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Great people working on my Team. Overall unstable work envrionment due to economic climate - continuous lay-offs.

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Former Employee - Customer Service Representative  in  Boise, ID
Former Employee - Customer Service Representative in Boise, ID

I worked at Weyerhaeuser

Pros

Decent benefits and pay.
Good safety priorities.

Cons

Very process driven and not very customer focused.
Continuous lay-offs due to the economy.
Senior leadership is more reactive than proactive.

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    I was very pleased with my worklife at Weyerhaeser

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    Former Employee - Product Manager  in  Federal Way, WA
    Former Employee - Product Manager in Federal Way, WA

    I worked at Weyerhaeuser

    Pros

    Respect in the workplace
    Work-life Balance
    Learning Opportunities

    Cons

    Not entrepeurial
    Inertia
    inordinate focus on safety detracts from action focus
    Recent loss of outstanding performance focused talent

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reward the folks who have gotten you through the recession. Shrink Woodproducts footprint where it doesn't support Timber base.

    Recommends
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    If you can wait it out

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    Former Employee - Information Management  in  Federal Way, WA
    Former Employee - Information Management in Federal Way, WA

    I worked at Weyerhaeuser

    Pros

    Company currently has a reasonable benefit package, although that is changing. Pay scale is adequate but not strongly competitive. However, because the company is struggling through a prolonged downturn, there should be opportunities if you are still employed "when the market turns around".

    Cons

    The company made a commitment to "all things residential construction", and are vertically integrated (timberlands, building materials manufacturing, building materials distribution, residential real estate) with few options except residential construction.
    With the current economic situation, there is not much the rest of the company (not dependent on housing) can do to hold up the weight of businesses that can't make money until residential construction becomes profitable. Just when you think they can't cut anything else . . . they do.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It was a great place to work. What it looks like you're about to do creeps me out.

    Doesn't Recommend
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