Rinchem Company, Inc. Employee Reviews

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Amazing company to work for
Accounting Clerk (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMMarch 11, 2015
Pros: great benefits
Very professional workplace. Management is always attentive to employee needs. Advancement is encouraged and employees all work as a team in a very friendly environment.
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Worthless
OTR Driver (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMDecember 17, 2014
Cons: the whole company is a con
The load planner is a loud mouth who yells at you for NO reason and they expect you to operate a truck that shuts itself off because the truck thinks the oil temp is too hot and shuts off the engine on you and they did very little to fix the issue! oh yes the assistant manager likes to call people names who was a Lt-Col in the Air Force
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Rinchems personal, professional and financial rewards are a direct result of the passion expressed through ownership, management and employee efforts.
Database Administrator (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMOctober 31, 2014
Pros: fantastic compensation, healthcare and retirement benefits.
Cons: rapid company growth... (both pro and con!)
Typical Day: With dedication and hard work I was consistantly promoted within Rinchem. However, no matter the position I held, from Customer Service Rep to Administrative Assistant to Database Administrator, I always felt as important, needed and appreciated as anyone else in this company.

Learned: Hazardous Waste Operations. Emergency Response Training. Challenging myself to innovate and improve. Respect for our environment.

Management: Unparalleled, through their personal commitment of safety, accuracy and productivity to both customers and employees.

Co-workers: Excellent, dedicated, responsive, efficient, and safety minded.

Hardest Part: In retrospect... leaving.

Most Enjoyable: Belonging to an organization of extremely high standards, character, competence and commitment in a caring and family-like atmosphere.
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Learned safety with various chemicals
Truck Driver (Former Employee), Chandler,AZ.October 16, 2014
Pros: went through alot of safety classes
Cons: worry about inhaling or potential spills.
Load and unload trucks with very sensitive and hazardous issues.
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A wonderful place to gain experience.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Hillsboro, ORAugust 12, 2014
Pros: paycheck never bounced, best foot forward before you get kicked out or forced out(nudged by the same foot)
Cons: distrustful and discouraging atmosphere, questionable ethics, desire of management to prostrate themselves for the big customer down the road, desire of management to prostrate themselves for the little ones nearby.
The day starts with information presented by supervisor or manager.
Coordination and actual conditions are not what they sound like, what you are told is what they want you to believe. Management-supervisory input is questionable at best and the use of the words "safety" and "best practices" are not that, they are pry points to get what these fellows want. Management is generally inept and insecure in their abilities to express control through reason and fact.
Co-workers are nice guys, some are dedicated and some are lax. It appears like the ones who were interested in company improvements through organizing (failed teamster involvement) are being targeted for ouster. Hardest part of the job is trying to do my best for the company inspite of conflicted, ignorant (not stupid) work instruction that often times is couched in opinionated terms.
The most enjoyable part of the job is getting materials taken care of in a quality manner and having the products available to our customer when needed.
Be prepared to unknowingly train your replacement and then be shown the door.
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Helpful management
driver/warehouse tech (Former Employee), Chandler AzJune 4, 2014
Pros: free lunch once a month
Cons: being on call
90% loading and unloading chemical trucks. 10% driving. Not a bad place to work if you don't mind a lot of warehouse work. Competitive pay scale, very safe environment, very hazardous chemicals.
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Aweasme plac to work
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMMarch 1, 2014
unload trucks stage materiel,get empty drums,totes re-load the truck with empty's,verify the stage materiel lots expiration dates counts check as i go down the packing slip,hand off to the receiver,the tags the rec,makes i verify the tag matches ,with the rf unit put it on movement.scan the tag,with the bendi forklift put it in the designated room drums can go 5 levels high,some totes can go 4 levels high. sulfuric totes 96% has to stay on the floor they weight 3.600.oo pds...i can print a tag off the rf unit if tag is damaged .worked @Intel scan in product when it comes off the trucks,flam products go in the solvents,corrosive stays in aqueous room,some products go in the copper room, pull orders for the fab, order product for the next day,to keep the stocking levels for the next day.learned a lot certified in a lot of hazmat jobs
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Overtime
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Hillsboro, ORSeptember 4, 2013
Pros: once a month free lunch
Cons: lack of benefits
Picked, staged and verified proper chemicals, the delivered them.
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Expanding Company
Software Developer (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMAugust 5, 2012
Pros: learn a lot
Cons: pay is not at market value
Rinchem is a company that was best suited to people starting out in their careers. People are friendly.
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great people, great job
driver (Former Employee), dallas txJanuary 26, 2012
Pros: great hours
Cons: sometimes it might get too slow.
i should never have left this company. i was promised a lot with a regional position, and regretting it ever since.
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Good, dedicated people
Global Inventory Analyst (Former Employee), NM, CO, TXNovember 14, 2011
Pros: good opportunities for growth and learning
Cons: overlaping managment authority
company has good niche in market; employment provides interesting experience opportunities.
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