Clean Harbors

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Clean Harbors
Clean Harbors
2,9
286 avis
Clean Harbors : notes
2,9
Note moyenne sur 286 avis sur Indeed
2,8Équilibre vie privée/professionnelle
3,1Salaire et avantages
2,5Sécurité de l'emploi et avancement de carrière
2,5Direction
2,7Culture d'entreprise
Siège social
42 Longwater Drive, Norwell, MA 02061
Employés
+ de 10 000
Chiffre d'affaires
De 1 à 5 milliards $ (US)
Secteur
Energy and Utilities

Emplois populaires chez Clean Harbors

 Salaire moyenGrille de salaires
14 salaires indiqués
24,75 $
par heure
12,35 $-37,15 $
15 salaires indiqués
21,94 $
par heure
10,95 $-32,95 $
9 salaires indiqués
25,63 $
par heure
12,80 $-38,45 $
Satisfaction vis-à-vis du salaire
57%
Pourcentage d'employés satisfaits de leur salaire
D'après 585 avis

Clean Harbors : avis

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Avis généraux sur l'entreprise Clean Harbors

3,0
Facilities Technician | Ryley, AB | 30 août 2017
Good place to work, steady hours all year round.
Let me start by saying that all facilities seem to run differently, all have a different culture within the Clean Harbors culture (like comparing New York and Texas, same country but very different places). I worked doing the facility technician job for three years, at the time I applied it required post secondary education in chemistry, my facility was Ryley Alberta which is a landfill/transfer station in a segregated rural village. This job is very steady, there is work for the next 20 years in this facility however sadly there seems like there will be little to no net growth in terms of personnel and for that reason with some education this is more than likely going to be a temporary job for whomever takes it. You have the choice to live in a quiet town home to 500 people or drive 70-80km to the nearest city. I chose the latter, which did cost me 120,000 km and many hours of driving over three years. The pay is reasonable for the job, however if you’re an out of town worker which is more than likely then you’ll find out how underpaid it actually is (since the labour pool for this job in particular has been exhausted in the local area). For this reason, do not be shy to ask for the highest possible pay - because raises are unlikely at this facility - highly unlikely I will repeat. This job is a hard hat, coveralls, steel toed boots kind of job, depending on your capacity it’ll be 10% office work, 15% lab work and the rest transfer station work (mostly labour
Points positifsSteady hours, good supervisors and management.
Points négatifsNo pay raises, long commute.
4,0
Driver | Corunna, ON | 13 mars 2022
Has It's Pros and Cons
Good place to work but not perfect. Pros: - Home daily - Straight days, mon-fri - Great benefits (life, dental, vision) - 401k Match Program - Hourly Pay with OT after 9 hours in a work day for local work. OT after ur 10th hour for non-local work (time and a half). They also pay double time on ur 12th hour to ur 14th in a day and double time at ur 60th hour/week. - All drivers make over 100k/year, even the ones who work as little as they can. Some drivers make as high as 140k - Stat holidays off - Safety is taken seriously. If the road conditions are poor due to winter weather, you are not forced to drive in it. - Management treats you well and does not pressure or rush you to do your job. Take 8 or 14 hours on a job, long as you do it safely, they don't get on ur case. - VERY flexible start times. Unless the customer you are assigned to that day has a specific arrival time, you can start your day pretty much anytime you want. - If you do have a layover (which is not common), you are put in a hotel. You never have to sleep in the trucks (can if you want though). You are also paid extra for meal allowance if you do lay over. Cons: - Euipment is old and breakdowns are common. - Level gauges on most tankers don't work, leaving you to guesstimate your load with hopes of not over filling/puking your tanker. - Poor sick time policy. You only get 40 hours paid sick time/year. Due to covid and self isolation policies, you can chew through that 40 hours fast. - You only know what y
Points positifsHome daily, Mon-Fri, Hourly Pay, Over time, Benefits
Points négatifsOld Equipment
3,0
Chemist | Fort Saskatchewan, AB | 5 nov. 2018
Not a bad company but not one to retire either.
