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Management is always rotating and creates stress down to the floor. Lots of pressure to perform. RioTinto like their numbers. Very good team. Development schooling is great. Pay and benefits are some what competitive. Rio Tinto Alcan would be an excellent place to work for Unionized. Lower staff is not recognized.
Stable work, great people
Poor work life balance
Had a great time working with this group, they were all very professional, and helpful when we had questions! Only there for short shut down, wish it was longer.
Job security is one reason I was employed with Rio tinto for so long, how ever what started out as a family friendly business slowly turned into a more ruthless approach towards its employees, with management refusing to make a decision on certain issues and using HR as mechanism to get their desired outcome with sometimes detrimental effects on the employees, technological advancements saw a large up skill of employees which sets people up for a changing future in the
Ok money, secure, up skilled
Lowest paying in mining giants, and not family friendly.
Good work environment! Clear goal defined each year and quarterly review to follow up progress.Good team work spirit and open communication. Weekly team meeting encourages Exchange ideas, issues.
Good pension plan
Meet deadline as the result of long hours
Nous avons une très belle collaboration de nos chef pour ce qui est de l'amélioration des outils de travail pour effectuer des tâches spécial comme les travaux des pattes de traction sur les tours de déchargement au bord de l'eau fait designer une pattes fixe pour éliminer les beams de bois / travaux sur le fumas a UGS acheter des coussins gonflable pour le lever a hauteur de 5 pieds pour réparation du plancher etc etc
Rio Tinto is a good company to work for as they support personnel growth and provide numerous opportunities to develop. The business is global and had opportunities world wide if you are willing to travel.
Great collaborative people, lots of sportive activities available on site - great travels - learned a lot about working with diverse international company
Excellent Relocation Package, Learning opportunity, excellent development program, Excellent Relocation Package, Learning opportunity, excellent devel
Excellent Relocation Package, Learning opportunity, excellent development program. Consistent Global procedures. equal opportunity employer. Good motivation.
Rio-tinto is the worst place I have ever worked in my place.The work cuture is bad no different with being in jail. If you work over time,people complain.If you called for work they complain, Bad work culture that is full of back stubbing and witchunt. Gown ups acting like children Grown up reporting little things like small chsildren would do. Offend someone and they start to witch hhunt on you.. Make mistake and you are fired on the spot. Worst mistake of my life
Witch hunt at work place
This company is one you should enter expecting to work for until retirement. They have competitive benefits plans, a pension plan, as well as lots of time off in the form of earned days / vacation time.
Excellent pay, overtime regularly available
Difficulty being approved for earned time off.
Pay scales are very outdated for the administrative staff as well as company structure around what every department needs . As someone who is scheduling workers and vacation planning to ensure plant has resources to run and then summer students in university are coming in making a large amount of money over the permanent worker.
a well structured organisation with many sport entertainmant facilities,ie, Soccer,Golf,Squash,Darts
Rio Tinto has well organised structures and systems enabling employees to work in a professional manner. Rio Tinto also enabled me to learn a lot of work related and life skills that I took with me to the other organisations that I worked for. I joined Rio Tinto at the tender age of 20 and worked until I was 31. basically everything that I took with me to other organisations, I learnt from Rio Tinto.