QA Lab Analyst Sr (Current Employee), Freeport, TX – March 5, 2015
Pros: salery, benifits, being treated as an equal, room for growth
Cons: negative atitude of some co-workers
BASF is a very diverse company in which I am proud to be a part of. The department in which I work is the analytical department. This particular dept. is very unique from any other lab in the company. It has one of the highest volumes produced and the highest profits. What we make in this block is SAP (super absorbent polymer) which is used to make diapers and other products. This is also a very demanding unit and challenging. I love this job and love the day to day and night challenges is has for me. This is the only lab at our site in which has shift work, meaning we work the same schedule as the operators in the plant. 4 on 4 off 12 hour shifts rotating form week to week from days to nights. The people in this plant are all treated as equals. From the managers to the janitor. Everyone has a purpose and is treated as such.
managing the area and maintaing some type of order
Security Guard (Former Employee), Tarrytown, NY – February 3, 2015
Pros: a paid break
Cons: dealing with rude and unruley customers, and or clients
a typical day at work is visitors coming in and out the building, notifying management of anything unusual and in the regular schedule. logging in shipments from other companies, and escorting people around the building, and following emergency procedures.
Regulatory Specialist (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – January 23, 2015
Pros: benefits, safe working environment, friendly co-workers
Cons: limited advancement
The registration process was challenging, yet stimulating and rewarding. Interaction with co-workers was productive and pleasant. Onsite management was very open and responsive to suggestions/ideas and recognized daily efforts and achievements. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing I was working in a safe, pleasant environment with caring, responsible co-workers. The most difficult part of the job was having all administrative positions relocated to another state and not being able to relocate due to family ties/responsibilities; thus ending my 15-year employment.