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David J. Joseph Kansas City, KS

1.Responsible for torching scrap metal to meet specs for shipment. 2.Responsible for proper handling and storage of propane tanks. 3.Maintain work… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

General Manager

David J. Joseph Kansas City, KS

The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), founded in 1885, is a world leader in scrap metal recycling & trading. With over 80 locations, the Joseph Company… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


David J. Joseph Salt Lake City, UT

1. Greet, assist and direct customers to proper location to unload materials. 2. Inspect for non-compliant materials in customer loads. 3. Ensure… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Equipment Operator

David J. Joseph Houston, TX +3 locations

1.Operate heavy equipment of various sizes. 2.Properly follow company and OSHA safety procedures. 3.Perform daily inspections on equipment and report… Glassdoor

25 days ago


David J. Joseph Sarasota, FL

1. Properly follow company and OSHA safety procedures. 2. Excellent customer service skills. • Able to communicate well with all levels of… Glassdoor

24 days ago

ETL Architect

David J. Joseph Cincinnati, OH

1. Lead in the design, development and maintenance of BI solutions from source system to delivery. 2. Work directly with key business stakeholders on… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Accounts Payable Assistant

David J. Joseph Cincinnati, OH

The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ), founded in 1885, is today one of the largest scrap metal recycling companies in the United States. The Joseph… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

HR Generalist

David J. Joseph Cincinnati, OH

1. Assist with human resource related practices, programs and initiatives. Includes recruiting, employee development and training, compensation… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Brokerage Representative

David J. Joseph Columbus, OH

1. Successfully complete 8 week orientation and relocate to District Office… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Inside Sales Representative

David J. Joseph Denver, CO

How would you like to turn your customer service talents into a rewarding sales career with a dynamic company? Join our team at U Pull and Pay! We… Glassdoor

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    Poor Leadership

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at David J. Joseph full-time


    I was able to work with friends which made the days short and improved the team work.
    Medical benefits were fair - good.


    No breaks or lunches- Working 9 + hours a day on my feet. I ate lunch standing up between customers. I brought this up to management and they helped for a day or two but then we were told they were too busy to offer breaks. However, exceptions were made for one employee when she was working in the scale house all day.
    Did not feel valued - The management did not seem to care how I was treated by the customers. On more than one occasion I was sexually harassed and verbally abused. This even happened in front of my supervisor and he did nothing. When brought up by my coworkers or myself to management they replied that it was nothing and we were bringing it upon ourselves by the way we dressed or acted with them.
    Poor Leadership - Talked down to by management on more than one occasion and verbally abused by management depending on the day. There were different rules depending on who was the manager dealing with the situation. One manager would establish a procedure and then another manager asked us why we were doing it that way and told us to stop. No accountability and no stability. I didn’t know how to do my job each day because it changed repeatedly.
    Discrimination - I worked with several different nationalities. Sad to say we were not all treated the same. I was held to a higher standard. If I made a mistake I was written up. On more than one occasion a coworker of a different nationality made the same mistake and it was brushed off. When brought up to HR and management, we were simply told it was a cultural difference but that only went one way because we were not of the minority nationality. The other nationalities were not expected to read and write English but we were expected to be able to communicate with them.
    If a coworker or I made a mistake, we had to worry about the management publicly discussing it instead of it being handled between management and the employee. When I told management that it needed to be handled directly with the employee so we knew what we were doing wrong, I was told that would happen. It was never handled or addressed that way.

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    Saying your door is open means nothing if you do not take the time to actively listen to your employees. I shared my views and experiences on more than one occasion and was told that I needed to "just keep my mouth shut" or "just stick to my job"

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