Pros: work is interesting
Cons: company does not treat employees well
Clean Harbors does not treat their employees very well
Salaries 30% less than market. Vacation policy poor and only 8 holidays a year. no bonuses for individual contributors
Benefits bad (401k match is 3% with a max of $1,500 per year!), insurance deductible high.
Volume of work high They acquire companies to increase revenue but they fire everyone – more... at the acquired company and just add on the work to the current employees...with no increase in staff. There is so much work you can never keep up with it and if you do, you have to work 12 hour days and produce an average work product. You can never do anyone thing really well because of the volume of work.
Stress level is high
Surrounding are poor - furniture in corporate office is a mish mash of old furniture, chairs are old and uncomfortable...not even close to being ergonomically correct. Buildings in need of repair
Unqualified people in many positions, doing work that is over their heads. No training Poor leaders
Cheap company, they don't spend money on anything and it reflects in the way they treat employees and in the poor working conditions.
co-workers are nice – less