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Good start
Analyst (Current Employee), East Chicago, INMay 4, 2015
This is a great place to start your career. It is a global company, and has the opportunity to gain experiance that one would not get at a smaller company.
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Hard work environment
Intern (Former Employee), Cleveland, OHApril 7, 2015
Typical Large Steel mill with complex interrogation issues and no available parts to replace obsolete equipment. Witness a lot of cunning thinking to work around issues in a Polar vortex.
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Production
Manager - Process Quality Control (Current Employee), TrinidadApril 3, 2015
Quality, Production and Logistics review and decision making in order to meet customers requirement. Good management experience in heavy industry/ unionized environment.
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Great Benefits, Change Adverse, Lack of Accountability
Sr. Quality Engineer (Current Employee), IndianaMarch 15, 2015
Pros: benefits, work/life balance
Cons: poor communication, lack of accountability
Company has many seasoned professionals that still run the business. As a young worker, it will take much patience and ambition to make slow moves up the ladder.

Company is slow to adopt change and is in need of younger talent to help take the company into the future.

Benefits are outstanding. Work/Life balance is good.

Communication is top down, so messages are not always passed down.

Accountability is not enforced.
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Good Place to work
Specialist, Maintenance Planner / Scheduler (Current Employee), Calvert, ALMarch 9, 2015
Pros: Geat Benefits. Good training programs, self paced, not a lot of pressure
Cons: Location, long drive. Pay is average to below average
God place to work with strategy being worked to improve overall aspects of he company. Long drive to location (1 hour). Plant speed limit should be increased on main roads (currently 20)
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Unacceptable place to work
Quality Assurance Analyst (Former Employee), Calvert, ALMarch 4, 2015
Pros: free parking
Cons: lack of professionalism
On a typical day I would conduct routine and non-routine analyses of in-process materials, raw materials, finished goods, or stability samples.

I learned a great deal on the creation and processing of steel.

Management is nonexistent. This company is a combination of close friends and family members, very cliquish and unprofessional.

Co-workers consist of a bunch of uncouth and unprofessional drama-queens.

The hardest part of the job was being one of 5 people in the whole quality department to do any work.

The most enjoyable part of the job was a sense of accomplishments, considering the lack of direction.
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stayed busy
greaser and luber (Former Employee), Princeton, WVFebruary 27, 2015
Pros: good pay and stayed busy
Cons: night shift and dealing with chemicals
a decent place to work good pay for the position I held which is
a lubber and greaser. I changed the filters and fluids in all the equipment.
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A good experience.
Mechanical Engineering Intern (Former Employee), Vinton, TXFebruary 15, 2015
It was my first experience in the industry. I learned to communicate with other professionals in order to achieve a common goal.
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Overall, very good company to work for.
Manager (Current Employee), USAFebruary 15, 2015
ArcelorMittal USA is very good company to work for as a corporate entity. Corporate resource support for individual facilities varies widely, so do your homework before committing to a specific plant.

If you are willing to relocate, there will be outstanding opportunities available for you through all of the functional areas of the business.

While still a work in progress, ArcelorMittal has done a great job of not being "Steel of Old". The old ways of yelling, and management by intimidation and coersion are largely past and are not valued by most senior managers.
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Good Pay & Good Benefits - Horrible Management
Operations Shift Manager (Current Employee), East Chicago, INJanuary 19, 2015
Pros: pay and benefits
Cons: management makes the job unbearable
The pay and benefits are decent, but not worth the constant insults and lack of support and backing from management. If you do something good that leads to being noticed by the upper level execs, management will take all of the credit, but when something is done that puts management in a negative light, all of the blame is placed on you.
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always learning something new
Financial Analyst / Internal Logistics (Former Employee), East Chicago, INJanuary 7, 2015
Pros: received a bonus all most ever quarter, flex time, dress how you want yo
Cons: long meeting
A typical day was learning something new, communicating with co-works about their skills and working in the steel mill.

I learned how to use all types of programs and mainframes that were created in house and I was very very good.

The management team great. They were very hard on you because they wanted you to learn and do things that would have the company become more profitable.

