I was in a very international workplace and colleagues and managers are very approachable. The company provides number of seminars and encouraging courses for employees for the future career path. Switching to different team or department with manager's approval is possible when available and qualified. No overtime work was paid when a business development project was on-going with issues and overtime work was necessary for months.
Good secured salary, nice colleagues and managers, career path plan, free snacks and drinks
A great company to work for. Never a dull moment in Rio world. You learn new things practically every day and management is super open and accessible. Very deep employee caring culture derived from safety value. The hardest part of the job is that if one doesn't continue learning you might get behind from others.
Most enjoyable part of the job is a societal transformation and big impacts in where the company operates and works.
I enjoyed my time with Rio Tinto but the current climate is driven by uncertainty given recent internal reviews, changes in strategy, and outsourcing that has people more concerned about job security. These changes have typically been delivered poorly and highlight a lack of quality leadership.