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8 days ago

Billing Representative

Clean Harbors Norwell, MA

We offer competitive salaries and progressive benefits including health, dental, life insurance, 401K, generous paid time off, tuition reimbursement… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Sr. Corporate Account Support Representative

Clean Harbors Norwell, MA

We offer competitive salaries and progressive benefits including health, dental, life insurance, 401K, generous paid time off, tuition reimbursement… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Environmental Technician I

Clean Harbors Weymouth, MA

We offer competitive salaries and progressive benefits including health, dental, life insurance, 401K, generous paid time off, tuition reimbursement… Glassdoor


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Clean Harbors Chairman, President, and CEO Alan S. McKim
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    CHES should be among the lowest on your job search list

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    Former Employee - Data Entry Clerk, Fleet Administrative in Norwell, MA
    Former Employee - Data Entry Clerk, Fleet Administrative in Norwell, MA

    I worked at Clean Harbors as a contractor (more than an year)

    Pros

    Some departments have friendly co-workers that make the monotonous work days better. Commute to corporate HQ is convenient if you live in the South Shore region of MA.

    Cons

    Some departments have hostile work environments, namely fleet management. Worked as a contracted temp (HR, Purchasing, Fleet) but from hearsay, compensation is low, benefits are poor, and the work/life is unbalanced. Very little attention to company mission, vision, culture and goals. Unmotivating and limited position duties. Stubborn, old-fashioned CEO limits brainstorming and alternative org. measures.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Advice for the CEO and executive level is to focus on what's going wrong internally more and acquisition less. LISTEN TO YOUR EMPLOYEES. Have more inter-departmental functions to strengthen ties and communication, encouraging a friendlier work environment.

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