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Operator (Former Employee) – Seabrook, TX – June 28, 2018
There is no work life balance. Management has no clue why they are constantly hiring and soon after losing people. If you are constantly hiring and receiving 2 week notices, you would think that at some point the "money people" would start asking questions and looking to replace some of the people at the top. If the culture is every man for themselves, no one is looking out for their or anyone else's safety we lose good people constantly, that can make a real difference at this place but no one is looking at management as the cause. Instead we get the same old "them guys couldn't handle real work" stuff that we hear ever time someone quits. This place has old school superintendents that believe they aren't to be questioned, leaders that have no clue how to get people to do their job and respect them, these two work diligently to ensure that none of the programs that the manager tries to install work at all. They preach safety but there is no sign whatsoever at living it. Hazard communication is, "watch out this stuff is really bad for you", then your're handed 8 orders to load or offload the stuff all day. They say if we catch you without your ppe on you will be fired on spot. but then they never check. If a truck is scheduled for 9:00 am and its loaded and out of the unit by 9:35 am, everyone in the unit knows that there is some major step skipping going on.
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