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30+ days ago

Production Supervisor

Morton Salt South Hutchinson, KS

include: •Supervise and coordinate activities of workers engaged in the chemical processing and evaporation of salt, loading and unloading salt… Glassdoor

29 days ago


Morton Salt South Hutchinson, KS

Morton Salt is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Financial Analyst

Morton Salt Chicago, IL

Support the market planning, budgeting and reporting processes and help identify and participate in key initiatives to improve business results… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Corporate Materials Manager – new

Morton Salt Chicago, IL

• Monitor and recommend improvements for physical inventory levels by advanced materials approaches, e.g. inventory sharing, decentralized commodity… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Truck Driver

Morton Salt Grand Saline, TX

The truck driver is a full time position responsible for performing skilled work to include safely operating a semi-tractor/pneumatic tank trailer… Glassdoor

29 days ago

SAP Sr SD Business Process Consultant

Morton Salt Chicago, IL

 Work with internal and external partners to understand requests, gather requirements, perform ROI and risk analysis  Perform maintenance and… Glassdoor

26 days ago


Morton Salt Chicago, IL

• Evaluates and processes purchase requisitions; determines new sources of supply when not pre-existing; expedites orders on an emergency basis… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Shared Services and Innovation Lead

Morton Salt Chicago, IL

This position is responsible for leading the Procurement Shared Service and Innovation Team across multiple Morton Salt US/Canada locations. The… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Production Operator

Morton Salt Newark, CA

Morton Salt is currently seeking a Pan Relief Operator for our Newark, California facility.The Pan Relief Operator will be responsible for operating… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Maintenance Mechanic – new

Morton Salt Cincinnati, OH

Comply with all Morton Salt, State and Federal safety rules and regulations. Hold the safety of self and others, be it Morton Salt employees… Glassdoor

Morton Salt Reviews

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    Overworked and underpaid

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in South Hutchinson, KS
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in South Hutchinson, KS

    I have been working at Morton Salt full-time (more than 3 years)


    We have fairly good health insurance for the price we pay per month.
    Most people are hard working and fun to work with.


    The company wants their salary workers to have a college degree which is fine. However, unless it's an engineering degree you are not compensated for it even if your position matches your degree field. Union workers (that are only required to have a high school degree) are paid just as much or more than those of us that have college degrees in something besides engineering. Basically if you want to work for Morton Salt either don't waste your money going to college or get an engineering degree so you can make enough to pay off your student debt.

    This is a great company to work for as long as you don't have a life outside of it. They are constantly changing schedules and forcing people to work. Don't plan on doing anything on your days off unless it's a scheduled vacation day because chances are you're going to be working.
    You don't want to be a supervisor during the holidays. They have to work all holidays and are not given another day off durning the week in exchange. The higher ups at the plant sure seem to get all of their holidays though.

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    I've heard that back in the good old days Morton Salt used to promote people from within. Not any more. In order to move up you better have a degree (and it better be engineering). As long as you have an engineering degree it doesn't matter if you have experience or not. They will always pick a degreed person over someone that has 10+ years of experience at the same plant. Then the person with nothing but experience ends up training the degreed newbie. Does it make logical sense to run things like this?

    Seems to be a major lack of caring about employees. Good people with lots of experience are leaving but upper management doesn't seem to bar an eye at it. Just goes to show how little you are valued as an employee.

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