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Thomas E. Carlile
5 Ratings

    Good pay and benefits, terrible communication from and among supervisors. (All across the region)

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    Former Employee - Machine Operator  in  Medford, OR
    Former Employee - Machine Operator in Medford, OR

    I worked at Boise Cascade full-time for more than 8 years


    1.) The base hourly wages are great for the valley. The benefits package is fair as well.
    2.) Many great people work at Boise. Great friendships can be forged.
    3.) The work is fast and hard. This could be a pro or con
    4.) Most of the management (superintendents and above) are competent.


    1.) While upper managers are very intelligent, compassionate, and motivated; the same is not always true of department leads and shift supervisors. In fact, most of them are nincompoops.
    2.) Due to the short-comings mentioned in #1, a significant communication gap exists where operators feel disconnected from management and communication (all around) is so poor that it borders on incompetence.
    3.) Very often, leads/supervisors pursue personal agendas under the guise of "safety" and / or "best in class".

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hold higher standards of your leads and supervisors.
    Make more information public so people know what is going on.

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