Solid forward thinking company that will continue sustainable growth for years to come.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Kankakee, IL – February 7, 2016
Nucor overall has a great culture that promotes a bottom up management style. Giving the opportunity to individuals at all levels to make decisions and improvements to better the company. Nucor has taught me how to be an effective leader. You have the ultimate freedom but this freedom comes a great amount of responsibility.
Mechanical Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – South Carolina – January 2, 2016
Going into this internship I was under the impression I would be challenged. Over the course of the summer I was there, I had done more very little actual engineering work but instead worked right along side the maintenance crew on the line. This was not bad, however its as not what was advertised to me at my career fair.
Pickle Line Lead Operator (Current Employee) – Huger, SC – July 15, 2015
Nucor features a production based compensation program. So the amount of salary made depends on a crews willingness to produce despite any mechanical or electrical issues that may arise from time to time.
No Lunch breaks, production employees eat on the shop floor
TRANSPORTATION MANAGER (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 9, 2015
Great managed company that respects employee through their benefits package and being family oriented. You know what direction your career is progressing through mid and year end reviews. Spend a great deal of time on training and safety of employees which is great business practices. Learned good business ethics and how to properly coach employees. Best part of job is knowing there are other team members that are their to handle their role and support one another as needed.
Great money but don't have an opinion with management.
Receiving Utility (Former Employee) – Warehouse – June 2, 2015
This company is a great one but the style of management is just completely insane. I was told by other TM's there that had transferred from other Nucor sites that it isn't the same at other plants but they will play mind games with you. Moving up is impossible unless someone dies or gets booted so good luck getting ahead anywhere. If you are younger (18-35) you will deal with the "older generation" saying how much of a horrible worker you are because you are naturally lazy for some reason. Again, NOT a prof place to work due to management.
Great company w/ Awesome Benefits and competitive pay
Quality Technician (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – February 13, 2015
Typical work schedule is 4 days on, 4 days off, rotating each week between days and nights. Gained valuable work experience in a Fortune 150 company. Management was often inexperienced but supportive. Co-Workers were great. The hardest part of the job is rotating between days and nights each week. The benefits and having 4 days off each week.
Team lead/ melt shop (Former Employee) – Trinity, AL – January 19, 2015
Nucor is one of the best companys in my book to work for. They stand behind there employees, and up hold safety and quality standards. The people employeed at Nucor are one of akind people, very hard working and dependable people.
Lab Tech (Former Employee) – Decatur, AL – October 30, 2014
Safety culture is top-notch...pay potential is way above area average...mgmt is only okay, with questionable decisions that have resulted in a drop in job satisfaction, especially for the metals lab, where they made a difficult job even harder
THe Best At What I Do (Current Employee) – Crawfordsville, IN – October 6, 2014
Stay AWAY if you Can ! Mgmt an most supervisors Have no backbone an would throw you under the bus to save their own rear ends . Your Opinion only counts if it polishes the EGO of the Management or supervisors . Safety First is what they preach , but when the paint dries Its Profit Over Production . People have DIED because of this place . Shut down clean up n keep running !! Your Better Off Being A Contractor In The GMs Pocket. Its really nice when your Boss has 0 experience in your Dep. but a test score said He\SHE is a perfect fit an you have to train them !
free boots if you like the limited supply
managers & supervisors & health insurance & family time
Overall great company, Marion division needs improvement
former employee (Former Employee) – Marion, OH – June 17, 2014
Overall Nucor's culture is fantastic but the Marion Ohio division does not follow the same culture. I've worked at other divisions before transferring to Marion. Benefits are fair - not the best but certainly could be worse. Dealing with managers is the hardest part of the job in Marion but that could change at any time. Advancement depends on if managers like you. Job does require a lot of hours on employees part but pay is good.