I worked here for four years as a technician for 3 years and as a chemist for 1. My time was enjoyable while a technician but the unpaid commute to a remote location made it difficult to stay for long, so around the time I was looking into going somewhere else I got a promotion based out of the Edmonton Area. As a chemist it was good, many benefits were included with the job including a vehicle plus a paid commute, however the raise to take the chemist job was zero cents. Benefits are meh, 50% dental, never used the prescription, zero paid sick days, two weeks vacation, nothing to brag about, right on mid-low range. I would have stayed for longer but management tried to push me to take a job 1 hour North of Fort Mcmurray, at zero dollars net raise income. The way they tried to accomplish this was by cutting my paid commute (which was agreed upon hiring but not written in my contract), sent me back to $50k/year, so in order to stay at the same $66k/year or so they said I had to go up North. They did re-negotiate a contract at the site I was based at but the way the manager deals with you is "take it or leave it", so I left. Long story short, after four years subtracting inflation my wage went up by $0.95, so this is probably what you should expect: a quarter a year. Most managers were very good, especially at the Ryley facility, but even then, the only way to describe my last few months there is that I got earnings bullied into finding a new job. In having s
Points positifsAlways paid on time
Points négatifsNo raises.
1,0
Maintenance Planner | Corunna, ON | 17 sept. 2013
Correcting other people's mistakes, but you get blamed for everything else
Was there for 2 months - job posting initially promised a rewarding career with lots of learning potential. None of that was true - not even the job description matches what I did on a daily basis. Instead was hired on as a paper pusher that had been left by previous person for me to follow up, which I had no idea of. Initial training had promise, but left me with only the basics on how to clear off the current backlog and left me with more questions than answers with nothing going forward. No time to do 5 different jobs at once. Workload never ends - expected to work for them during weekends and holidays as well. Support of processes really bad - no backup from anyone else and even if there was backup, it took precious time out of your busy day to go through these processes which then compounds your workload even further and allows for bigger errors to happen because now you are forced to make shortcuts to the process. Tools to support processes looks good on paper, but is below average and when it does not work, it really affects your day's output and trying to resolve the problem, again they say it's not their fault, it's yours. Basically, you were the go-to person doing 5 different jobs at the same time, but not getting 5 different paychecks and if you could not handle the workload, you were blamed and it was the start of the termination process which does not go through the proper stages of the process established by current labor laws.
Points positifsAbove average salary
Points négatifsBelow average execution of processes, off-balanced worklife, job description and what is actually done on the job vastly different
1,0
Purchasing Specialist | Edmonton, AB | 20 mai 2014
ABSOLUTE WORST COMPANY EVER - don't bother applying, seriously!!!
This company has a major disconnect between management and employees. I worked at the head office in Edm and it is ridiculous, the staff in AP are scared of their boss; the billing and transportation depts are kept in the back because they are too loud (but the best group there); management all went to school together and are best buds - but are not friendly with other staff; purchasing manager is a complete joke - most arrogant boss ever, works half days and even then he bluffs his way through conference calls and lies through his teeth about his "busy" work schedule - a complete joke!! If Norwell had any clue they would have someone there for him to report to - extremely unprofessional, awful work environment!! Half the people are looking for other employment - no job stability, they don't tell you there are no sick days, they deduct a vacation day as sick days, no raises - yes no raises!! WTH is that!! Cancelled their stock program, cancelled their gym membership reimbursement - OH AND don't even think about training...you are left on your own!! No moral and everyone in the field hates head office and visa versa...all you hear is complaining; the job description is not the actual job you do either; My biggest mistake ever was accepting this job!! Do yourself a favor and save a headache....don't bother with Clean Harbors, they pretend to talk a good talk but are far from it and are not what they advertise at all.
Points positifsNONE
Points négatifslow pay; long hours, no training, no support, bad atmosphere to work in period!!
