Airgas Jobs & Careers in Seattle, WA

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6 days ago

Class A Driver - Local

Airgas Inc. Renton, WA

Airgas is an industry leader in specialty gases and welding supplies. We have an exciting opportunity available for a Local Driver in Renton, WA: Why… Airgas Inc.


27 days ago

District Manager

Airgas Inc. Renton, WA

The District Manager has responsibility to lead, direct, and motivate all Branch, Administrative, Operating, and Sales associates within the District… Airgas Inc.


6 days ago

Distribution Manager

Airgas Renton, WA

Supervises and coordinates activities of drivers engaged in loading, selling and transporting compressed and liquid gas cylinders to customers or… Airgas


6 days ago

Driver Class A Bulk w/Tanker Endorsement

Airgas Pacific, WA

The NorPac Region of Airgas USA, LLC, (responsible for Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and western Canada) is seeking a Bulk Driver with a valid Class A… Airgas


16 days ago

Operator - Production II (Swing Shift)

Airgas Inc. Tacoma, WA

The NorPac Region of Airgas USA, LLC, (responsible for Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and western Canada) is seeking an Operator - Production II to work… Airgas Inc.


16 days ago

Supervisor - Production 1 (Swing)

Airgas Inc. Tacoma, WA

To ensure the safe loading and unloading of cylinders from route trucks. Promote safety, teamwork, and Airgas policies at all… Airgas Inc.


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Airgas President & CEO Michael Molinini
Michael Molinini
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    Unprofessional, poorly managed, over worked and under paid

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    Current Employee - Driver  in  Seattle, WA (US)
    Current Employee - Driver in Seattle, WA (US)

    I have been working at Airgas for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Co-workers. Colleagues. Fellow personnel. Drivers

    Cons

    Poorly managed. Broken dated equipment, will fire employees at the drop of a hat. No job security.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay the drivers what they deserve. Pay class A drivers more than class B, otherwise where is the incentive to drive a vehicle requiring more skill, and more responsibility. Don't over load the driver with work. Especially new drivers and expect them to be safe.
    Management should be held accountable not just drivers. Don't call employees when they've worked a 60 hour week at 11:30 at night because a place they deliver to is having a problem. Completely unrelated to the driver.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO