Operational Excellence Intern (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – April 6, 2014
I only interned there, so I don't know much about full time benefits. However, I really enjoyed working there. It paid well, the management was great and they made sure that everyone was in agreement before moving on with changes. Great company.
Crane Operator (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – December 16, 2016
Uses to be a really good solid job but in the last year absolutely horrible I was laid off 8 times in the last year once for a period of 4 months hours are a garunteed 16 hours shifts including weekends and hostile management this company has no regard for your personal life and saftey first unless it impedes production
Good pay and benefits
Its either your work or your family you will have to pick the one you want to keep
Operator (Former Employee) – Claymont, DE – December 13, 2016
Pouring steel, lancing and heavy lifting are for grown bodies but unfortunately they grown men still acted like children. All they could talk about was football. Race was an issue and they liked the fact people were divided.
met apprentice (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – December 6, 2016
Good pay, good benefits, easy work, just writing more so I can start applying for a job, I hope this is enough....Nope it wasn't. I was hoping I didn't have to write a book about my experience at the mill but apparently that is what this app requires of me.
Clerk (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – February 29, 2016
I like my job a lot. However with the declining gas prices the reliability of having a job is shaky. I get along great with my boss, but am lucky. I have heard not every department is so lucky. I work M-F, with no shift work. Most production jobs here are shifts, so again I am very forunate.
Tech 1/Visual Inspector/Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – February 24, 2016
EVRAZ is a great place to work when business is booming. Always oppurtunities for overtime and some room for advancement. But when they take a turn for the worst you better get ready to get out there and find another job......Always have back up plan working at EVRAZ
Poor management, no job security, and no positivity.
Lab Tech II (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – February 21, 2016
Every employee at Evraz is negative and has nothing but horrible things to say about the company; well, they are right.
Evraz is a horrible company to work for. Their management has no morals, their HR department isn't there to help their employees, and the company has no job security. I've seen people that worked there for 25 years get fired without a blink. And I've seen people that have worked there for 6 months get priority over them.
The company is going under.
Management sucks, no job security, HR is un-helpful. Too many to list.
Operations Tech II (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – November 5, 2015
good place to work. great benefits with profit shearing. the hours are hard though. rotating from 4x12 graveyard shifts having a couple days off and then returning to work 4 more 12hr days on day shift is hard.
Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Pueblo – July 10, 2015
Evraz, Oregon Steel, CF&I - the corporate culture remains the same in the Pueblo facility. And it is toxic. Never any feedback on good jobs - just negatives. Very little room for advancement as there is little internal promotion from the hourly worker pool. Management seems to actively dislike the hourly employees. Funny accounting - someone should investigate how they do their numbers. Run bad product then "sell" it back internally to be melted down - and count the bad product as tons produced. Something not right here. No paid sick - come in sick to get paid or stay at home and get written up if you don't get a note from a doctor. Extremely boring work and such long hours. I would not recommend this place to anyone - if the economy hadn't crashed in 2009, a lot of the current employees would be somewhere else.
On the plus side - no premiums on their health insurance - for now.
good health insurance, better than Walmart wages
no work-life balance, schedules unpredictable, negative and punitive management style, I could go on and on
Quality Control Inspector / Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – July 8, 2015
The schedule & hours of which days you work change each week (2 weeks of days, 2 weeks of nights). This becomes hard to get used to, however, I am grateful for having worked a schedule such as this, as I have gained the knowledge that I can, with confidence, work any schedule implemented in any/all industrialized environments. The Union environment fostered somewhat of a negative culture, between bargaining employees & management. I am, however, grateful for this aspect of the experience as well, as I have learned to excel under stressful & adverse conditions.