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Thomas Edmunds Price (born October 8, 1954) is an American physician and Republican Party politician who served as the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 6th congressional district, encompassing the northern suburbs of Atlanta, from 2005 to 2017. He was appointed Secretary of Health and Human Services by President Donald Trump and served in that role from February to September 2017.

The following article on CNN talks about the misuse of resources from the US government, "Tom Price, the embattled health and human services secretary, resigned Friday in the midst of a scandal over his use of private planes, a storm that enraged President Donald Trump and undercut his promise to bring accountability to Washington. Price's departure came as he's being investigated by the department's inspector general for using private jets for multiple government business trips, even to fly distances often as short as from Washington to Philadelphia. The cost for the trips ran into the hundreds of thousands of dollars."


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Maçon (Former Employee) says

"Il vont venir des français en leur vendent du rêve Cons: Tout le reste"

Lab Technician (Former Employee) says

"The worst workplace culture, unsupportive, sometime abusive I have personally experienced bullying and even though I reported problems through the chain of command nothing changes. Cons: abusive, unsupportive and poor management"

Cat 730E moxy, Komatsu 830e, 830d, Terex 4400 , Cat 777 Watercart (Former Employee) says

"Purple circle, boss’s bully , bosses put their mates on. Intimidating culture with supervisors. No empathy. No chance of moving up with bosses mates on crew"

Maquinista y encajado de cítricos (eventual) says

"Falta de mantenimiento en las máquinas y mecánicos ."

Boilermaker/Welder (Former Employee) says

"Terrible cultures and everyone goes for the throat to better their position for themselves such a bad environment to be in causing massive stress and anxiety every day"

POTLINE (Former Employee) says

"Rio-tinto is the worst place I have ever worked in my place.The work cuture is bad no different with being in jail. Cons: Back stubbing"

Mobile Plant Operator (Former Employee) says

"Started with pre shift meeting ,What your role was for the shift,When i started at silvergrass management was awesome ,The management was changed and thing when down hill. Cons: Management, Management, Management"

Anonymous employee (Current Employee) says

"Managers are liars and demand to be praised and never disagreed with. Dishonesty and back-stabbing are rewarded. You can be fired without warning for any reason, even a new manager or executive taking over who has never met you. Nepotism and kissing up run rampant. Merit is much less important than personal relationships with those above in the chain of command. Frequent reorganization results in layoffs and wasted time. Huge bureaucracy with too much red tape and competing priorities hindering progress. Rio Tinto is run by racist, sexist white men who give preference to Australians and British employees. Legitimate complaints result in threats and other retaliation. Horrible company. Cons: Rio Tinto embodies everything wrong and bad in big business, They’ll pay you to stay quiet and have their lawyers threaten lawsuits if you criticize them, Awful"

Production Operator (Former Employee) says

"Rio do yourself a favour and run!!!......they’ll chew you up and spit you out...your just a number to the greedy beast....the best part is operating large machinery, hours aren’t good, food at camp doesn’t rate a mention, management are only there to line there own pockets and really don’t understand the conditions the ground staff are working under.....shall I go on. Cons: Rio Tinto as a whole"

Shift Supervisor Reduction Lines (Former Employee) says

"Started as a contract supervisor.After a year on contract was offered a full time position.Biggest mistake of my life.Constantly harrassed by superiors, at no time did a person ever do a good job. Cons: Not worth the stress"

SAP Senior Specialist Integration (Former Employee) says

"Rio Tinto only cares about money, lots of people die every year in that place and they care about their devoted employees! The hours are very bad more than 60 per week without compensation! Cons: Only thinks about making money"

Mechanical Electrical Instrumentation Technician (Former Employee) says

"get a call on radio go fix or find out what the problem was, fix it, then wait for the next call.expect the expected, co- workers pick on me, working with them, fixing the problems. Cons: Coal power Plant, internship."

N/A (Former Employee) says

"Command and control"

Mobile Plant Operator (Former Employee) says

"I wasted 3 years working for Rio Tinto Iron Ore and was shocked how they treat selected staff (non friends with management), at Mesa A in the Robe Valley. Several people I worked with were on anti anxiety medication due to the harassment they endured daily at work especially from a supervisor being a ring leader but him being friends with higher management nothing is done about it. I myself had to two medical emergencies at work, appendicitis and an ectopic pregnancy which lead to internal bleeding and unfortunately required me to use the on site ambulance to get to Karratha hospital. I was harassed from the supervisor there after for using the company's resources. Sorry, I wasn't aware the ambulance was there for decoration purposes! Several people there had years worth of mining experience and aren't given opportunities on other mining equipment yet there's the supervisors and management friends that are passed out on several pieces of mining equipment with in a few months. Ever the selected supervisor can't operate any equipment but was given the job through friends in management. I reported my own harassment that I endured and nothing was done about it except more harassment for reporting it. Cons: harrassment, wrong people in industry, very poor managment"

Steam Plant Operator (Former Employee) says

"Some of the hourly staff are very friendly, but management like to butt head with coworker. Not a healthy work place Cons: No life company does not care for union workers"

Mechanic Technician (Former Employee) says

"Bad management. Self indulgent. Only looking out for friends and relatives. Cons: working with nepos"

Contract Administrator (Current Employee) says

"Its a poorly managed company, loses tons of money and treats its employees badly. I personally left on stress leave as did others. They import management from England and Australia which are places that allow management and conpanies to treat employees in a bad way. Do not recommend this employer. Cons: employees treated badly"

Operator (Current Employee) says

"poor management, planning, and organization. They do everything possible in Iron Ore Company to make people upset and scared for their job, accident waiting to happen. Cons: have to work 84 hours in 7 days if you don't get forced for an extra 4 or 5 besides your 7 days."

Shipping supervisor (Current Employee) says

"This place is ran by sociopathic managers from the top, down to most of the lower level supervisors. Off shift employees have absolutely no support from anyone in management. Also there are more supervisors telling you what to do, than there are employees to do it. Supervisors regularly order employees to work outside of safety guidelines and policies set forth by the company, only to try to improve production numbers. This place has really taken micro managing to a new level. The people writing the job descriptions can't even spell right. They seem to hire the least skilled people for management positions, they have no or very little previous experience for the type of work environment. I could go on and on. Cons: Not a family oriented company. They do not care for your family. Just work till you are broken"

Credit Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Work-life balance"