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5 days ago

Electrical Maintenance Engineer

American Air Liquide Freeport, TX

Support and comply with all Air Liquide safety, health and environmental procedures/policies · Provide technical assistance to field personnel in… American Air Liquide


9 days ago

Turnaround Leader

American Air Liquide Freeport, TX

regarding the TAR are clearly understood by all those involved -Drive engagement; ensure alignment of the team with TAR objectives -Ensure complete… American Air Liquide


16 days ago

High Voltage Technician

American Air Liquide Freeport, TX

Supervise contract labor resources and monitor work quality. Actively participate in Root Cause Analyses (RCA) Participate in the management of the… American Air Liquide


5 days ago

Rotating Equipment Expert

American Air Liquide Freeport, TX

-100% compliance with Air Liquide safety policies -Provide technical support to all facilities within Hydrogen/Syngas Business Unit for pumps… American Air Liquide


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Air Liquide President and CEO, American Air Liquide Holdings, Inc Michael J. (Mike) Graff
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    Organized Chaos

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Air Liquide full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    A few very nice contractors

    Cons

    I recently resigned after 1 1/2 years and had a front seat to the chaos in this company. The HR department is the worst ever...poor management, overworked recruiters, rotating contractors in the business every other month, poor onboarding process, hiring freezes, constant turn-over and the new HR director has 30-45 days career management experience. A director with 6 people reporting to them sounds like a manager to me. The entire management team resigned and the employees under them were promoted into available positions instead of hiring outside the company. I would never recommend this company as they are terribly behind in technology as well as compensation.

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    I would recommend a completely new management team.

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