This is company management is poor. Work day n night especially in Finance. The French finance director knows only one to one session. Every month end we work so hard but he is waiting report & sitting at this office & home. Poor in accounting & costing.
_Meet KPI set hourly, -Troubleshoot simple alarm -Do preventive maintenance -Key down time if KPI isn't meet. -Make sure machine is running smoothly and enough ingredient to run the machine -Assist in doing line conversation for R&D department
Transport and shift allowance
Long hour, bad management, too much political in workplace
less man power to handle job,learned about solar system and many kind of machines.Management overall complicated. work culture to much politics. hardest of the job is do 3 people work and a lot of stress.
The place is a well established manufacturing plant. I was positioned as a production specialist, operating machineries to produce Solar Panels. 12 hours shift job. First week is 3 days work and 4 days off. The following week is 4 days work and 3 days off. Every building had its own canteen and even on graveyard shift you can still get a hot meal. Everyone takes their own safety seriously. The only thing that triggered me was the language barrier with workers from China. Yea, 4/5 of the workers are from China and they don't even speak basic English. On my 1st week of working there despite of knowing me not being a Chinese they gave me instructions in Mandarin. It's really hard to communicate with the team. Looking at the career path in this company, if you don't speak / understand Mandarin you're kinda screwed.
Well established manufacturing plant, Canteens are open 24 hours, Reasonable Break times.
Language Barrier with China Workers if you don't speak Mandarin.
I like my working in REC. Colleagues are supportive and managers are reasonable. Discussion between different department is quite efficient. Most of people are young in the company, which makes am energetic place.
- helped in ad hoc activities based on what help was needed on the day - the training given by the people there gave me a real insight of how process engineers perform their job - they have an environment where you will always be challenged to perform - hardest part of the job is to find an area to work on and help to contribute to the company - the working environment there is very welcoming and they are willing to help you out when asked for them