I worked at Solaris Paper Inc.
Pros – A lot of overtime opportunities
Cons – Theres no real money here.
You will start off at 12.00 an hr, and after being there for about 3-4 years you will roughly still be around 12.87, they say there very competitive about the salaries from other paper companies i doubt that!
The only people who move right on up are the people who like to kiss A**
They offer the 401k but they don't even match 1%!!
Advice to Senior Management – More and more employees are going to be quitting soon, as soon as theres more job openings.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2010-05-03 01:13 PDT
I have been working at Solaris Paper Inc. full-time
Pros – Nice and friendly co-workers. You will meet a lot of new friends.
Cons – Very poor leadership. Current CEO is never around and he has a crappy attitude when he is around. Management Team change almost every year. Change in Management every year includes changes in company policies. Very difficult for employees to adapt to the constant change in work environment. If you like to be over worked and receive no benefits then this is the place for you.
Advice to Senior Management – Your people should come first. Consider your employees ideas. Support your employees needs so they can support the organization's goals.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-11-27 20:10 PST
I have been working at Solaris Paper Inc.
Pros – Coworkers here are all very nice
Cons – Managment changes too often, no leadership and the business is run chaoticly.
Advice to Senior Management – Do a thorough analysis of any plan to move ahead and stick to the strategy.
2012-10-22 17:43 PDT
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