"Awesome culture of accountability. Smart and talented colleagues. Caring management team. Great benefits. Challenging work. Contributions are recognized. Generous compensation. Opportunities to learn and grow. The business is well managed and positioned for future growth and success."
"I’ve worked for AK steel for 16 years"
"The internship I completed at AK Steel, Coshocton works allowed me to work with very experienced operators and managers. The values and dedication of the employees there were shown every day and I very much enjoyed that aspect of it as it came from the top down."
"I have worked at AK Steel Butler Works for a year now and enjoy managing up to 40 people on several production lines during any given shift. Before AK, I operated a small refractory company my father and I started in 2002. There, I managed several production lines and was a key player in business expansion and growth."
"Please see ratings. I have no other details to provide."
"A great stepping stone. Good people, invaluable experience and relationship building."
"Neutral opinion. No specific good or bad opinion."
"I had issue from the start with a laptop that was too slow and never was able to get it upgraded. Interns that came in after me had better hardware then I had. Management wasn't the greatest never communicated with me on things I was doing wrong, nor gave me the hardware to do my job at a basic level. I did go in from a contract level still thought I had the short end of the stick for months. I wanted to leave but I kept on with them hoping they would bring me on full time... no they will use contract and by that I mean long term contract then try to renew them. Not worth going in to the company unless you want to work contracts."
"Not a nice place to work. They act like dictators of your life, telling you what kind of long-johns you can wear, whether you can change your own tire in the parking lot, arbitrarily extending your work day 18 minutes so they can harp on you about somebody somewhere that hurt himself with a crescent wrench. The supervisors write people up, and they say, "I'll get brownie points from upper management for disciplining an employee." They take safety to the point that you have a very hard time doing your job, making you wear protective sleeves that make you sweat profusely, even in cold weather. Expect to be treated like a robot, not a human."
What do you like about working at AK Steel?
"Managing and producing. The feeling of accomplishment at the end of the day."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Be honest and make sure you cover your self at all costs."
What don't you like about working at AK Steel?
"Politics. Not being in the right group or circle can prevent movement."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Not to micromanage. Let the people you've put in place and trained to do the work let perform for you."
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