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3 days ago

Field Services Specialist-Environmental – new

Clean Harbors Baton Rouge, LA

• Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all times. • Serves as project… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

InSite Area Manager

Clean Harbors Baton Rouge, LA

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Clean Harbors Reviews

103 Reviews
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103 Reviews
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Clean Harbors Chairman, President, and CEO Alan S. McKim
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    I have been working at Clean Harbors full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    National company that strives to be green. Co-workers and middle management understand daily goals and needs and are generally amiable.

    Cons

    Leadership is out of touch with all levels of employees. Customer Service takes a backseat to the bottom line in almost every decision made at the executive level. The daily struggle is stock price versus head count. Executive leadership is unwilling/afraid to hold CEO accountable or request assets and procedures that would be beneficial to the entire company and customers alike. Benefits grow worse every year even though the number of individuals has grown due to acquisitions.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you won't listen to the individuals working for you then you should reach out to your customer base and make changes accordingly. Consistently missing promised service dates just might mean that there are not enough people to perform the services or a lack of proper equipment to do so. Overtime expenditures approaching seven figures could also be an indication of being understaffed and overworked. Consider the overall impact of sweeping changes and possibly include those affected by said changes prior to implementation. Customer Service should be the priority over your stock dividends...take care of the customer AND the employee and the rest will fall into place.

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