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Project Manager - 12 month contract

Lafarge Group Brookfield

Results/Accountabilities: • Demonstrate a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and… Lafarge Group

30+ days ago

Process Manager

Lafarge Group Joppa, IL

Primary objective is to provide technical leadership and supervise the Process Department at all stages of an Oilwell cement manufacturing plant… Lafarge Group

30+ days ago

Assistant Plant Manager

Lafarge Group Marblehead, OH

The Assistant Plant Manager is a development role to facilitate advancement to achieve a Plant Manager position at a site in the US. The Assistant… Lafarge Group

30+ days ago

Territory Manager West New York

Lafarge Group Amherst, NY

The Territory Manager (T.M.) is responsible for aggregate and asphalt sales & marketing in a defined geographic area of a market. This individual has… Lafarge Group

18 days ago

Tax Analyst – 6 month contract

Lafarge Group Mississauga

Results/Accountabilities • Compile, analyze & prepare Lafarge Canada Inc.’s and its subsidiaries’ tax returns • Participate in Lafarge Canada… Lafarge Group

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Lafarge North America President & CEO John Stull
John Stull
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    Corrupt management

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    I worked at Lafarge North America


    Pay and benefits were good at one time, but the company has been cutting them both for the past few years.


    Lack of integrity in managers all the way up the chain - they will cover up their corrupt ways and get rid of anyone who speaks up about them. If you've been with the company long enough to build up to a decent salary, they start looking at ways to replace you. They are constantly reorganizing, causing a disruptive work environment. They throw people into positions with absolutely no training and customers suffer from it. There is total lack of leadership. People are made to fear losing their jobs.

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    Clean house of managers with lack of integrity and those who don't give a damn about the workers that keep the company running.

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