What was once a company of integrity known as Kennecott became a place of poor morale. One bought out by Rio Tinto they contracted out union work to Lewis Stages to get drivers that they could pay half the wage. They took away all of the pension plans and they fire long time workers for slight infractions to get them out of there. It is your typical Corperate America of today. The managment are young college graduates that know nothing about mining but are highly "educated" and impersonal!! After 36 years of employment the changes had become unbrarable so I retired! I had LOVED my job until it became Rio Tinto!