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17 days ago

Sr. Resource Forester – easy apply

Plum Creek Crossett, AR

, Washington. We currently have an opening for a Sr. Resource Forester in our Crossett, Arkansas office. Position… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Senior Resource Forester – easy apply

Plum Creek Lewisburg, WV

Senior Resource Forester to join our team in our Lewisburg, West Virginia… approximately 257,000 acres. Position Details In the role of Senior Resource Glassdoor

Plum Creek Timber Reviews

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Rick R. Holley
7 Ratings

    Excellent executive management, trouble below"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Plum Creek Timber full-time for more than 5 years


    Extremely well experienced executive management team and guided the company through the recession very well. Strong growth prospects for the future for the company as a whole. Well diversified geographically and opportunity to grow *if you're in the right business units*.


    With the caveat noted in the Pros section, the company is fairly old and set in its ways. There are some growth opportunities, but only really in its primary business lines (forestry and timber products). Most of the operations are managed out of Montana (Flathead Valley), so if you want to move up in the company you often have to move there on that path. However, there isn't much growth in ANY field. You often have to wait for more senior workers to retire or get jobs elsewhere.

    Significant cultural problems in IT. Merit is not often recognized and reviews are subjective, not based on work performed for all employees.

    Will only support continuing education within the business line you're currently employed in, and even then it is arbitrary (some get it, some don't, manager's discretion).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a long, hard look at the review process. Review of this process needs to be handled across business lines to ensure fairness and mitigate arbitrary behavior on the part of senior IT managers. The drive to control costs is good, but good employees shouldn't be sacrificed with BS reviews in order to justify the poor performance of others.

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