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BASF Corporation Reviews
What is it like working at BASF Corporation?
"Great job and location."
Supply Chain Planner:
Pros: Fair, honest and open management.
Cons: Shared office space.
Most of the consultants have a good background and are very experienced. However, there is many senior people without consulting background with project roles that they have little experience in. Getting promoted is based on time, not on performance.
Contracts Manager in Cary:
The contracting group was not in the correct department. The group had a high turn over rate and lacked upper management support and employee development. The company culture did not allow for all employees to receive the same opportunities. Advancement wasn't based on merit, it was based on politics. I found the environment toxic.
"Great place to work."
Chemical Operator in Huntsville:
Pros: The pay
Control / Automation Engineer in Port Elizabeth:
Pros: The people I work with
Cons: Management hide too many things
"Company of red tape and broken promises."
Research Scientist in Durham:
Pros: The overarching mission of the company
Cons: Employees are treated like children
Environmental Specialist in Prairieville:
Short on resources, the company was once a leader in all areas, but in the last 15 years is less than world class environmentally due to business desires to increase profits and decrease expenditures. The company has put a diversity hiring practice in place that doesn’t get the best employees, but the cheapest employees. The result is the entry level employee is often ill suited and replacement employees with experience are usually not well suited at the level they are hired. It has increased a great deal of rework and stepping back to do work for others that are not capable. If I were hiring out today BASF would not be my employer of choice. The company once fostered a culture that developed and mentored young employees up the ladder to keep their careers moving. Now the company claims this is the case still, but few advancement opportunities ever exist. The company has also brought in many new employees to be managers from competing companies which has confused and even diluted the once BASF corporate culture of innovation. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if we are BASF, Dow, or Huntsman. Corporate identity suffers here.