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    Jan Jenisch
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
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Installation & Maintenance

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Director of Purchasing & Land in Herndon, VA
on October 29, 2017
Overall good place to work, much transition following recent merger. Work culture changing, benefits lacking. Resources stretched due to downsizing.
Regional Sales Manager in Florida
on January 25, 2022
Hardest Part of Job Travel and communication from management. Workplace culture is great with the local divisions not sure about other regions. Most enjoyable part of job working as team on tough projects.
Quarry worker in Quarry operative
on January 24, 2022
Lafarge use to be a good company to work for but the sold up and sold the aggregates to people who did not really know what to do and just made things up to hide the fact they didn’t know how to do there job (higher management)
Systems Administrator in Mason City, IA
on December 22, 2021
Simply a good company to work for - I was really sorry to see it closed. Good people in the plant all around and had good support from corporate office.
Area Leader in Bloomsdale, MO
on December 13, 2021
The work will take a toll on both your mental and physical health. The job involves working in all types of climates like the freezing cold, snow, rain, scorching heat, humid heat. This is all expected to be done while working with fly ash, limestone, and other dusty materials while also being covered in greases and hydraulic oils. Their number one priority is the production rate. Employee safety and well-being is a joke, they just try to avoid MSHA citations. There are no leadership qualities in the managers and a lack of initiative from them to invest in their employees. Keeping the plant running and pushing rates matter most. Department finger pointing is also common, it's like working with a bunch of children in adult bodies.

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