I worked for Airgas East, other regions may operate differently. They were very profit oriented and all the wealth flowed to the stock owners and upper management. Not much was given to lower levels. Many levels of management, generally good natured but at the lower levels they really did not have a complete understanding of operations as many employees do not wasn't to be move up as they know they will work longer…
Today I'd like to talk about something that seems a little difficult in our search for the next best employment opportunity: Gratitude.
Gratitude is perhaps one of the most difficult things to muster up during a rigorous and harrowing experience such as unemployment, homelessness, and similar events, but I would argue that it is perhaps the most important thing to muster up--more than hope, more than tenacity, more than even…
The opportunity for growth and advancement
Actually it was a good place to work. I have zero animosity towards the people or the company.
I was transferred from Henderson Ky to Evansville In. That's not what I signed up for.
I worked with some reslly good people and i got to learn something new
Working for Airgas as a company isn't bad working for Pat Cadutti is an absolute NIGHTMARE she is a horable BossI in no way recommend working for her!!!
My biggest mistake was taking a position working for Pat Cadutti who is the fleet manager for Airgas Midsouth she has to be hands down the worst supervisor I have ever worked for. She has no control over her emotions having no ability to use reasoning or common sense when dealing on a personal level.
Do you need a Hazmat or tanker endorsements for this job.