Asset Maintenance Coordinator/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – 14 August 2013
Never dull, always a challenge trying to keep equipment running or finding parts for equipment tthat is 30 years old and older. The steel industry is one of the most dangerous occupations to be in. Some of the upper management is very old school. A lot of micromanaging. Do not like change. The newer managers are trying to make positive changes. Most co-workers are very knowledgable. Finding parts for equipment that is 30+ years old. Getting to see the inside of a 30-50 year old piece of equipment.
Area Supervisor (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 3 March 2018
Upper management has unrealistic expectations and do not have a clear understanding of the core business. They have very high expectations of you going the extra mile and putting in extra hours and effort with little to no compensation. Upper management does not support mid level supervsiors which creates a very low moral working environment. I would not recommend this as being a employer of choice. If it wasn’t for a handful of long term employes the place would be in even bigger trouble than it already is.