Asset Maintenance Coordinator/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – August 14, 2013
Never dull, always a challenge trying to keep equipment running or finding parts for equipment tthat is 30 years old and older. The steel industry is one of the most dangerous occupations to be in. Some of the upper management is very old school. A lot of micromanaging. Do not like change. The newer managers are trying to make positive changes. Most co-workers are very knowledgable. Finding parts for equipment that is 30+ years old. Getting to see the inside of a 30-50 year old piece of equipment.
Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – October 24, 2017
Evraz is a good place to work, could be better. Great benefits and decent pay. Hours aren't the best with short, to no notice on needed extra days. Management sucks and are selfish for their own wants and needs. Losing a good manager that wanted improvement. Co-workers are good to work with. (Except a few knuckleheads) some area to advance. Runs to much on the good ol boy system. Says your pay goes by your knowledge and sign offs, but you'll rarely get a dime more then what they want to give, instead of what you earned. HR is ok, some there want to help. But will back the company more so then the employees. Hires new workers at better or same wage as employees that have been here and put their time in.