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13 hrs ago

Process Separations SME (Subject Matter Expert) – new

SABIC Sugar Land, TX

• Advance knowledge in the areas of reactive distillation, liquid-liquid separations and crystallization will be an asset. • Proven expertise on… SABIC

7 days ago

Sr. Manager, Program Development - Derivatives

SABIC Sugar Land, TX

•Development of Key SABIC technology strategies that create competitive advantage for SABIC in collaboration with the Business, Corporate Strategy… SABIC

7 days ago

Sr. Manager – Process Technology Group Process Design

SABIC Sugar Land, TX

• This position will first create and then manage a department with the primary mission of creating and delivering PDPs from DOTs • This position is… SABIC

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SABIC Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mohamed Al-Mady
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56 Ratings

    Company is struggling through changes and unsustainable growth at the Sugar Land site.

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    Current Employee - Lead Scientist in Sugar Land, TX
    Current Employee - Lead Scientist in Sugar Land, TX

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    The Sugar Land site utilizes a 9/80 working schedule if you are a fan of every-other-Friday off. Also, the site in Sugar Land is growing very fast which should lead to a lot of opportunity in the future even though there is very limited opportunity to advance within the site today. Finally, this is a global company and offers employees a lot of opportunity to travel internationally. Local management encourages employees to take extra time to see the area(s) visited rather than just conduct business which is a great opportunity for individuals and their families.


    Many employees are difficult to interact with and there is a growing sense of us versus them between the different teams at the Sugar Land site. The issues between employees are made more difficult by the unsustainable rate of growth at the site. Temporary office arrangements are not good and the original sense of community at this site has disappeared completely. Management is largely occupied dealing with change and seems to either not know or not care that these interpersonal issues are making the site more and more unpleasant. Recent changes to bonus and benefits programs make total compensation at this site no longer outstanding.

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    The HR organization needs to be completely reassigned. The current team in Houston area routinely make mistakes that have frustrated onboarding employees and existing. Have actually been told by one Senior HR person there that he did not care about my problem before he even heard it, and he went on to say he was sick and tired of hearing people whine. While there is always some degree of employee disgruntlement that comes off as whining it is never appropriate for an HR person to dismiss an employee before listening to the issue at hand.

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