I worked my Butt off everyday and I had ppl asking me to come work with them cause I'm far from lazy and enjoy hard work but my trail time was almost over and just before I got in union they pulled this BS about poor working and a bunch of other bs This is why they constantly are hiring....they only keep you if they can turn you into a zombie and have you always working there stupid shift work.
I can't speak for the production side, but in maintenance the atmosphere here is awesome. The maintenance supervisors are all very approachable and willing to help any way they can. Great place to learn how to properly troubleshoot.
worked there without a blemish on my record for 5 months 3 weeks (as it takes 6 months to qualify for their unionization) and without reason was let go one week before becomming a union member. just a dirty awful place to work. your expected to work around completely exposed furnaces doing extremely heavy labor that even in the best of conditions should limited and they push and push you until you either break and quit or you survive long enough to be let go right before becomming a lifer.
dirty, long hours, moral, awful supervisors, terrible safety culture
Everyday was something new as a Utility man the Jobs rotated everyday to keep thing fresh. As a Furnace Operator the Responsibility was huge on many different levels from safety to making sure production schedules were kept to the best of my abilities