3,0
Account Manager | Calgary, AB | 18 mars 2015
Tough Times in Oil--Lots of Debt and an Aging Fleet
Clean Harbors has grown by acquiring many small companies in Western Canada. This stratgey has brough on considerable debt, and the fleet is aging in most of it's lines of business. Due to this, Clean Harbors pricing is higher than it's competitors--often while providing less value than someone with newer equipment at a lower cost (fewer break-downs, etc). Still, a lot of smart and savy people work here. I enjoyed my colleagues, and selling the Clean Harbors portfolio can lead to some interesting conversations--mostly because Clean Harbors can offer so many lines of business to it's large customers. The pay was below avergae for simlar jobs in this neck of the woods, but the worst part about the job is the bonus strucutre. Many people have had money problems either hitting bonuses, or getting paid out on them if they were super-successful. As a result, many of Clean Harbors best people have left in roles like Business Development. Overall, it's a decent place to work, but they are not competitive versus other companies nearby. I'd say it's a great place to get your foot-in-the-door, gain some experience and contacts, and then leave for greener pastures. You can learn a lot working here, and I was always given enough latitude to drive my business the way I felt was right. For this, I must give management an A+ rating.
Points positifsLots of things to sell, decent work life balance, opportunity to climb
Points négatifsNon competitive pricing, an aging fleet--poor leadership in upper management
3,0
Equipment Operator | Canada | 14 oct. 2019
Good work, good co-workers, terrible management
I worked at Clean Harbors for 4 years as an Operator. Clean Harbors as the core company is very focused towards it employees and their well being, and advancement. That being said the management from branch to branch is very different. there is a lot of favouritism (close with management and supervisors) and generally branch management is not willing to help its employees in any manner whether that be broken equipment, training, required PPE, time off, or performance based raises (never doing the reviews if they don't like you). They will constantly send you out of town with less than 24hrs notice and you can expect to consistently be away from your home and family for 2wks-1mth (only those close to management get consistent home based work). Safety training within the segregated branches is ignored and they will make you do jobs that you are unsure about or not familiar with, with absolutely no formal training other than someone who kinda knows the job and equipment (I was on sites where people got hurt over this). If you refuse, since they cannot fire for the refusal they will sit you at home (with no pay) until you quit. That being said the fellow drivers and labourers are generally really good to work with and talk to, and are willing to help guys through uncertain situations.
1,0
Equipment Operator | Ryley, AB | 30 sept. 2019
If you like being treated like trash work here
I worked at this company at the Ryley landfill division for nearly 5 years. Every week going back the thought wasn’t about what to do all it was is how are we getting in trouble today. The management here is absolutely terrible. They have no clue what they are doing and have no clue how to manage themselves let alone anyone else. The pay is even worse for the hazards you work in and even if you are the longest lasting employee new hires can be paid more than you. I knew the place inside and out and that still wasn’t good enough. The management promotes bullying and even adds in to get things more heated. If you like being treated like absolute garbage then by all means work here. But take my advice and avoid it at all cost. Even now I hear how everything is my fault or how the managers are going to treat me next time they see me. When I started there we had full crews of new hires at the same time as me. When I left I was the last of those hires there. This facility itself is trash and unless management changes there’s no way I’d even advise my worst enemy to work there. Also, my last week there they made us run the track hoe and rock trucks with no windshields.
Points positifsShift work
Points négatifsManagement sucks, pay, benefits, work environment, coworker bickering and backstabbing
4,0
Materials Technician | Canada | 19 déc. 2016
Overall a good place.
The job itself wasn't to bad at all. Management was great and so were the majority of my co-workers. Was doing de-watering and processing of materials there. They had good safety and training programs and the supervisors were always willing to listen to any concerns a person had. Was laid of due to the cold winter weather and the challenges of keeping water from freezing. Was the first time the manager had to lay people off for this reason and I could tell when talking to him it was killing him to do so, so you can see the humanity in the management in the company. The wages weren't that great and I was hired after a pay freeze was put in place is among one of my only cons of the company, but in these trying economic times those things are to be expected. Only real issue that was hard was the lack of a schedule. Was explained that was the way it was on most sites when I was hired though but it still can get trying often only having a couple days notice when you are leaving out of town or coming home, and never knowing for how long. But that is also just the nature of that work. I would certainly return if called back before finding a new employer.
Points positifsGood Management and staff.
