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KMCO was a place of new experience daily, if you were a outside the box thinker you enjoy the day to day work. Sometimes very physical place to work and enjoyable place to work for many years. Close to home, a place that impowered the employees
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This place is really going downhill. Anybody with any competency is running from it. A culture of lies and penciling in test results and production records just to get the product out of the door. Lots of stuff coming back on them because it was just made so very badly.
Bad managers, who are thieving, lying, nut cases.
KMCO has too many incidents,and a has a communication gap with middle management and upper management . Safety is not a priority and incidents are routinely hidden from management and local community .
Overtime is often available
Poor training, too many incidents too much cell phone abuse
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Good first operator job. Lots of hands on training. Everything is kind of in the Stone Age. But you learn a lot. Pay is pretty good. Top out is by time served. Management does not care about the operators at all.
Good experience, good pay, good benefits
Management is terrible, if you smoke cigarettes you'll fit right in with the buddy buddy management
Big wheelers at the very top need to see that the biggest issues are due to bad management! The operators, logistics, rail car personnel are not the problem, we are hard working folks working for a plant that seems to be like a roller coaster. No one is held ACCOUNTABLE majority of the times, safety and supervisors turns their head as long as you don't say anything. A bad human resource, plant, logistics, and manintence can take a good staff and destroy it, causing the best employees to flee and the remainder to lose all motivation. TIme for another change! Start with management!
Hands are awesome folks to work with.
Human resource is not good at all!
It keeps you on your toes. Physically and mentally also depends which department you are in. Learn interesting ways of the operation of a chemical plant and meet new and interesting people everyday.
Get a hour lunch break and do whatever you in that hour.
Never know when you get to eat if on time or If you will be able go home on time as well.
Enjoy working with the people, but its a small company trying to attain a more professional status. Growing pains are unpleasant.
People, flexible on hours, good benefits.
The pace of necessary changes
Safety needs to get better. I don't feel like the company really cares about each member of the team. They will have us complete task at night to avoid things the upper management will see in the day. We report near misses and things to be fixed and nothing happens.
Company events are good.
I was an operator on two reactor units. I made sure safety was our number one goal every day at work. i did walk throughs on my units at every shift change. Transferred to and from my two reactor units in a timely matter. Once my batch was complete we transferred the final product to either a railcar or a storage tank. When transfer was complete i submitted all paper work to supervisor and repeated the same steps in order according to SOP.