cust. sales rep (Former Employee) – Ballston Spa, NY – October 17, 2017
was only paid as a customer sales rep. and not as a hazmat driver. We were expected to sell additional products to cust. and would receive commissions on the products sold only if you reach a certain amount. wages were under $10.00 an hour and hours were long and had to be justified in order to get paid. I was laid off do to so called down sizing.
Safety Kleen presents itself as a place of opportunity...the level of moral among employees is extremely low...they run the company like a sweat shop! I am extremely disappointed in the unreliable-uncooth-un experienced management! It is embarrassing to work for a place & deal with customers and the foundation of the company is not together.
Customer care representative (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 3, 2017
Majority of the call center is African-American but there isn't an African American person that is allowed to be in leadership. They will conduct interviews to lead you to believe they will but doesn't go any further then that
Nation's largest Hazardous Waste Management Company
Director of Disposal (Former Employee) – Elgin, IL – September 18, 2017
I enjoyed 17 years of my career applying my education as a Chemical Engineer in the Hazardous Waste Management Industry. I enjoyed managing people, maintaining a safe and compliant facility, managing large waste networks and achieving Company's financial goals.
Customer Service/ Sales Representative (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 11, 2017
I was hired to run a truck, I was the only female driver in southern California. Management saw something in me and knew I was the right woman for the job. I wasn't afraid of getting dirty and working hard to prove I was fit for this job.
Material Handler /warehouse / truck driver (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 2, 2017
Hard work at times. Very busy in the afternoon when the drivers returned. Wonderful learning experience. Interesting experience. Many different levels to warehouse duties. Yard jockey, restock truck with fresh solvents, dump 55 barrels was challenging. Heavy maneuver of barrels was fun.
BULK DRIVER THERMO FLUIDS (Former Employee) – Rohnert Park, CA – August 22, 2017
The commute is just too much and the work life balance doesn't work for me and my family, otherwise, I would have stayed here for the long haul. Give it a shot, lots of good positions are always available.
Excellent job to get into to learn about chemical disposal
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – August 18, 2017
Great job at times and very demanding. Seemed to have quotas on production. Processing the amount of used chemicals daily I felt would accumulate over time to be very hazardous and harmful to ones health.
use to be a great company and you felt like a person that mattered. all of that has changed since Clean Harbor bought SK. Now you are just a number with unrealistic goals and expectations. Removing 401k while still aquirring companies is one example of how little it values its employees.
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Newark, CA – August 9, 2017
Working at safety Kleen is a great experience being a part of such a safety and team oriented work place has been and continues to be a blessing. It makes me proud to work for one of the leaders in the recycled oil business.
Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – July 20, 2017
not one of the great places to work everyone that works there are insecure about their position. All of the managers are on a buddy system instead of talent so they are very insecure about their ability and who they are. If you are looking for growth and opportunity definitely not the place for you to grow.