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Schnitzer Steel

www.schnitzersteel.com HQ: Portland, OR NASDAQ: SCHN

A Schnitzer Steel Store Manager said:

“Truly mind numbing”
“Promotions are readily available to those interested due to the high turnover environment. During most of my career there were openings at every level somewhere in the country.” –
41 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

1.5 Employees are “Dissatisfied”

Overall CEO Rating

Schnitzer Steel President, CEO, and Director Tamara L. Lundgren

Tamara L. Lundgren
9% Approve

Belden

www.belden.com HQ: Saint Louis, MO NYSE: BDC

A Belden Vice President said:

“A Fast Moving Company in Transition”
“They pay for performance, fast decision making, clear metrics. Lots of career movement for top performers. Great learning experience.” –
61 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.4 Employees are “Dissatisfied”

Overall CEO Rating

Belden President, CEO, and Director John S. Stroup

John S. Stroup
29% Approve

JohnsonDiversey

www.diversey.com HQ: Sturtevant, WI

A JohnsonDiversey employee said:

“Just a bizarre company to work for”
“Some nice folks....if you were a cheesehead living in Wisconsin. Beyond that, not really much to say. Boring product line, boring industry...many still struggling with not being part of SC Johnson…” –
57 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.7 Employees say it's “OK”

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Ilham Kadri
11% Approve

Wilton Brands

www.wilton.com HQ: Woodridge, IL

A Wilton Brands employee said:

“abandon ship”
“The company strives for growth through acquisitions. New CEO seems like a nice guy, seems engaging. Every few weeks you hear about someone else being promoted to a manager of something, however…” –
30 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.0 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Jerry W. Levin
67% Approve

Severstal North America

www.severstalna.com HQ: Dearborn, MI

A Severstal North America employee said:

“Great people to work with!”
“people, incentive structure, flex time” –
27 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.7 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Saikat Dey
100% Approve

Southwire

www.southwire.com HQ: Carrollton, GA

A Southwire Electrical Engineer Co-op said:

“good place to work”
“the best about this job is that it offers good pay and benefits from anybody that works on the floor, to the highest paid employee” –
33 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.4 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Southwire President and CEO Stuart Thorn

Stuart Thorn
83% Approve

ThyssenKrupp

www.thyssenkrupp.com HQ: Essen, Germany German: TKA

A ThyssenKrupp employee said:

“Safety is required at all times....ALL TIMES”
“Good pay, average benefits and work-life balance is decent.” –
47 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.0 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

ThyssenKrupp Chairman, Executive Board Heinrich Hiesinger

Heinrich Hiesinger
72% Approve

MBI

www.mbi-inc.com HQ: Norwalk, CT

A MBI Assistant Program Manager said:

“good job out of college”
“ownership over projects very hands-on get to try on many hats can get noticed easily if you put yourself out there” –
23 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.4 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Peter Maglathlin
78% Approve

Imerys

www.imerys.com HQ: Paris, France Euronext Paris: NK

An Imerys Grounds Utility said:

“Great Place to work.”
“Great pay and benefits. Outside work, with fellow co-workers. The longer I'm with the company, the more I feel like part of the family.” –
29 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.9 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Imerys Président-Directeur Général Gilles Michel

Gilles Michel
62% Approve

AK Steel Holding Corporation

www.aksteel.com HQ: West Chester, OH NYSE: AKS

An AK Steel Holding Corporation Shift Manager said:

“They are never wrong”
“Always a challenge. Usually created by mismanagement or malfunction” –
29 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.5 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

AK Steel Holding Corporation Chairman, President, and CEO Jim Wainscott

Jim Wainscott
16% Approve