in the trades don’t waste your time. It’s common practice to keep employees on a two-year contract. When your time is up you will not have any transferrable skills to carried to your next job. The work is very physical. The likelihood of getting injured is high. The pay is not as good as it was in the 70s. You will not get the same pay, vacation and benefits as the old timers. A lot of the perks have been cut to keep shareholders happy.
Millwright in Hamilton, ON
on 30 March 2022
Some good people work there and really know thier jobs
the title being said, any attempts to improve meets with poor attitudes, references to "its always been done that way". For a large company that's world wide there seem to be nobody watching the chickens too closely.

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