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What is the most stressful part about working at DuPont?

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The Layoffs.

Answered - Technical Consultant (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Low stress environment. Sometimes there are time sensitive deadlines and requests, but generally good balance and workflow.

Answered - Process Technician II (Current Employee) - Palo Alto, CA

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Management and full time employees do not treat contractors the same as full time employees. Therefore, full time employees look down upon contractors.

Answered - Certified Agile Scrum Master (Former Employee) - Johnston, IA

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Management.

Answered - Production Technician (Current Employee) - Plymouth, IN

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Lack of promotion opportunities

Answered - Software Developer (Current Employee) - Johnston, IA

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The worry about the place closing the doors all the time

Answered - Instrumentation and Electrical Technician (Current Employee) - Deepwater, NJ

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When the SPC machines used to separate and bag the various chemicals processed at the plant went off-line because of belt replacement/adjustment. I would work feverishly to get it back up and running.

Answered - Laborer (Former Employee) - Pass Christian, MS

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Big layoffs

Answered - R&D area (Former Employee) - Research Triangle Park, NC

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