Points négatifsUnpredictable schedule so planning life outside of work is an impossibility
1,0
Customer Service Representative | Edmonton, AB | 3 juill. 2014
Not a good company to work for
Clean Harbors is a frustrating and difficult company to work for. There is so much disconnect and poor communication between the various divisions and within upper management. I worked as a customer service representative for a year. My co-workers were really great and the only reason I stayed at the company for as long as I did. There was a lot of difficulty with our managers, as they were completely absent most of the time and non communicative and not available when they were needed. The computer system is really slow and outdated. Invoices, quotes, profiles all had to be approved by the corporate office in Boston and it was really difficult to complete anything easily. The pay was pretty good but the benefits were just average and there were no paid sick days. Really high turnover, it seems like there were constantly new people being hired within the company but very few people actually stayed long term. Overall I would not recommend this company, it was not a good experience.
Points positifsGood starting wage. Helpful coworkers. Paid vacation and benefits.
Points négatifsVery little support and training opportunities, high employee turnover, disorganized, poor management, lack of raises or bonuses, no incentive to stay long term.
2,0
Administrative Assistant | Richardson, TX | 4 août 2019
The hardest working employees are grossly under paid.
The turn over rate is extremely high. People are unhappy with the large amount of work loads we get, and some of us are not compensated fairly for the extra work we do. We cannot get or keep enough good people who want to work. Management is completely out of touch with the regular employees that work the hardest and has a hard time keeping control and reprimanding employees who are slackers and do nothing but cause extra work for the ones that come into work and give 100% everyday. When you are in a lead position management does nothing to make your work easy and more rewarding, especially if you are understaffed. They do not offer adequate support, with the false expectation that you can do it all, and over work you to the bone. At times I find myself doing a job that takes 3 people to do, this in my opinion is modern day slavery. The level of stress can be very overwhelimng. The false expectation of meeting compliance deadlines and offering your support to everyone when you do not have all the resourses is completely unrealistic and ridiculous. All they care about is numbers $$ and contribute nothing to the success of the hardest working employees. There is no opportunity for advancement, or higher learning, just useless conference calls, and power point presentations. If you are in a lead position you are basically stuck, until someone leaves the company. The company continues to make aquistions and doesn't have one clear strategy of doing things, to the point that it ca
1,0
Field Manager | United States | 17 juin 2019
I’m rating only the Remediation division.
The Remediation Division has horrible management that has no leadership skills, people skills, true work ethic, or do care anything about the employees. Your on the road From job to job across the country away from your family several weeks at a time. A project comes that’s close to where you live, logically you should be on that project, not in this division. Somebody from the other side of the country is there while you work next door to their home. You could be out as long as 10 weeks, does anyone say we appreciate that, no. The only thing yo get from this division is yelled at. You get yelled because the mounds of paperwork they require isn’t finished and sent because you’ve been in the field directing the project. Then you get yelled at because you’ve been in the mobile office, if you’re lucky enough to get one, too long getting the mounds of paperwork done and sent instead of out directing the project. Also you’re going to yelled at for your project not making money even though before you were assigned the project the VP cuts the bid by a quarter of a million dollars when everyone knows that the client awarded the project based on the 5% discount on that was being given if we were awarded both the disposal and remediation. That takes another $100,000 from an already too low bid. The division makes up its own rules that the rest of the company do not go by and some of them are rules that go against company policy. The management for this division is incompetent at best,
Points positifsThe company outside of the Remediation Division seems ok, the CEO seems to truly care for the employees, benefits are good for the times we live in
Points négatifsRemediation management, salary, raise potential, management that takes no responsibility for their actions, Remediation management treats employees like garbage
1,0
Supervisor | Bridgeport, NJ | 4 nov. 2020
Talk about safety
They are all talk about safety ,work home balance . After all the safety talk they tell you just go get it done and if you say something they starve you out with no work . They promote work home balance but call you and want you in within an hour alot of times for overnight or several nights away from home and if you can't leave town they retaliate with no work . Ask you even if your not a traveling employee to not only travel but then have a cap on their hotels that basically puts you in a crack hotel with bedbugs ( not all the time sometimes you may get lucky and have an ok hotel but rare ) they also do give you $35 a day when out of town but its in your check which is two weeks later so you have to put the money out to eat. , and being that a hotel with a kitchenette is normally above the cap you have to eat out everyday which is not healthy and also extremely expensive so the 35 doesn't cover most of your forced expenses. Also they want you to sit in these hotels with no transportation so that limits your choices. And they expect you to be available24/7 with no on call pay then tell you well you got no hours this past few days and you are out of town but we gave you $35 perdiam to eat ,like that makes it up. Then sometimes they ask you to take your vehicle out of town and they do pay mileage but if something happens to your car (damaged on a worksite ,etc ) its on you they wash their hands of it so you may not get any hours and have to fix or replace your car if you ca
