Administrative Assistant in The Woodlands, TX
Workplace Culture is not as how it used to be unfortunately, young people are hired because of their education and they don't care about the company. They are letting go of older employees with experience.
Supply Chain Manager in Ringwood, IL
Productive and fun place to work. Great benefits.
I worked at Huntsman for over 17 years and was able to get promoted many times. Sometimes the hours were long but I loved the job and gaining new experiences. I would have preferred to retire from the company but things didn't work out that way. But still a thumbs up!
Chemical Operator in McIntosh, AL
Former chemical Operator
Work-life balanceShift work rotating days and nights and a 7 off once a month. This schedule leaves plenty of time for vacations and catching up on things around the house.Pay & benefitsGood insurance and 401kJob security and advancementGood secure job and different advancement opportunities from time to timeManagementEveryone pretty much works together and it's a really good place to workCultureEverybody treats each other like familyOverallOverall Huntsman is a really great place to work. They've got great insurance and benefits and the pay for this area is comparable to other plants in this area.
Global Operational Excellence Leader in Houston, TX
OverallOpportunities to improve are there. There are sites that embrace improvement and there are those that are resistant to change based upon complacency..
Lead On-Site IT Technician in Houston, TX
The people care about each other at the lower levels
I loved what I did and loved supporting the folks in my environment but things kept changing so I never knew what to expect. Support models where never fully implemented before they changed to something that was at the detriment of the users we supported. Asking questions was frowned upon and sometimes met with animosity. No clear direction from management and no loyalty offered from upper management either. Always putting out fires because we ran "lean and mean." In 15 years working there I saw over 12 restructures and re-orgs.