i worked their for three days.Then power went out on my 3rd night the supervior told all spanish speaking people what was going on not us English speaking people what was going on so i quit. I believe that was way wrong and disrespectful to me as an American.
avoid this place for employment. i worked in the rain after being told we would be off when it rained. when i interviewed, i said i couldn't work on sundays. the communication is bad, the management has the demeanor of prison guards, and you will need to ask if you are working past 40 hours... cause no one tells you. they just assume you want to work everyday. the equipment is old and run down, and jerryrigged. i was told to operate equipment that i had no training or license for, and the thought that people may be operating heavy outdoor industrial equipment without any formal official certification is just alarming. Take a Spanish class before you go too, cause you will be at a severe disadvantage if you only speak English. But, my advice would be DON'T WORK AT DICKINSON TO BEGIN WITH!