Doesn't RecommendPositive Outlook
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Unimin full-time (More than 5 years)
The employees I support on a daily basis are friendly and we have developed a bond and respect for one another.
The company is growing rapidly and we are being put under a lot stress and asked to do more than we can handle then being reprimanded for not finishing our projects.
Advice to Management
Don't be afraid to let go of those that are not performing and let us hire someone that wants to be part of a hard working team.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Unimin (Danbury, CT) in February 2015.
First telephone interview was very brief... basically, wanted to know my salary requirements. She stated that it mine were too high but would check with management. Called back a week later to tell me they were okay with the salary request so we finished the interview. Then two weeks later, I had another telephone interview with two HR individuals with again very basic questions... similar to the first call. I asked them what were the next steps or what could I expect. They said they would get back to me one way or the other. After a month I received a standard format email stating that the position had been filled. Seemed disjointed... and seemed like they were really eager to fill the position very quickly!
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Mining company Unimin specializes in industrial minerals. The company's products include ball clay, barium sulfate, bentonite clay, calcium carbonate, dolomite, feldspar, high-purity quartz, kaolin, microcrystalline silica, olivine, and talc. Unimin sells its products to customers in a broad range of industries, including producers of industrial ceramics, fiberglass, fiber-optics, glass, oil and gas, paint and coatings, quartz lighting, and semiconductors. It operates from facilities in North and South America, Australia, and Europe. Its North Cape Minerals subsidiary ...