Points positifsTraining for other jobs
Points négatifsExpensive healthcare, short or non existing breaks, treated like a number even told they will replace you
1,0
Equipment Operator | Washington State | 28 mars 2022
Regret 100%
Management makes 1000 promises and never holds up their end. They are constantly making changes on policy and procedure and forget to inform you and quickly reprimand you for not already knowing it. They say there is raises but you’ll never see them. When you ask about them they say they are sitting on someone’s desk for approval. They charge customers double time and don’t pay the employees double time. If you work a prevailing wage job you won’t see that money for 6-24 months. Management provides zero help with anything and make you feel like you are the problem when they screw up. They changed to a paperless system so you have to hunt down a foreman or supervisor who has a company tablet or computer to enter your times in for you, and if there is an issue with time they don’t correct they just take it out of your total hours. They say there is plenty of work but some of us barely make 20 hours a week and when you call out sick or for a family emergency, supervisors will starve you out on time till you quit or they finally give you a meaningless job. They reward the bad employees and punish the ones that actually go out and do their job. Equipment is always breaking down and when you notify them they say deal with it but when we get a yearly audit we get punished for not having properly running equipment. They constantly send equipment out to other branches then quickly book jobs that we need that equipment for so they sub it out to another company. So management gets their
3,0
Environmental Technician | Long Beach, CA | 24 déc. 2016
Remember that TV show Dirty Jobs?
Chances are you are going to work on a site with the likes of the TV show Dirty Jobs. You must be able to work in extreme temperatures and bad smell. You must be able to work on very elevates surfaces and small, dark spaces. You will be liftining, pushing, bending, crawling, and using power tools. Be prepared to sweet perfusely. You must be able to work as part of a team and that is very key. If you enjoy Safety-is-First kind of jobs this is one for you! It is extremely important to do your homework before applying for an entry level position as a labor worker. **DO NOT** settle for a low ball offer. There are many jobs that will be available for these positions. The demanding, aver changing schedule added to some really hard, and dirty days will combine with bad weather and unpleasant settings to create a perfect storm. That storm not including personal life will send a lot of people flying out. So, unless you secure a good starting hourly rate you wont last. My advise is find out how much you should get paid first. The company provides great benefits and overtime is often available. Management in the local offices can be very political and seldom preferential towards friends and family hence the importance of starting on the right foot and that means get your times worth in dollars as you interview. This will keep you grounded because the money you make is your bottom line. You don't have to prove anything to anyone. You must work safely and efficiently that
Points positifsOvertime, Benefits, Travel, Flexible
Points négatifsHard, Demanding Schedules, Dirty, Dangerous, Intermittent
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Field Technician | Commerce City, CO | 6 mai 2016
Field Tech
Worst job I ever had unless you don't like to be home most of the time and you don't have any bills to pay then this job is for you. only got good hours during the warm parts of the year but could never use vacation because you would use it all up trying to get a pay check when you sit at home, management would say they are working hard to get jobs but pretty sure they didn't care cause they were on salary so they got paid no matter what they would just tell you that so you wouldn't be looking for another job, thought our office sucked but went to other places to work and would hear the same problems so it was all over clean harbors the common question when working with other offices is "You guys staying busy?" then after the first of the year(2016) clean harbors stopped matching 401k's and there are no bonus's what so ever so no wonder they are a billion dollar company, hardly had any jobs where you could be home with your family or make any plans to be home its was basically when they would call you need to show up for work, then I put in my two weeks they wouldn't even put me on the schedule after I did, I tried talking to higher up management to see if any thing could be done about it and nope I was told I could talk to him about stuff but when it came down to it no help at all, if they ever messed up on your paycheck it took them forever to fix it I'm sure they were hoping that after so long you would forget about it and its so hard to get ahold of anyone to get it fixed
Points positifsGet to Travel
Points négatifsalot of stuff!!
