Lehigh Hanson
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About the company

  • CEO
    CHRIS WARD
    60%
    approve of CHRIS WARD's performance
  • Founded
    1897
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    Lehigh Hanson, Inc. Irvi...
  • Link
    Lehigh Hanson website
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Operations Engineer in Vancouver, BC
on 22 November 2022
Old school industrial operations
Lehigh is an old school company in an industry that gets no attention. The operations are run on a shoestring budget with lots of micromanagement from senior management. They run 24/7 operations, so expect long hours, being on call, having minimal support, and no OT if you are an engineer.
Operator plant/Loader in Saskatoon, SK
on 19 September 2022
Poorly managed sometimes toxic
Poorly managed. No salaried workers unionized and bosses always make comments about lazy union workers. Manager treats anyone who doesn't have university degree like they are a lesser human. Less then 1% wage increase per year. Old patched together equipment. Clear favoritism. Chronically understaffed so no opportunity for holidays. No production or safety incentives. Loud dusty environment. Constant fear of being fired for breaking safety rules that are constantly being changed. Revolving door no experienced efficient employees stay.
Loader Operator in Victoria, BC
on 14 July 2022
Wasn’t fun here at all.
Poorly Run, just chaos old equipment,there was no team, It’s just show up go home that’s it it’s a paycheque but sure was hard coming here to work. It’s a corporate world nobody listens they look at ya that’s it you’re just a number
Driver/plant operator/loader operator/labourer etc. in Greater Vancouver, BC
on 22 June 2022
Good money if you are a robot and just work and do your job and don't talk and get involved with the work culture and politics.
Good pay...... but you sacrifice any personal life for it. No fixed schedule as to when your shift will be finished..... it's whenever the job is done. Most workers just phone in sick because this is becoming the choice they are limited to. Bad management and culture. Most is dictated from the U.S. subsidiary company and long term local management that has been hanging around just to settle some scores and holding grudges. A lot more disconnection between workers and upper management. Lack of positive communication and they won't listen anyways to accomplish maintenance and company issues. Meetings are held just to enforce dictatorship rules and nobody speaks up much anymore other than to make the odd comical sarcastic remark. Worst environment it's been here in a long time ever since they have a new approach with extra managers and upper management shuffle.
Supervisor in Lower Mainland, BC
on 21 March 2022
Mobility is easy - If you're competent.
Communication, whether it be between coworkers, other departments, other regions, is a disaster to put it lightly. Max. 3% raise a year, max 5%-10% increase if you get a promotion. If you choose to work here make sure you negotiate high initially. Most of the workforce is unionized and obviously plenty of animosity between management and hourly employees. Can make for many unpleasant interactions. Generally individuals on all sides are alright but like lemurs in a group. Make no mistake, profits & shareholders are #1, not safety or mental health or whatever memo they're sending globally that week. If you can deal with everything else, benefits are typically very generous despite pay, can make up for it in a few scenarios.

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