Pusher Operator (Current Employee) – Monessen, PA – March 12, 2019
I will be employed at Arcelormittal Monessen for 5 years next month. I have learned every job on the battery. Overall, it is a decent place to work. The Company provides good safety training for employees. Employee's watch out for each other safety wise.
Good HealthCare, Good Pay, Overtime Available on most days
Forced Overtime, Dusty, Dirty, Hot work Environment, Work is outside in the elements, No Profit Sharing or Incentive like the other Arcelormittal Company's, Some employees choose to do alot less than others, which inturn makes the next guy coming onto the job with more to get done, Lack of communication between foreman and foreman and foreman and employees, No stock option
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – East Chicago, IN – February 28, 2019
The place is very racist and the good old boy network senior managers have no managment skills and micromanage there is no responsibility taken by union or managment and it's like being in high school managers disclose privite info to other managers and union very unprofessional and you have to be liked to move up
I run the continuous miner for one of the companies mining operations and I enjoy my job. The men I work with are hard workers and friendly. Management is understanding if you have a family situation they will allow you time if it’s needed.
Intern (Former Employee) – Moselle – January 20, 2019
great management open minded people they treat every employee with respect they give interns real projects I gained a lot of skills and experience Friendly team Qualified Software Engineers that are willing to help and supervise interns
Welder (Current Employee) – Marion, OH – January 10, 2019
A typical day at a steel plant anyone that has worked in one has a good idea on what to expect. What have I learned working here? I learned that the training they offer is not all that good and in management eyes they like to make most people incompetent or that's the way the supervisors like to make you feel. Management? All i can say is they take care of there own!!! Workplace culture? Good people trying to do there jobs the best the can and then you have the good ole boys that get what they want. Hardest part of my job? Dealing with the supervisor!! The most enjoyable part of the job? Watching the supervisor flip out when the mill will not run after he has finger fu( everyone's work space...
Maintenance Technician Mechanical (Former Employee) – East Chicago, IN – January 7, 2019
Was a great experience, great benefits as I had family to raise. Exposed to danger constantly, but nonetheless, a great experience. Most of management seemed competant, though there where some who did not seem to have a clue of what they were doing, or how to deal with different egos.
HR Intern (Former Employee) – East Chicago, IN – December 19, 2018
Overall working with ArcelorMittal as a human resources intern was a good experience. I felt like my input was valued even though I was just an intern. I was trusted with more responsibilities than expected and felt I could ask for help when needed. The actual job kept me busy and interested in the work itself.
Senior Engineer (Current Employee) – Burns Harbor, IN – December 3, 2018
Work as an engineer is fulfilling. We have great challenges to stay viable in the near future as mini mills continue to threaten integrated mills. We are making large investments in new equipment and process to ensure the future.
Process Manager (Former Employee) – East Chicago, IN – December 3, 2018
As an experienced manager and administrator in a structured environment, I found the work culture in a steel mill environment to be counter productive and was not beneficial to me professionally aside from learning about the stark differences in workplace culture. There is much to be learned from that experience.
Hardest part of the job: If you understand the culture in this environment it is reactionary based and not always proactively managed, despite the best efforts of managers and supervisors to institute proactive programs. The reality is that lack of accountability culture and the inability to affect positive change in this environment, plus no upward advancement opportunities equated to no job satisfaction for me personally and was the reason I sought employment elsewhere.
Most enjoyable part of job: Overall, I met a some sincere employees and good people, but there are exceptions to that rule no matter where you work.
Valuable job experiences, good for entry level opportunities