Airgas Inc. – Duluth, GA
• Attend comprehensive training programs gaining knowledge of products, product application and regulations, Company procedures, sales skills and… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – La Vernia, TX
D&D Power / RED-D-ARC (an Airgas company) is the largest provider of generators, light towers, welding and welding-related rental products and… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Blissfield (Riga)
include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Places blocks of dry ice in bags as it moves down conveyor. • Bands blocks of dry ice… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – South Chicago Heights, IL
You’ll also find it with us, if you are looking for a job where you are part of a team, are valued for your ideas and energy and where you’ll be… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Salt Lake City, UT
• Maintain specifications for • Power units • Material handling units • Trailers • Truck bodies • Liftgates • Decals… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – Phoenix, AZ
As an Operator - Production I you will manually and/or with the aid of material handling equipment move industrial gas cylinders to different areas… Airgas Inc.
Warehouse – new
Airgas Inc. – Wichita, KS
Other duties may be assigned. • Receives, unpacks, examines, and documents incoming shipments. • Process and/or returns damaged goods… Airgas Inc.
Airgas Inc. – NDIV Gen Acct
The Data Integrity Specialist is responsible for data entry and maintenance for our integrated enterprise system (SAP). As part of the Central… Airgas Inc.
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I worked at Airgas full-time for more than 8 yearsPros
Good financials, industry fairly "recession-proof", many locations, tremendous opportunity for the right people.Cons
Management by "who do you like, who do you know" rather than on real, objective performance and first hand experience of the individual worker. Poorly prepared managers, no coaching for success (rarely, have to be "boss lucky" and your "press" needs to be very positive.
First impression was that co-workers do not treat each other well, not supportive--almost mean to each other.
Local culture is leader dependent, not aligned with corporate culture.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO