"Worst company I have ever worked for. They cut corners and break promises regularly. Benefits program is a joke. Openly talk politics regardless of any objections. Do yourself a favor and only take a position as a last resort or stepping stone if desperate."
"Very good company with well set systems."
"An engaging company with strong safety standards."
"I have worked with Dow Chemical and it was a fantastic experience for me, I worked in a friendly environment with maximum respect amongst the colleagues."
"good company . The merger between dow and dupont created some confusions and the current work environment seems disconnected between two different work cultures."
"Fantastic place to work. Bright coworkers, safe environment, and good pay."
"Currently no company to review"
"Great company compensation is great"
"Good company and will recommend fresh graduates as well as experienced professionals."
"I am a heritage Dow Corning employee. 3 years ago we were bought out by Dow and the Midland plant has gone to ***shit***. We are literally making no product and have lost most of our customers due to management raising product prices and incompetance. Dow is more concerned with the trendy integration and diversity BS then actually being a chemical company. It's a real shame, Dow Corning was an amazing company to work for and now the heritage employees that haven't been fired are stuck in a PC hellhole just waiting to be canned or laid off."
"I worked for Dow chemical at a temporary position this summer. The relationships with the full time employees was pretty good. But due to the limited time and nature of my employment I was unable to get a great fell for the company as a whole."
"Dow is a great company that believes in safety, efficiency and inclusion."
"That if you are an hourly person you are treated like crap. They talk a good game but they speak with fork tongue. And if they acquired or bought a company, those employees are treated worse. In my case they lumped the Dow employees (hourly) in with the contractors and then treated the contractors better than their own employees."
"If you read Dilbert, you probably have a good idea of how Dow management works. Upper management seems to be "borderline unethical". They talk a good game with the right buzzwords but it's mostly lies and BS. The company has continued to get worse over the years, with layoffs year after year (2,500 per year has been the recent average). On the plus side, benefits are OK - not great, but satisfactory."
"I have worked for Dow for 5 months. Would like to grow and be more challenged. The company has very good benefits and good process."
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