LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT/LEAN COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Geismar, LA – February 14, 2018
I question if they value diversity since the definition of diversity/inclusion is identified as white females. This demographic of moves faster and is retented more often than any other demographic group. Middle and upper management reflects this practice.
Chemical Operator I (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – February 12, 2018
BASF provides excellent support for employees. They provide numerous perks and additional benefits. They seem to truly care about their employees and about their well being. I Have worked government and government contract jobs my entire life and this if the first job I have had outside of that, and I can say that this company truly believes in their employees and takes care of them in every way possible. Some of the work is not easy and can be very dangerous but their training programs are very good and they will never " throw you to the wolves". They make sure you are comfortable with your job duties before they just release you to do them on your own. Everyone I met was really nice and pleasant.
you don't clock out for breaks and lunch unless you leave the building
Chemical Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Wyandotte, MI – February 8, 2018
Variety of polyurethane projects take place in the urethane applications building. As a contractor, definitely did not get treated with respect by elders and go looked down upon as if I did not know anything. However, did provide great resume booster and good manufacturing experience.
Global Director, Demand and Supply (Former Employee) – Florham Park, NJ – February 5, 2018
BASF is a company that values it employees and is highly selective in choosing the most qualified person for a job. The culture is very professional and disciplined. If you work hard, are dedicated, intelligent and respectful you will succeed here.
Chemical Operator (Current Employee) – Wyandotte, MI – February 4, 2018
Management feeds you lies, they change policies whenever they want, supervisors are not qualified for their roles, and they basically do what they want. They also took away our on site HR contact, so good luck. Training is an utter ridiculous joke. Operators live off telling on each other like a soap opera and there is more broken equipment at Resins, than all other buildings combined.
Senior Production Technician (Current Employee) – Freeport, TX – February 3, 2018
Overall I would recommend this company to anyone who is looking for a job that pays well, but the work life balance isn't there for me. There is other locations on my site that is not so time demanding but it is hard to transfer once you are slotted to a position.
Good pay & benefits No advancement in lab environment Poor management Enforcement of job duties (some employees are made to do what is expected and some are not) Fast paced in some areas Very Stressful in some areas
Sales Support Associate (Former Employee) – Morrisville, NC – January 29, 2018
Management was always interactive and ready to answer questions. Learned how to handle over the phone conversation when dealing with products and descriptive explanations of its functions. Learned how to better pace myself with conversion, slowing down pace of how I talk. Hardest part was job was constant phone calls. Most enjoyable was overall the environment.
Technical Lead (Current Employee) – Seneca, SC – January 28, 2018
Great work environment with great people and wonderful benefits. Lack of experienced maintenance technicians. Wages are always kept to a median pay scale. Easy to advance with the right mindset. Very dynamic work schedule.