My typical work day consist of communicating with management, weekly meeting, reviewing recruiting boards, reviewing applications, benefits issues, onboarding updates, updating the various projects that are currently participating on, my day to day answering questions via phone, email, or face to face, and coaching. I have learn that we are all different individuals with a common goal to help one another. I work in a workplace that is diverse and we really are like family. The hardest part of the job is before I know it it's time to go...that's how busy I love to be and the most enjoyable part of my job is the flexibility and wiliness to serve our customers.
is getting to work with the various managers and HR's throughout the organization
Very environmentally concerned company. Always making lsure they give to the earth what they take away. Very involved in different charities. Management has changed in the last few years which has taken away from the company.
Bench Lab Analyst (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – May 26, 2018
LeHigh Cement is a good job that pays well and has great benifits. Only problem I had over my 11 years working there was that it seems like most of the managers did not care about what thier workers were telling them. Your union co-workers are a lot of fun and make the job enjoyable for sure.
Driver (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – May 22, 2018
This company does not care about the drivers nor how they will support their families. They hire you telling you one thing, and then do the complete opposite. The Managers and Salesmen are paid regardless of the weather or how many jobs they have. If a sales man does not sale any work for the drivers, then the drivers sit at home WITH NO PAY. This is not explained during the interview. You are promised 40+ hours. This company doers not care if your kids go hungry or if your power is off, they are getting paid regardless! I would not recommend this job to anyone who has a family to support. This job is not dependable or reliable if you have responsibilities that you have to take care of, such as bills, food, or children.
Good pay IF you get to work..IF!!!
No hours, no pay, company don't care about you nor your family.
Fun at times and extremely boring at times. Overall good job but under paid for the work expected
Working foreman (Current Employee) – Cloverdale, IN – April 25, 2018
Anything can happen on any given day and it will happen. Rewarding at times and discouraging at times. Keeps it excited yet exhausting at times. Mobile equipment operation is very monotonous. Great boss who doesn’t micro manage at all. I am not fairly compensated for the amount of responsibility as the working Foreman. Good work culture with fellow employees. Also extremely dangerous and takes a certain kind of person to concentrate and execute all work safely while being aware of surroundings. Also very dirty job.
Lead man heavy equipment operator (Current Employee) – Santee, San Diego, California – March 8, 2018
The guys and the crew at Lehigh Hanson is like a family. Once you start you’re part of it. When I started there they immediately trained me on other areas that I wasn’t familiar with to make me more valauable.
training (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – March 1, 2018
good place to be great people a lot of work and a lot of hours are asked of you to put in to get things done. you must be a self starter and self learner. don't expect there to be much training for you. Growth depends on how eager and assertive you are.
a place where you can learn and grow - must be a self starter and self learner
Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – Cupertino, CA – February 18, 2018
Local management is generally very good, but the structure of the corporation has four differing management structures over the local management adding layers of complexity, demands, chaos, and at times incompetence. The location in Cupertino is filthy, probably unhealthy, and most certainly dangerous. This is not a typical SV office position.
Lead Man/Backhoe operator (Former Employee) – Garden Ridge, TX – February 11, 2018
Fast paced work environment, very demanding. quality training by experienced people is provided. safety is of the highest importance, weekly safety meetings and an emphasis on positive and professional work environment.
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – February 7, 2018
Mentor glorify having ability to have you fired. I email management a simple respectful message, it was forwarded to everyone. They fired me in a Week
Poor management, multiple dot violations, weird hours, never know when you’ll start work or get off, two face mentors, no training program for people who’s new to the business, no sense of employees being valued, contracts come before employees, poor work to life ratio balance, slows down in winter.