I worked on the construction team building the new plant. Pay was low and they will not pay per diem.
Quality Manager - Project Site (Current Employee) – Chocolate Bayou, TX – August 17, 2018
Great project, but low pay and no living allowance although most of the 1000 workers had to travel in from out of the area. Most remote area jobs will offer a per diem to offset the cost of maintaining your main home and a place to stay for the job.
CHEMICAL OUTSIDE OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Whiting, IN – April 8, 2018
Ineos was a place that I plan on retiring from. The training on the job was awesome and the employees were great to work around. I was disappointed when they closed the plant down and I was one of the employees who stayed all the way to the last day of closing.
API Inspector (Former Employee) – Alvin, TX – March 1, 2018
Inspection management was poor at this site. They don't even trust their own employees to perform their daily task without question. Every little thing was micromanaged, I have worked at many locations and this by far was the worse.
Analyzer tech retired (Former Employee) – Fm 2004 Alvin texas – January 7, 2017
Worked 35 years with a good group of people and solid company, would recommen the company to anyone looking for a solid long term job. The analyzer team is a smart good group to work with, with a good core group.
Technician (Former Employee) – Lima, OH – May 16, 2016
Great paying job, but the fact that it is a union run shop makes things difficult. The atmosphere was one of complaining all the time about the job or someone. Laying the blame on everyone but themselves. If they didn't like you, they will find a way to get rid of you regardless of what kind of worker you are. If you do not agree with union mentality, I would suggest finding another employer. If you don't mind selling your soul, then conform.
Foreman (Former Employee) – Texas City, Texas – November 25, 2014
I learned how to be a diligent and fast past worker at the same time. Working at Ineos I had the opportunity to meet a lot of great people and management. The hardest part was sometimes putting in extra hours to make sure the job was completed to it's best ability. The most enjoyable part was being able to learn new traits and experiences to help me in the future with whatever company allows me an opportunity to become a part of the organization.
operator (Former Employee) – Vero Beach – November 25, 2014
Good pay but terrible managements. The operators are constantly backstabbing each other and the management is TERRIBLE.No parts to replace,always stealing from one machine to install it on the other. Management suck, pretty much picks and chooses when they want to enforce rules...according to who it will effect. They could careless about the operators and constantly practice favortism. HR is completely blind to the incompetent management they have in the plant and the way policies are manipulated. And the worst is that it is the only company that pay well in Vero Beach, so after moving to Vero Beach, you get stuck here.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Addyston, OH – August 2, 2014
As a former employee of 37 years, a typical day for me was building relationships with the customers. Always making sure they had plenty product to keep their facilities running. I always kept in touch with the customers from the start of the shipment to the ending of their shipment. The customers were very pleased with me. Now management on the other hand was very hard to deal with. It seems that they were never satisfied.
Insurance and pay was good. Co-workers were very helpful.
No job security. Too many cliques, if you were part of the cliques you were good, but if not, they would make it very bad for you.
operations (Current Employee) – Carson Refinery – August 30, 2013
The operators are constantly backstabbing each other and the management is TERRIBLE. Management pretty much picks and chooses when they want to enforce rules...according to who it will effect. They could careless about the operators and constantly practice favortism. HR is completely blind to the incompetent management they have in the plant and the way policies are manipulated. To make matters worse, the union rep is the biggest snake of them all. Operations has zero respect for management and most contractors that work in the plant. Money is great but the drama and stress is far from worth it. Truly a miserable place to spend your career.