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I worked at Morton Salt full-time (More than 8 years)
Worst communicator between upper and middle management. I was told " No communication is good communication." No training at middle management level. High stress and they try compensate by throwing money at supervisors. Extremely high salary position turn over. Stay away!!!
All cons nothing good about this place.
Advice to Management
Learn to communicate with your supervisors. Stop canceling training for production.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Morton Salt (Fairport Harbor, OH).
Morton Salt interviewed at my college and also put on an interview prep class which I attended. I originally was not scheduled for an interview, but was desperate for a job and went to the prep class. I came early and spoke to the instructor who was also the HR Manager for the corporation. It turned out he was an old coal miner and I had just finished my co-op at a mine in West Virginia. We hit it off and he offered me an interview on the spot. I had no idea salt even came from underground mines. Previous experience, a degree, and willingness to learn are very important to engineering positions at Morton Salt.
New hires out of school, at that time, had no chance of negotiation. I believe this still holds true. Morton is pretty set in their ways.