Office Administration (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – September 13, 2016
The best place ever worked. Smart people, work safe and do good work. They are really nice - nicest and most generous people I've ever worked with. Everyone looks out for each other.
A typical day at work is me going to my desk and doing my job. There is not a lot of looking over your shoulder and micro managing. We do our jobs and we enjoy the people we work with.
Management is great. You couldn't pick the managers out of a crowd of people standing around 9 times out of 10, because they don't throw their weight around and they act just like regular people. They're professional and good at their jobs, but they're chill and fun to be around. They're fair with their managing style.
Everything I just said can be said about my co-workers. They're nice and hard working.
The hardest part of my job is keeping up with the work, but everybody is supportive, and if you're pulling your own weight there is no real problem.
The most enjoyable part of the job is being around the people who work here.
The people who work here. The job security, pay and the benefits.
Long drive if you're not in north Mobile, but worth it.
IT SYSTEM ANALYST, Team Lead (Current Employee) – Lisle, IL – August 9, 2015
The staff at SSAB are great to work with!!! They are improving each month.
Typical day is spend resolving escalated support tickets, creating accounts or workflows to grant access to accounts. I learned more about improving communication skills. Management is open, they do not micromanage. Co-workers are hard workers and fun to be with. Hardest part of the job is getting information for the customers. Most enjoyable part is getting to work to see what I can solve!
Down Coiler / Hot Plate Leveler Operator (Former Employee) – Muscatine, IA – June 2, 2015
Work 2 weeks of day shift then 2 weeks of night shift. 12 hour days and working every other weekend. Co workers are friendly and everyone looks out for each other. If you can handle the schedule you will be well compensated.
Safer than people realize
bad schedule, Once you learn jobs you its almost impossible to advance.
Coil Yard/Rail Car Loader-Strapper (Former Employee) – Axis, AL – May 11, 2015
Each day is a 12 hour shift from 0600 to 1800. I learned how to band coil and load/strap railcars. My co-workers were very helpful and enthused about their job. The hardest part of the job was the heat, but nothing major. The most enjoyable part of the job was working along with co-wokers.
Crane Operator (Former Employee) – Muscatine, IA – February 18, 2013
At the start of the day I would look at the orders of trucks and rail cars that needed to be loaded. Inspect my crane and load either flat steel or coiled on to either a rail car or truck. I learned to run an over head crane with up to 10 magnets and two trollies. I can run heavy machienery, run a slitter and am a fast learner. The Management and co workers were good to work with. Hardest part of job was getting moved to the Slitter and 2years later they started cutting hours in fear of losing coil products and going strictly to plate. Most enjoyable was the security
Credit Analyst (Former Employee) – Warrenville, IL – November 16, 2012
Credit review of orders on hold. Follow up on collection calls. Work on bring aging of accounts current. Very professional mgmt. team. Co-workers were very knowledgable in the credit and collections field. Learned a great deal from Co-workers re: the industry which helped me do my job at a higher level. Great work atmosphere.
excellent pay with a very productive work enviroment