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Teck Cominco HQ: Vancouver, Canada NYSE: TCK

A Teck Cominco employee said:

“minign engineer”
“amazing location, small town, nice weather, interesting work” –
24 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.4 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Teck Cominco President, CEO, and Director Don Lindsay

Don Lindsay
82% Approve

Barrick Gold HQ: Toronto, Canada NYSE: ABX

A Barrick Gold employee said:

“Interesting, lively company”
“Continuously morphing company. Many interesting challenges. Met many really top-notch people” –
44 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.6 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Barrick Gold CEO Jamie C. Sokalsky

Jamie C. Sokalsky
89% Approve

Cameco HQ: Saskatoon, Canada

Driven To Succeed Cameco is one of the world's largest uranium producers accounting for about 14% of the world's production from its mines in Canada, the US and Kazakhstan. Our leading position…Full Overview

A Cameco employee said:

“Good worklife balance, and good pormotions” –
22 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.7 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Cameco CEO Tim Gitzel

Tim Gitzel
71% Approve

Vale Inco HQ: Toronto, Canada

A Vale Inco Geologist said:

“Global exposure for GIT. Old ways of managing employees.”
“The GIT program is well structured even though the coordinator has no credibility with management. The pay is good, benefits solid if money is what you are looking for a short time.” –
18 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.1 Employees say it's “OK”

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Tito Botelho Martins Jr.
48% Approve

Lafarge Canada HQ: Pointe-Claire, Canada

A Lafarge Canada employee said:

“Terrible management- No respect given to any of the employees within the company”
“Pay is good Some opportunities here and there to learn” –
13 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.6 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Sylvain Garnaud
72% Approve

Vale HQ: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A Vale Contractor said:

“Well run safety conscious company”
“They provide adequate compensation and do not skimp on required resources to get the job done. Whenever parts or equipment were required for the job they were provided. A little slow on getting them…” –
29 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

2.9 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Not Yet Rated

Teck Coal HQ: VANCOUVER, Canada

A Teck Coal GIS Co-op Student said:

“Surprisingly worthwhile”
“Excellent benefits (bonus', rewards, incentives) Great wage Positive working environment Unique and interesting working environment Safety focused Various training for all levels/positions…” –
10 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

4.0 Employees are “Satisfied”

Overall CEO Rating

Donald R. Lindsay
86% Approve

Lafarge HQ: Paris, France OTC: LFRGY

A Lafarge Territory Manager said:

“Excellent Company, but it is a life style.”
“Good benefits, good people, excellent safety culture” –
67 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.4 Employees say it's “OK”

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Lafarge Président-Directeur Général Bruno Lafont

Bruno Lafont
45% Approve

Rio Tinto HQ: Melbourne, Australia Australian: RIO

A Rio Tinto employee said:

“Decent company, but very limited growth opportunities”
“My colleagues are competent, qualified professionals, with great work ethics. My work was interesting when I first started. There are great perks like an in-house private clinic, gym, cafeteria…” –
101 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.5 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Rio Tinto Chief Executive Sam Walsh

Sam Walsh
86% Approve

Sherritt International HQ: Toronto, Canada Toronto: S

A Sherritt International employee said:

“Good company to work for”
“Great salary and benefits, friendly staff, global company. Many people had worked for the company for decades. Training was adequate and senior management was easy to talk to and generally…” –
10 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.3 Employees say it's “OK”

Overall CEO Rating

Sherritt International Chairman, President, and CEO Ian W. Delaney

Ian W. Delaney
73% Approve