LIBERTY STEEL Employee Reviews
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I love working there and the people are awesome. The he benefits are also great. I just did not like the fact that there is no job security. The mill goes up and down. One minute its running wide open and your on top of the word. The next thing you know your hour are being cut, then your laid off again. Other than that it is a great place to work.
pay and medical/dental/ and retirement benefits
very little job security
There was a guy there that was a temp for over 2 years. They’ll find any reason to keep you as a temp and not hire you in. They can give you a job helping in a different department and if you don’t look like you doing the job at the rate of everyone else because it’s new they’ll get rid of you.
Company does not communicate well, No clear direction is given. Many of my co-workers are unsure of their future because they are unsure of the direction of the company. Lack of leadership results in lots of in-fighting between departments, they are pitted against each other. Benefits are minimal.
Management is poor at best no parts to fix anything properly. Take a machine apart to fix it just to put it back together broken cause they can not get parts. Very poor communication. Management seems like they want to 2 write anyone up for anything and everything
Just got renowned by liberty was keystone seems to have issues paying bills very inconsistent with working and not working also very unhealthy environment for benefits given wouldn’t mind working there if they would give a solid plan and not be up and down like they have been since being renowned
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Working at Liberty Steel for 37 years and seeing the new changes, my opinion is that the new management team in place at Liberty Steel is not moving the company in the proper direction for success.
Machine operators were production driven, fast paced work with lots of forced overtime. It is a union based company with decent benefits and a paid week off after a year of service. The management for the most part were decent to work under and the job was hot and hard work but overall it wasent a bad place to work for. Machine operators would have to work on there own machines most of the time unless it was something major and at that time they would have a mec tech help ya out in whatever way he could to get your machine going again. Worst part about the job is if you were stuck on a machine that wasent running half way decent you could actually lose money with it being no fault of your own. I would be willing to discuss any other questions if I was to be interviewed for a job position.
Learn a lot from this company they trained me for years how to be safe on the job site to I learn how to tie properly endo and the proper way of reading blue prints without the classes it was a great base on hand on experience job until it was time for me to part ways from that state