The Dow Chemical Company Employee Reviews
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So sad. This was supposed to be my dream job. They laughed me out, made me do things I wasn't supposed to then left me to hold the bag when things went badly. Mostly the unqualified staffing coaches and managers that have no business managing humans just because they have an engineering degree.
A culture that does not value shift workers and maintenance staff. These individuals are seen only as drones who have no input on day to day or long term decision making. The result of this culture is demoralizing. They claim to have an empowered workforce, this unfortunately was not my experience.
The company if very good culture and environment for working mom. I really enjoyed work with many professionals at my last job. And my manager was very hands off and allowed me a lot of professional freedom because I have a strong controllership mindset, work ethic and my job performance was exceptional.
safely place to work with and fun and friendly management.friendly supervisor,friendly foreman and friendly co workers.we cannot start the job without the approval of safety inspector on the workplace specially regarding the hoarding.must have fir extinguisher on work place at all times
Was on okay job, the only issue was that all the operators got their kids hired and then their kids got the promotions and it was impossible to move up if your family wasn't in the company. I saw a lot of good people get turned down for promotions, and simpletons would get it. But it paid well, and was safe.
Wonderful career until downsized in 2001 at the salary level of $85,000/year. Had window offices and I was very good at problem solving, follow up, and field sales interaction and support. Enjoyed the travel, the people, the work and would be still working there until now, had I not been downsized and company moved to Midland, Michigan.
Long term career and interesting work.
THe projects were very interesting and complex. Usually entailed complex piping systems and materials such as teflon lined piping, reinforced fiberglass piping, exotic metal piping materials such as monel, duplex stainless steel, etc.
Variety and complexity of projects