Stericycle – Miami, FL
In a world where cellphones make communication possible anytime and anywhere, it has become a priority for many companies to have their calls… CareerBuilder
Stericycle – Piscataway Township, NJ
Provide lab pack services to technical customers. Identify, segregate, package and ship hazardous and non-hazardous waste, including some… CareerBuilder
Stericycle – Dunmore, PA
Selects, trains, and develops an effective and efficient staff: • Makes every reasonable effort to select, train, and develop qualified, diverse… CareerBuilder
Stericycle – Kent, WA
We are currently seeking an Environmental Specialist II to staff a household hazardous waste facility. Duties include receive, segregate and pack… CareerBuilder
Stericycle – Hayward, CA
Primary responsibility for moving trucks, trailers, and roll offs to and from the loading docks, loading and unloading containers, while ensuring… CareerBuilder
Stericycle – Troutdale, OR
Manage the transportation department of the Districts location(s) and provide the leadership within the assigned district and act as the liaison… CareerBuilder
Stericycle – Saint Paul, MN
A. Anticipate, identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices (PLAN). This function involves: 1. Being highly visible and interactive with… CareerBuilder
I have been working at Stericycle full-time (More than a year)
Great health care and benefits. Pay is okay. Great to start, but move to salary can be a shady process. Most co workers are great and sociable.
Highly dysfunctional teams with leaders who turn their heads to the real issues at hand. Most labor intensive work is done by unmotivated temps who the management greatly ignores and gives no incentives to do better. No real type of on boarding or training program in place. Mostly a learn as you go and make client facing mistakes. Hourly expected to work overtime at little notice or regard to personal life. Salary expected to be available always whenever emails come in. There are no "off" hours on top of being expected to sit in a dingy office for 8 hours a day. Technology is far behind the times with a frustrating IT department to work with on issues.
Advice to Management
Organize. Get on boarding processes in place beyond security. Teams should be prepared for new employees and have a training track in place. Stop spending money on culture initiatives that are condescending and don't reach most employees. Start considering work from home as an option for salary individuals if you expect them to always be available to the client and other business needs. Invest in technology that will aid the work of your employees. Inadequate tools for a job is inexcusable.