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Route Sales Representative | Knoxville, TN | 10 août 2016
Selfishness masked as camaraderie
The actual job would be enjoyable if it wasn't for the way the business operates. There is this underlying backstabbing culture at this branch and having read others accounts it is a reoccurance nationwide. A placement (new account, new machine or product in a preexisting account) made by a route rep can be made to look like the in-office sales rep was responsible for said placement taking credit for another's work. Management is admissible. I have come to believe this as intentional, to be a scape goat for when sales are down or mistakes are made which leads to the biggest issue and that is profit driven antics at the expense of the customer and the route service rep. The pressure placed on management for profits is a folly that has backfired many times. Loss of accounts, some huge, is a big deal as any rep knows gaining the customer's trust back is next to impossible after being gouged and mistreated. And commission... So, let say you have a customer 30 minutes out of your way. You pick up 1 item that is 1 point. That one point is $2.50. You have made 14 point for the day. That is $35 for the day. Some days will be better than others and the points multiply after 500+ points by $6 a point. Also like most there is a base pay as well. That said it is difficult for the best of men to make over the 500 point mark and Clean Harbors could pay a little better for the 700lbs (give or take) barrels picked up on top of hazardous chemicals handled. Proceed with caution, hopefu
Points positifsA few exceptional employees, the ability to work on your own and structure the route once learned.
Points négatifsCounter productive managerial practices and an untrustworthy work environment.

Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise Clean Harbors

Why did you leave your job at Clean Harbors?
Posée le 20 mars 2017
Could not work for a manager with no field experience in industrial cleaning. Forced me to work an 18 hour day and then had the nerve to tell me not to show all of those hours on my log. Said he made me work all of those hours to impress the company and show we are dedicated to our jobs and customers. Just one big clique in the Sarnia On division.
Réponse du 30 déc. 2019
Bunch of ragging morons worst than kindergarten. Very, very few people (couple) with a spine. Need to do lots of B.um kissing and report to an brain damage supervisor. Only chiefs over there.
Réponse du 19 août 2018
Vos supérieurs sont-ils facilement abordables chez Clean Harbors?
Posée le 20 mars 2017
Start listening to Operators/Laborers concerns and fix your equipment both the big and small stuff. not just make it legal and head out. make the company specific training per task a priority and stop forcing people to do jobs they are not comfortable with. you know just as well as they do that they won't say no to doing a job just because they are unfamiliar with it.
Réponse du 14 oct. 2019
Better benefits, regular pay increases for loyal employees, show loyalty to your own people!
Réponse du 7 oct. 2019
What is the company culture at CleanHarbors?
Posée le 29 sept. 2017
Very negative culture in the shops!
Réponse du 24 mars 2022
My way or the hi way from maintenance management!! Very clicky with certain workers and management. As long as you make the managers look good they leave you alone. You don’t and they eventually run you down till you quit!
Réponse du 24 mars 2022
Si vous deviez quitter Clean Harbors, quelle en serait la raison?
Posée le 4 mai 2018
Backstabbing, favouritism, managers who don’t care for their employees. No challenge, you are basically a parts changer.
Réponse du 2 sept. 2021
Maintenance hub managers!!!!!!!!!!
Réponse du 29 juill. 2021
Quels sont les avantages offerts chez Clean Harbors?
Posée le 25 janv. 2019
Nothing company policy is good. Besides management in sismic
Réponse du 4 juin 2020
2 weeks for the first 5 years. 3 weeks for the next 5 years.......
Réponse du 7 janv. 2020