Senior Telecommunication Engineer (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – June 19, 2018
I was a contractor at Huntsman and enjoyed the people with whom I worked. It was a mistake to leave the job. The only drawback was that I was the only one who performed the task for a global company and I could not take off time at times including holidays due to changes occurring in other regions globally.
Office Specialist / Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Port Neches, TX – June 7, 2018
I worked for this Company for 17+ years. I was initially contract or 2 years before becoming permanent for 17 years. There were 3 job reorganizations after changing from Texaco to Huntsman. There were 54 employees that lost their job with the reorganization the ended my position. It was a wonderful family to work for as the Huntsman's really ran a great business.
All Positions (Current Employee) – Conroe, TX – May 10, 2018
You can start here to get experience. This is a company that make the employee do work for two people. Pay is below average and benefits are bellow average comparison to other Specialty chemical companies like Lyondell, Enterprise and Ascend.
ive seen people fired for common mistake and people stay for worse mistakes
Audit Sr., Corporate Internal Audit (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – May 2, 2018
Must play workplace 'politics' or be a favorite to advance or be considered valuable. Lots of nepotism within the Texas office, and obvious preference for Mormon faith followers. No fond memories of my time there.
Former employee (Former Employee) – Ringwood, IL – May 2, 2018
Production works 12 hr shifts. And changes from overnights to days every 4 weeks. Morale was at an all time low when I left and had been getting worse. The only thing I miss, the people I worked with day to day. Most everyone there is top notch. But are not treated that way.
Buyer- Contracts and Services (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – March 22, 2018
-Overall very laid back atmosphere -No job advancement opportunity -Great work/life balance -off at 3 on Fridays -subpar pay -great benefits -management in department was dependent on which team you were on; large variance in talent
Shift Supervisor-Production (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 13, 2018
it was a competitive place to work. we had old machinery in which we had to make work. the employees had to endure sub par equipment to make production quota. corporate did not understand or care about the plant problems
Warehouse (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – February 24, 2018
This site is small and tends to fly under the radar and career growth is doubtful unless you move to Texas. Too many managers have their own agenda and there is little to no team effort. I would suggest that upper management audit this site's management team to make sure they are following company policies and procedures. Would not recommend working in the production or warehouse departments at this site.
Good benefits, decent pay, training, emphasis on safety.
Cronyism, favoritism, overall lack of ethics, no integrity, unqualified people promoted to management, unprofessional environment, company really only cares about its stockholders.