Ductal Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Ductal carcinoma is a type of tumor that primarily presents in the ducts of a gland.Types include:
Mammary Ductal carcinoma in situ Invasive ductal carcinoma Pancreatic ductal carcinoma
ASPIRANTE A QUIMICO (Former Employee) says"Los pvtos no me seleccionaron, que se vayan alv, al cabo que ni queria trabajar en un empresa de cemento toda culera, puro polvo hay ahí, nada de fluidos, todo seco y automatizado. Cons: TODOS"
Loader Operator (Former Employee) says"Poor management. Lots of safety training to cover themselves not to protect you. Very little of safety training practiced on site. Constant pressure on production not on safety Cons: Abuse harrassment bullying especially by Belizeans."
Operator (Former Employee) says"Extremel nepotism, too many bosses, top heavy. No emphasis on safety. Ask staff to work too quickly, no matter the danger of the road being worked on. One guy gets no slack for wrecking 13 trucks, One guy does $30,000 damage to a building with no repercussions . then three guys with impeccable records were fired after minor incidents that didn’t cause any company costs. Don’t even apply Cons: Stay away... unless you’re a family member or friend"
Technicien Certifié au Contrôle (Current Employee) says"aucune esprit d'équipe, peu de gens compétents notre expérience n'est pas apprécié"
Equipment Operator (Current Employee) says"Management and Supervisors are full of Lies and and Deceit. Company will use you and abuse you. Not recommended work place. The more lies you can tell the better off you may be for promotions."
Dispatcher (Former Employee) says"Lafarge Syria hat uns unter Risiko arbeiten gezwungen uns sie hat mit ISIS etwas zu tun, um die Waren verkaufen zu dürfen wurden. Und am Ende sie gab uns unseres Endwork Geld nicht."
Receptionist (Former Employee) says"Not a challenging job nothing to do all day time stood still. Colleagues are not welcoming. Management had their favourite people. Not enough hours."
Employee (Current Employee) says"The turn over is very high, so it's constant change in and out from all levels of the business."
Coord. Sr. Compras (Former Employee) says"Ambiente laboral tóxico !!!!🤢🤮"
Operations Manager (Former Employee) says"Bad experience. It's not what you know, but who you know. Lots of back stabbing to get ahead. Very unprofessional organization at Operational level. Still some good people there in HR."
Procurement (Former Employee) says"Terrible HR. Lack of leadership. The HR is non existent. Never on the employee side. Will throw you under the bus."
Operator (Former Employee) says"Sad.com the management suck from the top to the bottom the hours suck they over work one week than the next week you don't get any hours... If you don't sleep with the supervisor chances are they will get you fired"
Soporte Técnico (Former Employee) says"Lujuriosa"
General Labourer (Former Employee) says"Everyday you do something wrong constantly pushed down, making you not want to be there. People are constantly on stress leave because of how your treated, supervisor praises safety all the time but in the end only wants numbers, employees constantly complain about wanting to leave, if you learn a little slower than the rest you'll get yelled at, in a nutshell don't see or hear people lineing up there to get a job."
Plant Manager (Former Employee) says"This company has surrounded itself with GM’s that don’t have a clue how to run a company. They regularly fire dedicated employees a lot of them with 30+ years of service with this joke of a company. Just because some clueless GM doesn’t like them. Their big thing is if you can’t prove that you can make the tough decisions then you’re not management material. They run around trying to buy their customer’s with their credit cards and then gouge them with their products. They pamper themselves with thousands dollar team build dinners and cut spending on plants and equipment. This mismanagement is the reason this company looses hundreds of millions of dollars every year. If you’re looking for a lifelong career keep looking this company is not where you want to be.customers love and then gouging them with their"
Production officer (Former Employee) says"Not an enjoyable place Cons: 6 day weeks"
Control Room Supervisor (Current Employee) says"Management has ruined the work environment and the merger has ruined the benefits. The people here are what makes it bearable. Mid managment and below are tight knit, like family."
Maintenance Coordinator (Former Employee) says"You should have willing to work very long hours in hot and dirty environment and management has no respect of your efforts. Once a manager is replaced be worry about losing your job because he/ she wants to run on his/ her way. No proper technical or managerial trainings as the company does not see their employees as assets. Cons: unorganized company. No corporate support. Worst benefits specially health insurance. Cut of bonus."
Plant Manager (Former Employee) says"Favoritism kills and upper managment has their favorites. Safety is always first, until sales are at risk, then suddenly they don't care how many hours people work anymore or that it is -55degrees outside, because that one customer said they may need a load or two. No support from upper manager for plant level problems. Culture of lying about production so operation manager can look like an all star,but if you don't want to lie,or you like and then it catches up to the plant, the ops manager suddenly can't remember asking you to create made up numbers to hit budget targets. Very toxic ops manager. Good annual review, don't get raise. Beating budget by half a million dollars, get fired. Makes sense. Cons: Ops manager toxic"
Mixer Operator (Seasonal) says"Dont work there they shaft ya on hrs also lie to ya and will skid ya for any reason they want. Some good employees there. Management the worst. They call ya for work off season and if you dont come in you will not be hired back in april? Cons: Management"
GKLorag AG says"@Lafarge_Canada @Ductal_UHPC Ductal UHPC is only available in Canada? We plan to use it for the various townships w… https://t.co/LBbW6EYFsr"
Riddhish Sheth, MD says"RT @SamKhader: A bad tumor with an ugly morphology! Breast invasive ductal carcinoma, Nottingham grade 3 (tubule formation 3, nuclear atypi…"
Carolina Polanco, MD FCAP says"RT @SamKhader: A bad tumor with an ugly morphology! Breast invasive ductal carcinoma, Nottingham grade 3 (tubule formation 3, nuclear atypi…"
indriya says"RT @SamKhader: A bad tumor with an ugly morphology! Breast invasive ductal carcinoma, Nottingham grade 3 (tubule formation 3, nuclear atypi…"
In The News
Cancer Network reports"Study Finds Impact of Surgical Delay on Women with Breast Cancer Due to COVID-19"
Cancer Therapy Advisor reports"Risks Assessed for Invasive Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer-Related Mortality After a DCIS Diagnosis"
The BMJ reports"Invasive breast cancer and breast cancer mortality after ductal carcinoma in situ in women attending for breast screening in England, 1988-2014: population based observational cohort study"
Cancer Network reports"Patients with Invasive Secondary Breast Cancer May Have Higher Mortality"