Production Techncian (Former Employee) – Freeport, TX and Laporte, TX – October 7, 2018
I’ve worked at the Freeport HyCo and Laporte SMR for a total of 10 years 2 separate times. The experience gained is great for other more challenging and better paying plants. Air Liquide is proud of their “middle of the road” pay and benefits. If you’re looking for great pay and benefits in the “industrial gases” field, look to Air Products or Praxair. DCS controls are usually Wonderware or Yokagawa in their Hydrogen plants. Almost always 1 board guy and 1 outside guy. Expect little engineering help and lax safety representation. I recommend them for a new operator needing to cut your teeth. Just don’t leave a good plant to go there, you’ll gripe and complain all day and night.
Not too much management interference but great experience
Secretary (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 16, 2018
No room for advancement. Raises are given to the same upper level employees per dept. Department heads feel like they are in a different class and are unapproachable. No training and procedures are constantly changing. A “Men’s World” work environment. You are not acknowledged for hard work.
Lead Plant Operator (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 11, 2018
As a plant operator/instrument technician, my days and nights were kept busy. The plant is designed to operate 24/7 and so it requires an operator to attend. The weather in Florida is full of surprises and kept me working to maintain the operation of the facility.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Wisconsin – August 2, 2018
good place to work if you have no life if you have young children at home you will make great money if you have no children at home you will not make as much as the drivers that do have children at home
Good place to learn & gain experience. However, leaves a lot to be desired.
Logistics Technician (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – July 31, 2018
Slightly unorganized. Departments don't know how to work with each other. Low employee morale, high turnover and poor upper management. Hardest part of the day is other departments slowing down our daily operations. Not everyones safety is taken seriously.
pay, benefits, coworkers, direct supervisor, hours
upper management, high turnover rate, low employee morale, poor culture
Technical Director Assistant (Former Employee) – Paris – July 19, 2018
Air Liquide is a top leading company in gas industries. It is a good place to work due to company values of safety and reliability. A typical day work can sometimes be unpredictable and other times pretty smooth. The most enjoyable part of the job was being included in the problem solving process. I had the chance to work with Directors, Managers and Engineers who have great values. There are room to grow a career at Air Liquide