Welder/Millwright (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – April 10, 2019
Cemex was the biggest mistake I ever made. Only could trust couple of employees. Safety and Naples foreman follow u everywhere hoping too catch u in the wrong to advance there own careers. Stay away at all costs.!!!!
Ready Mix Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Port Charlotte, FL – April 8, 2019
This isn't the only place to get a job. They take your money and your time. Keep looking for a job, this place is not worth it. Its a boys club run by people that wont tolerate your honesty. Feel free to find out for yourself but after a short time you will see it for yourself. The plant manager will lie right to your face.
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Mixer driver (Current Employee) – Escondido, CA – January 13, 2019
Like all leaders their judgement is clouded by their ambitions. This is typical management especially in any corporation. I love CEMEX it's a great company however the management ruins everything and this is why CALIFORNIA as a whole is now going UNION. This is what happens when you have bad leadership. Bad leadership only cares about themselves and their bonuses this costs drivers money directly out of drivers pockets and management could care less
Great job and company
Horrendous management many bad decision that affect the drivers pocket
No job security, Here one day and gone the next, Constantly recycled
Driver (Former Employee) – Riverview, FL – January 9, 2019
Long story short. Not worth the headache. You give everything a company can ask for from its employee yet it doesn't count for anything when it is all said and done. I was never late, never complained, and made one mistake. Not a damaging or recklace one, just an honest one. I took full responsibility and guarenteed it wouldnt happen again. Didnt matter. Even with all of the support of my co workers and supervisor I was cut loose. Not fair or even reasonable. If your looking for a company worth investing all your time and energy into, this clearly isn't it. Do your family and bills a solid and keep looking.
Amazing co workers
Extremely poor management and principles, no job security, no support from the company, Set up to fail with unfair practices
Plant Operator (Former Employee) – Moorpark, CA – January 1, 2019
Daily buisness opperstions are intense to keep up with production. Understaffed and funded yet thid crew still manages to handld any obstacle safley and quickly. I learned and developed so much even in thd short time i was there.
Manager (Former Employee) – TEXAS – December 23, 2018
You are working for a company that is operated on outdated principles and still promotes based on company ties instead of knowledge base. There work mentality promotes unsafe behavior and rewards the same. Upper management has no problem violating Federal Laws to save a dollar.
Front End Loader Operator (Former Employee) – Hockley, TX – December 16, 2018
Very professional and outstanding company. I would definitely go back to work for them if they'd take me back. Wish I kind of never left. Not much advancement opportunities unless going back to school which working 70+ hours a week is impossible
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Yuma, AZ – November 26, 2018
manager talk safety but when doing work would push workers to take short cuts, work with unsafe equipment, bosses didn't communicat well, and then yelled whenever they didn't like something or before asking.
por management, very stressful, not appreciated, too much back stabbing
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – November 20, 2018
The customer service manager is very immature, rude, demeaning and sexist. He has hissy fits that rivals a teenager not getting their way. The way he interacts with his favorite or "mother" as he calls her, is just too much. If you kiss his butt though you'll do just fine.