Mine Maintenance Planner (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 16, 2015
Work is repetitive and never ending. I would say "The worst part of this job is..." but as there are so many aspects of the job that are bad, it would be challenging to narrow the field to three, let alone one.
The laborers are great. They work hard and are dedicated to the work they do. Unfortunately, it is like "Groundhog Day." The work is the same every day, literally. I come from the school of "fix it right the first time and move on." Unfortunately, too often bandages are applied and the root cause is never addressed, leading to repeat work. Safety is a buzz word, but injuries are common due to carelessness and inadequate safety mechanisms.
Plenty of overtime.
Constant rework, working 6 or 7 days per week is the expectation, a lot of infighting/back stabbing exhibited by management, plant manager is aggressive, closed to others opinions, and verbally abusive.
Thoroughly enjoyed working for this company. It provided very helpful seminars to increase professional and technology skills. Miss working here.
Accounts Payable Data Entry I Associate (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – June 5, 2013
Given the choice to choose your work hours. Allowed to work independently with moderate supervision. Great team work with the eagerness to assist anyone who required help with their days work/agenda. Held morning (brief) team meetings to keep personnel current on company events, new computer features, any personnel changes or just to get better acquainted with your co-workers.
provided paid lunches at month-end closes, freedom to express your company concerns/issues.
after acquisition by another international company, transition did not go as smoothly as anticipated. communication regarding new policies & procedures, employee expectations were lacking.
Technical (Current Employee) – Virginia – July 13, 2012
Management is quite bad with barely any pay raises ( Please negotiate your salary wisely during your interview- That's your best bet).
Career advancement is next to negligible, with barely any growth in your job. They offer Tuition reimbursement
Co-workers & Employees are outstanding in this company, very knowledgeable, and I'd say I've been very fortunate to have been with them & learned quite a lot from them. They are veterans in their field and know their art very well.
annual holidays, healthcare and 401k benefits are awesome
career advancement, pay raise, expect no credit for continuing your education
I do Accounts Payable for this company and I have great co workers! Awesome teamwork! There is room for improvement and advancement as long as the skills and education are obtained. Hardest part of the job is processing invoices and being error -Free-. Management pushes for perfection if do-Able but understands we are human and there is human error. The most enjoyable part of my job is time goes by quick! We are always busy!
company gatherings, fully stocked fridge with all-you can have soda, popcorn, soup, starbucks coffee
Operator (Former Employee) – California – February 5, 2013
I worked for this company in the past and was wrongfully terminated. I had to go to court to try and get my job back with no luck at all. Management is of the very poorest. Not to mention how your being spied while your out on the field. My experience with this company was quite awful. Including a few visits to the doctor for anxiety & panic disorder. Due to the constant threats from the plant supervisor.
Sr Credit Associate (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – November 19, 2014
A typical day at work is an extremly busy day non stop. I feel I have brought team effort to the department from a mangers stand point as well as among my co-workers. The hardest part of the job is there is not enough time in the day to complete tasks. The most enoyable part of the day is the morning, able to go to work.
Harworking and driven credit analyst with 6 years of Lien experience
A/P PCard and ePayables Administrator (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – June 11, 2015
I have previous manager experience. 6 years of Liens, waivers and bond claim knowledge and I am very detailed when filing legal documents. I oversee 2300 Purchase cards with the ability of also managing other day to day fuctions and projects given by upper management.
Lehigh Hanson has a work culture that provides the employee both a productive and fun workplace but also an opportunity to grow and advance within the company. There are so many "old timers" that have been around the company for 30 plus years, that it reminded me very much initially of my time with PepsiCo.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 11, 2013
Each day could provide a new challenge or task. Customer driven schedules could mean long work hours or shift changes. The most difficult part of the job was dealing with changes in weather because the majority of work performed was outside work.
Lehigh Hanson was a great place to work with good benefits. The best part of my job was helping my co-workers with any questions they may have especially going on-line to do their insurance enrollment and reviewing and printing their pay stubs.
Loved talking with the employee, people person position. Ability to assist in many issues within the company. Co-workers were friendly, hardest part of this position was the late hours (24 hours company).
The morale of the talent at Lehigh Hanson Corporate is nothing less than phenomenal. This company is exceptional at taking care of its talent. Management was considerate and helpful. The days were long and tedious but we were rewarded for it! I thoroughly miss my co-workers.
Some days could be stressful mostly it was less stressful. They were very flexable with your start and end time. The employees were treated with holiday luncheons and after work outings. Management was very understanding and organized.