- Current Employee, more than 10 years★★★★★
Great company to work forJun 1, 2022 - Consultant in Wilmington, DERecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Competitive salary Flexible work schedule Employees treated fairly
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Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★
Great CompanyDec 18, 2022 - Chemical OperatorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great company, pay, and benefits.
None, great place to work.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★
Poor People TreatmentMar 16, 2023 - Senior Financial Analyst in Pass Christian, MSRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Hard working coworkers with good pay and latitude to operate. Employees enjoy some freedom to be creative with little interference from micromanagement.
Unequal representation of contributions. Top down overbearing and highly ineffective senior management who possess an uncanny lack of solid, supported business instincts. Senior management possesses a profound lack of transparency in mission and go to market knowledge, which is easily and sadly obvious in its befuddled market-facing engagement. Corporate directives are heavily reliant on ESG and DEI designed to blatantly compensate for a highly exposed environmental and community lack of legitimacy. Management suffers from a failure to spell out and clarify corporate objectives into bottom up actionable broad and deep efforts that the company can readily deploy and produce to. Management has a detrimental toxic effect in the employment and motivational space, constantly going with insensitive, tone-deaf and nonsensical knee-jerk flavors of the day when it comes to evolving into a “great place to work,” which it certainly is not and cannot be in its current descent into woke culture. The company is highly leveraged and increasingly dependent on green new deal governmental market efforts to create something that does not in the end work for society and will in time erode its customer base and employee support. Senior management employs poor operational and management disciple in a constant chase for quarterly results that from any reasonable perspective show red flags everywhere in its growth strategy and return on investment. Company employs stock buy backs to enrich its variable contribution senior management portfolios, and to keep up the illusion of stock price growth, depriving itself of real investment in capabilities and expansion of its tried and reliable core capabilities. The company pays well, but is attriting highly compensated senior level expertise for not in kind, green, socially active employees to project an image that it cares about “diversity.” The company is not on a good path in my opinion and you’d be wise to consider the position you’re taking and how protected and rewarding it may or may not be in the long run.Continue reading