Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – May 11, 2017
Good Place to work, great benefits and management is strong. Normal day to day business, room for growth, challenging positions. Only con is they tend to sell off divisions so there is always that chance of being bought out by a different company.
Administrative Assistant for Timberlands Group (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – April 10, 2017
Each day was different. While tasks were consistent, the process in which the tasks were completed was varied. Flexible work schedule permitted in most departments. Department supervisor did not micro-manage and was readily available to discuss concerns. Most enjoyable part of the job were my co-workers, who did not mind assisting in other areas if needed.
Energy Operator (Current Employee) – Grifton, NC 28530 – March 30, 2017
My typical day consist but not limited to maintaining the right oil temperature to supply heat to the drying kilns. Constantly doing visual check on hot Thermal Oil Units looking for any type of spills or leaks.
Records Specialist / Consulting Specialist (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – February 16, 2017
Weyerhaeuser is a good company to work for. Due to technology, downsizing, and restructuring of the company, I lost my job. We were ahead of many companies in our records practices. I worked and teamed with wonderful people throughout the company in different departments.
Company moved to Seattle. They pay for your ORCA card.
Moving to Seattle from Federal Way, I don't have the freedom of doing errands like I did when I drove myself to work in Federal Way, Much longer commute to work
Exemplary Employer that was dedicated to your advancement / safety
Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – December 17, 2016
I enjoyed the Weyerhauser company very much for their dedication to safe employee practices....employee advancement and always awknowledged my dedication to superior customer accounts practices....great Company!
LEAD ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Columbus, MS – October 27, 2015
A typical workday was spent mostly on the computer,maintaining records and on the phone with numerous corporate representatives. Worked with great people on staff and management levels. Enjoyed communicating with people. Hardest part was departing with staff members who were always transferring out to other locations. Learned a lot about the business world.
Outside Sales for Home Improvement Warehouse (Former Employee) – Gulfport, MS – June 25, 2015
the job were giving compassion to their employees after Katrina this company help me rebuild my home for over a year with Weyerhaeuser volunteers sent down every 2 weeks. Management was just very good in my 12 yrs I had 4 managers. The co workers were helpful team oriented and following up on customers. I worked with the Box stores traveling 3 states to train and sell in recycled products.
Environmental Scientist II (Former Employee) – Columbus, MS – April 1, 2015
Amazing job experience. I worked for Weyerhaeuser for 5 years and was rewarded for proactive, motivated work. Insurance was high deductible plan but pay was amazing and staff was dedicated, motivated, and innovative. My supervisor was above parr and this company has amazing land and work ethics. Their environmental track record with regard to the land they manage and safety record were amazing. They were flexible with work hours and emphasized family first, then work.
Weyerhaeuser was a great place to work, on site fitness centers, recreation, running trails, were all huge perks.
Health & Welfare Coordinator (Former Employee) – Federal Way, WA – September 18, 2014
I worked 8-10 hours a day and loved my job, benefit, my co-workers, and customers I worked with. I believed in the company and the products, innovation, and professionalism found at all levels. The company had a long time, solid foundation in supporting the work life balance of it's employees, until the recent change in leadership which has shifted it's philosophy on the topic drastically.
on site fitness centers, recreation, running trails, were all huge perks and a big contributor to morale.
Those perks are unlikely to be available when they move to Seattle.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – August 18, 2014
Would run a Flexo machine working with cardboard and to tare down and set up machines. I learned how to operate and run a Flexo machine and how to change dyes and cutters. Management was always there to lend a hand and was a beneficial part of me learning more on the job. Co-workers were supportive and easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job was learning all 12 of the machines but I was proud that I did it. The enjoyable part was making rate and going above and beyond the expectations.
I was able to learn how to work the Flexo machines to beable to advance