Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – March 2, 2017
Be sure to video tape everything you do as they shoot first, then ask questions. Always shorted drivers on their pay for work rendered. You had to act like an owner operator and verify everything they paid you for on every check.
Production Manager/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 28, 2017
That being said there are so many different jobs and buildings at Thatcher Salt lake everything depeds on what you are being hired for. There positions where you only are on the computer all day to being outside washing totes to dispatch to driving trucks to working on a bottling line. The one thing I will say is that I was paid well. Insurance was good. Please Please be careful around those chemicals.
I could often get overtime, Pay was good
you will be working around toxic dangerous chemicals
Specialty Chemical Sales (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 7, 2016
joined the company to help them expand their territory, there was little to no support, terrible logistics with frequent and often detrimental mistakes in shipping product to customers. They were not prepared to take on a whole new market and the sales representative paid the price.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, Ut – August 9, 2016
Pay is pretty good here, but the company is family owned, so advancements are limited. The Vice President of Transportation is a real mess. He has no supervisory or management skills. He berates those under him and overworks the Manager of Transportation, who is a decent and good manager and person. The V.P. refuses to give the Manager the clerical back up he needs to keep things running smoothly. If you like being stressed, unhappy and in a toxic work environment then this is the place for you. The other employees are great, but stressed out and overworked too. If you wish to keep a happier and more normal life as well as your sanity, this is not the place for you.
Management, toxic work environment, high stress, unappreciated