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Glacial Lakes Energy
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Glacial Lakes Energy Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Jim Seurer
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry


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Salary estimated from 108 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 13 reviews and is evolving.


Plant Operator in Watertown, SD
on July 11, 2019
I really enjoyed my time at GLE and still miss some of the people I worked with. I left primarily because I was offered a much higher wage. It now sounds like they have upped their wages to be more competitive. I would go back there in a heart beat if something happened to me at my current job. I will say that within plant operations there is not much opportunity to advance, and the operator certification program, while a good way to get a higher wage, needs to be more of a focus of upper management. It took way too long for me just to get a few signatures in order to get a raise because some members of upper management didn't seem to care. Lots of free meals from vendors and little parties that were thrown made things enjoyable, and I always liked the steaks we got to grill during major holidays.
Operator in Huron, SD
on June 7, 2021
Aside from the good pay, you’ll find it hard to come into work. Whether it’s walking into negativity daily, or trying to work with people who could care less about the job. No time made for training, so you’ll be learning by yourself. Try to fit in, take samples, and learn what you can from coworkers who don’t care about much.
Production Assistant in Watertown, SD
on February 17, 2021
There are other employees that makes working at glacial lakes energy a very toxic work environment.....other employees will tell you things to do and how to do them and then run the supervisors and tell them how you are doing it wrong and in the end gets you into trouble with the supervisors.
Plant Operator in Mina, SD
on October 23, 2020
Great company. This is a job that requires discipline and self motivation to learn a complicated process. Crews are supportive and involved. Management cares about employee welfare as well as the quality of the products made.
Manager in Mina, SD
on July 28, 2020
Broken promises and no loyalty to employees. Corporate shows up just to smile and shake hands, but don’t want to listen to actual problems. They fired management that tried to help employees and replace with puppets.

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