upper management really go out of their way to show operators that they care
Shift Mechanic (Former Employee) – Florence, KY – January 11, 2018
Over all, my work experience was pretty good. Its actually the best job ive ever had. The work can get hot and dirty but management does something special for the operators at least once a month. They will have a grill out for everyone, sometimes steak and sometimes burgers and dogs. thru the summers they have Kona Ice come and pay for whatever you want from the truck. that happened about 4 or 5 times in a couple months. Insurance is great, 401k match is probably the highest or close to it, that you'll find from an employer. Pay is good and if you like OT and wanna make extra money, you can work as much as you can take. The company really cares about the employee and that shoes in the safety. Outsiders or contractors might think they're too strict or they try to pick on you but its not to get anyone in trouble. Celanese and the management are always looking for ways to keep us safe! If there is anything unsafe on the floor, they want it to be shared! Not to tattle tail or get anyone in trouble, but to let everyone else know what to look for and to get suggestions on making things more safe. take it from me, i was there for 3 years and i left. Its hard to find an employer to have all those great bene's and pay PLUS all the extra stuff they do for their employees. They really do care for their employees. I would come back in a heart beat if there was a position.
great pay and bene's, constant employee appreciation
Great work environment....Everyone worked hard and always would lend a helping hand to fellow employee. A very collaborative environment, a place you wanted to get up in the morning and go to everyday.
The people, the work itself, benefits, overall environment
rarely a conflict with peer, but occasionally, also worked out though.
Overall experience good. Healthcare is the worst. You pay 100 percent until ded paid. They do give you $1000 HSE but that goes quickly if you have something done. It is difficult for non-exempt employees to advance.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Las Colinas, TX – November 20, 2017
This was a very fast paced and challenging position. I learned many technologies and techniques at this particular company. This is a great company to work for and would rate this company very high on the scale in regards to fairness and progression.
CONTROL ROOM OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Rock Hill, SC – September 28, 2017
A typical day was in the control room monitoring temperatures and flows of the raw product. Learned to pay attention to details as even a slight rise in temperature could ruin the batch of raw material. Very diverse culture and team players. Hardest part of the job was the smell. The most enjoyable part of the job was the learning experience.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Narrows Va – September 13, 2017
The work was mostly fast paced because we were in production and had orders that had to be filled.I learned many different jobs including doffing yarn and packaging the yarn as well.I also learned how to drive a squeeze truck and operate a pallet jack,manual and with motor.Hardest part of job was the 11 to 7 shift,and rotating shifts in general.Four day breaks were nice and the pay and benefits were good.Knew many people there and made many friends.
Celanese was good employer, They allowed me to grow and branch out with opportunities in EHS and supervision. While working there we experienced a merger with Hoechst and a De merger with Hoechst.All and all it was a good company to work for.
Bulk hazardous chemical unloader (Former Employee) – Enoree sc – August 29, 2017
Celanese was and ok place to work . Management never took responsibility for there action, there way of management, constant of procedures that places all responsibilities on employees. It a very hard company to get management to except and change things for employees, the promotion system based on buddy buddy. Unfair hiring, caused a lot of issues in the company, low moral
Chemical Operator (Former Employee) – Wilmington, NC 28411 – August 12, 2017
It was a traditional male's job, but surviving in that environment and getting off of welfare got me recommended for the Governor's Award by the Shallotte, NC ESC office in 1995. Although I did not receive the Award, I felt like I won to be recognized for an Award I did not even know existed.