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Lafarge S.A. was a French industrial company specialising in three major products: cement, construction aggregates, and concrete. It was founded in 1833 by Joseph-Auguste Pavin de Lafarge. On 10 July 2015 Lafarge merged with Holcim, a Swiss cement company. On 15 July the new company was officially launched around the globe under the name of LafargeHolcim, creating a new leader in the building materials sector.
Jason Serratos mentioned, "Do not work for Lafarge in the Vancouver, Canada area. The managers are very unprofessional and will fire you for anything. Typical union vs Management company. The company was described in the interview as a long term career rather than a job and a brotherhood lol.. Some of the union employees are also very rude and have a bad attitude towards new hires. The managers also have "Rats" to pass information to them about union employees. Watch what you say and don't trust anyone... The superintendent and managers are racists. Worst place I've worked."
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