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I have a friend who works there. He gave me the managers number.

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Not that I've heard hear in the South Texas area plant operations jobs. How ever there is some turnover (employees leave for better pay / benefits / shorter travel times). Honestly, Praxair does their best to "absorb" employees into other jobs should their current position be eliminated.

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There are days when I work 14 hours. Then other days I work only 10 hours.

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I work in the Deer Park, TX location. All the trucks are 10 speed manual. Freightliners and Volvo.

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The only issue I had with Praxair is they still run the company like it’s in the 1980s or 90s... they definitely need a union ..They are inconsistent With their raises and treating everybody equally.. they pick and choose who gets certain job bids...instead of rewarding their own employees that been there for years and been doing the job they go outside of company and bring in someone that has no idea... Abely that management is out for their cells and not looking out for the employees ... Poor Management.. their pay is average coming in the door..should be much higher for the job that they ask of you especially if you’re an operator ...The employees there are way underpaid it takes you 10 years to make 17 or $18 an hour but if you can look past them few negative it’s actually a good place to work for great benefit.. vacations are great... Personally it’s not worth putting in years maybe months or days yes

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You work 30-40 hours a week overtime starts after you are over 40 hours

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The interview process is long and thorough.

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