Great benefits, but the job security is not great Finance Services Global Process Improvement Leader (Former Employee) – Leader, SK – 10 May 2017 Very aggressive Outsourcing to IBM which puts the Finance operations at risk. Good change management, great team, but aggresive implementation schedule. Good company to work with SAP Team Lead (Current Employee) – CA – 6 May 2017 Good company to work with. The work environment is challenging and give an individual lot of opportunities to learn new things and evolve as an independent consultant. Was this review helpful? Yes No Report Management Construction Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kitimat, BC – 13 April 2017 Management is cut throat. They compete between each other and stab each other in the back to seem better at their job.They do not promote or provide a heathy work place.
I don't work there anymore
not a team enviornment
Rio Tinto is one of the best company around the globe Heavy mobile equipments Trainer or operator (Former Employee) – Simandou Guinea canga est – 18 February 2017 Rio Tinto make me who i am today good training on safe work procedure safe work place Rio tinto give training to literary people or to people with no experience Had a great time working with the people there over the years Mailing and printing services (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 8 February 2017 It is a great place to work, but like many large corporations, you are just a number, and sometimes your number comes up. I would go back in a heart beat if asked. A great place to work Principal Advisor -Contract to Cash (CTC) (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 25 January 2017 Great organisation to work for. Great leadership, a leader in cutting edge industrial technologies. Wonderful minds and a culture of work life balance. Safety is number one priority Very Bad employer SAP Senior Specialist Integration (Former Employee) – Canada – 4 January 2017 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!
Only thinks about making money
Discrimination against non-Quebec born employees Sourcing/Procurement Analyst (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 30 December 2016 Excellent company to work, however, in Quebec the meddle to low management is extremely racist and protective against non-Quebec born employees. Even highly qualified professionals born outside of Quebec will have very low chances to grow in the company and will have difficulties to be hired and maintained in their positions.
Highly competitive salaries
Prejudice against non Quebec born professionals
Educative with leaders Senior Internal Control Officer (Former Employee) – Other – 23 November 2016 Rio Tinto was a great experience. It helped developed my knowledge and skills right after college. I spent 5 years working for that company. The management had a lot of tools in place to help with our development. Excellent Job Mobile Maintenance Superintendent (Current Employee) – Yellowknife, NT – 22 November 2016 Is an excellent company but the economy is putting stress on it. I have enjoyed my time there but unfortunately need to move on due to market conditions.
The market dictates the stability
Large global corporation Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 10 November 2016 Rio Tinto is a large global company. Very interesting interaction globally. Executives are easily approachable and the respect is given to all staff no matter what level. Work/life/balance is very important however very difficult to apply. Production driven Equipment Operator/Labourer (Former Employee) – Kitimat, BC – 22 July 2016 Shift work with rotating 12hr shifts Heavy machinery with 1950s technology aluminum production. Highly hazardous materials but great emphasis on safety fast pace work environment. Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kitimat, BC – 22 July 2016 Senior management promotes the idea of us vs them (management vs workers) this makes the work environment on a daily basis extremely depressing and counter productive. Excellent work place SENIOR INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 12 May 2016 I have nothing negative to share. amazing environment full of friendly people and the management is very transparent and fair. Productive workplace and good ppl to work with Electrician Apprentice (Former Employee) – Kitimat, BC – 25 January 2016 I liked working on the Rio-Tinto Albans site because it was very professional and safety always came first. were a good bunch of guys to work with . Graduate Mining Engineer (Current Employee) – Mount Thorley Warkworth – 7 January 2016 Tell us about: a typical day at work what you learned management your co-workers the hardest part of the job the most enjoyable part of the job Challenging but enjoyable. Scaffolder (Former Employee) – Nhulunbuy, NT – 21 November 2015 Challenging work everyday. Good working station and co-workers. The management always give all the needs of the workers such as food and lodging, PPE, medical benefits and transportation. The hardest part of the job is when I assigned in boiler area but a challenging job. The most enjoyable part of the job is when we have done the job early as the required time frame.
food and lodging, Ppe, medical benefits and transportation.
Was this review helpful? Yes No Report Fantastic Work Environment Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 16 November 2015 Top notch work environment. Worked with the best lawyers and assistants. Couldn't have asked for a better job at the time. Worked in the pot lines Summer Student Cell Block Operator (Former Employee) – Kitimat – 28 August 2015 Most of the co workers are welcoming. I worked 12 hour shifts in hot temperatures. Worked both night shifts and day shifts. Great for knowledge and skill advancement GEOLOGIST - TECHNICAL SERVICES (Former Employee) – Labrador City, NL – 20 August 2015 Rio Tinto Iron Ore Company of Canada is a great working environment to advance ones skills sets. Training available to employees is top-notch.