My co-workers were great, for one of the reason was there were all race, religion, color and back ground. This gave us the opportunity to learn other cultures.

The hardest part was working the financial close it was always under a tight schedule and deadline.

The most enjoyable part about the job was working in the mill doing logistics work with the trains and trucks and working with vendors.
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Great experience, new skills
Process Automation Intern (Former Employee), East Chicago, INDecember 15, 2014
Pros: great management, strong benefits
Cons: manufacturing environment
I was a bit nervous at first as it was centered around programming and was in the heart of the steel mill. However, the mentor-ship I received and guidance on my projects enabled me to develop my programming skills and really enjoy my time.
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Good Company, Still Developing it's Identity
Engineer (Current Employee), Burns Harbor, INNovember 19, 2014
The company in some ways is very advanced and in others still behind the times. They are working very hard to achieve a singular brand and notoriety as the largest steel company in the world but at the same time they are still using older business systems that require an emulator just to run on a modern computer. The employee compensation package is comparable to other large corporations. Safety is a key factor for this organization.

Change is very slow and in some cases unwanted for some of the segments. In other segments change is a much needed breath of fresh air. The company is still male dominated and requires some knowledge of the "boys club". It is difficult in some ways to describe but there is still some gender inequality.It is also frustrating to see so few ladies entering the mills and working alongside the men. However, if one has the strength, courage and conviction to work in a steel mill all of the previously mentioned cons can be overcome.
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Job is not the same since under new management
Industrial Electrician (Current Employee), Laplace, LAAugust 23, 2014
Pros: could be a very decent place to work
Cons: management needs to get they act together
typical day at work is to keep the plant running dealing with anything electrical,learned a lot through extra traing provided by the company and myself,management for some reason can't get the proper traning so the production & shipping department can operate at a productive capacity, most of my co-workers are fine 2 work with,the hardest part of my job is always telling management that they need to start holding employees accountable when they damage company property, but that all goes back to management & the most enjoyable part of my day is making sure I come to work & leave work the same way I came to work.
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not a dull place to work
MECHANICAL PROCESS MANAGER (Current Employee), Burns Harbor, INJune 22, 2014
Pros: the days go by fast
Cons: long hours
no complaints, great company with excellent employee benefits and compensation.
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Productive and fun workplace.
Sr. AUTOMATION ENGINEER - Process Automation (Current Employee), Indiana Harbor, INMay 21, 2014
Learned a lot technical aspects of the job. Managed multiple projects to increase the production and improve the quality.
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Redundant
Rolling Mill Intern at Conshohocken Steel Mill (Former Employee), Conshohocken, PAMay 14, 2014
Quality company, facilities are set in their ways so changes or updates take a long time to implement.
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Job security. You won't get fired unless you really mess up or steal big stuffs
Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee), Chicago, ILApril 10, 2014
Pros: excellent benefits, job security
Cons: 24/7 on call.
I am in maintenance. The work/life balance in maintenance is poor. You get stuck in the evenings, get called at night to help fix things.

Since the union employees do the actual physical work, you won't learn much unless you go out of your way to learn by urown.

Actual workers never get blamed, it's always the supervisors.
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working Production
BOF shift supervisor / Casting (Current Employee), Cleveland, OHFebruary 6, 2014
Pros: good wages
Cons: personal
work 4 days a week at least 12 hours a day. Learned a different type of Mill. Some good co workers some bad. No hard part. Crew had never worked in a steel mill.
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Productive work place
Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee), Vinton, TXDecember 21, 2013
There is never a dull day and anything can happen, whether it be a mechanical malfunction or electrical. Safety is the most important part of working at Arcelormittal. Co-workers are constantly on the look out for your safety and are good mentors. The most difficult part of the job is working in extreme temperatures through out the day, but not every day is the same. The most enjoyable part of the job is that no matter what type of day your experiencing, the fellow co-workers will help motivate you.

About ArcelorMittal

Few metal makers have the mettle of ArcelorMittal. The company is easily the largest steel-making entity in the world, producing – Read more

ArcelorMittal Salaries

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$85,000 per year
Project Analyst
$50,000 per year

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