Stamper Mine (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 14, 2018
A typical day, for me, an underground truck driver was driving in a circle underground in a mine for 11 hours. Some days went smooth others not so smooth. I learned a lot about the mining industry as far as what to look for to maintain a safe work environment for my fellow employees. The management side of it I think could use a little more work. If you needed something (small examples; radio or a mine light), you would get a radio but more than likely it wouldn't work or it would work but the battery wouldn't last that long. Mine lights were the same way and would take forever to receive one. The hardest part of my job was staying awake. It's very easy to get tired so you have to find ways to keep you awake. The most enjoyable part of my job was having others there keeping me safe and making it a fun place to work.
4 on 4 off schedule
4 on 4 off schedule, something breaksdown truck drivers are the first ones to get sent home.
I would recommend this job to anyone, anytime. Greatest place to work. Will work with you to make work safe, will work with you if you have family sick. This is one of the greatest company’s ever anybody would be lucky to work here
Worked for Enviromental Manager making sure files were updated, typing completed for correspondence as well as submitting applications for excavation permits. Also ordered necessary supplies for rock quarries.
Great environment, co-workers and management
Could not get hired on as a full time employee - was contract labor
Administrative Assistant / Receptionist (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – July 6, 2018
I was with Martin Marietta for 2 years. They were great to work for and it had outstanding job security. They really took care of their people. They were very flexible if you needed time off for whatever reason.
General Labor (Former Employee) – Malcom, IA – July 1, 2018
Worked in a dump truck with little to no air conditioning with a heat index above 100 degrees. Manager was not concerned and never gave relief during the high heat. They stress safety, but never implement safety.
Aggregates is a good place to work. good benefits and a good 401 k plan. its a lot of things you have to learn in a timely matter. But if you are serious about your job you will learn them. I had no experience at all when I started, within a year in a half I was impressed with all the things I've learned. it's a good environment and like all jobs can be stressful at times. But at the end of the day they take care of u so u can provide for your family.
Quality Control Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Mill Creek, OK – May 28, 2018
It was a good place to work, opportunities to try different positions come open regularly. They do, however, show favoritism with certain employees. Management does not provide full training but expects you to understand your position fully.
Human Resources (Former Employee) – Texas – May 7, 2018
Good place to work and gain experience that will serve you well outside of the company. This is a male dominated field and women are often left to assume administrative roles. Limited advancement opportunities for females but for males they are plentiful. Often micromanaged.
Job was very fast paced and stressful. I enjoyed working there but there wasn't enough time to manage work and home resposibilities. This job is for a single person who doesn't have to balace the demands of this career and an entire family. This career has a culture like no other.
stressful environment, very demanding work hours up to 70 per week.
Material Quality Circuit Card Assembly (OLDP) (Former Employee) – Camden, NJ – April 23, 2018
Two-year rotational training program gaining cross-functional experience & insight with rotational assignments in Operations & Supply Chain Organization. Gained valuable understanding of the interoperation dependencies.
Two-year rotational training program gaining cross-functional experience
Gained valuable understanding of the interoperation dependencies.
Martin Marietta is a great place to work if you are one of the higher ups or are an exempt employee. They offer a bonus program. However, if you aren't an exempt employee....it's not as great. It's harder to get ahead and get promotions. Many times very stressful and you are unappreciated for your efforts. Compensation in the non-exempt positions is in the lower tier. You can probably go elsewhere and make more money.