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  1. „Overall a good company”

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    Akt. Praktikant - Internship in Kuala Lumpur

    Ich arbeite seit weniger als einem Jahr bei Petrofac RNZ als

    Pros

    Engineers are very helpful and knowledgeable. They are willing to spend their time to assist us interns.

    Kontras

    No allowance is given to interns.

    Petrofac RNZ2019-07-14
  2. „PETROFAC RNZ REVIEW”

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    • Work-Life-Balance
    • Kultur & Werte
    • Karriere­chancen
    • Vergütung und Zusatzleistungen
    • Führungs­ebene
    Akt. befristeter Mitarbeiter - Project Engineer 

    Ich arbeite seit mehr als einem Jahr bei Petrofac RNZ ()

    Pros

    Good bunch of people working here. Friendly.

    Kontras

    1. No diversity. 2. Manpower issue which has a large impact on the company and on the employee's mental health

    Petrofac RNZ2019-05-23
  3. „Great Company To Work With”

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    Akt. befristeter Mitarbeiter - Befristeter Mitarbeiter (anonym) 
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    Positive Prognose

    Ich arbeite bei Petrofac RNZ ()

    Pros

    Very good management and working environment

    Kontras

    I don't think anything Cons

    Petrofac RNZ2017-04-29
  4. „Process and Safety Trainee”

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    Ich habe bei Petrofac RNZ gearbeitet ()

    Pros

    Lot of things can be learnt here as a trainee, especially things related to oil and gas .

    Kontras

    As the oil and gas economy are not really stable during my tenure, no allowance are given.

    Rat an das Management

    No

    Petrofac RNZ2017-01-18
  5. „Good company, but only for full-time employees not for casuals”

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    Ich habe bei Petrofac RNZ gearbeitet ()

    Pros

    The quality of the work is great, and as a journalist you get to work on really interesting stories that matter.

    Kontras

    I think for full-time staff it's ok, but the treatment of casual staff is frankly terrible. All casual stuff are on zero-hour contracts, meaning the company has no obligation to provide any minimum salary. This is a horrible situation to be in as an employee, the days that I was rostered on varied every week - which made it impossible to have another job, and the number of shifts really varied - sometimes it was... only one and sometimes as many as six. Also at the end of one week, your shifts could suddenly change - and suddenly your shifts may be reduced, so you may not earn enough to pay your rent, but you hardly had time to get anything else. I had to leave as I was always stressed about whether I could pay my rent, and I had to keep borrowing money off my parents. People are usually treated as casuals for at least a year, sometimes two, before they are offered full-time positions. Most only survive because they have family to live with, or partners to support them, but if you don't have these things it's very hard. Usually once you have been there a while, you start to get more shifts, but there's no guarantee.

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    Rat an das Management

    Get rid of the zero-hour contracts! It's a terrible way to treat people! I felt my work also suffered as I always felt if I didn't get that interview, or didn't do the perfect story, I may not get any shifts the following week. With my shifts varying so much, I never knew why they changed - if it was because people were getting sick, or if I didn't do the best job one day maybe I'd be out. Which meant I had no... confidence and was always worrying about my stories, and felt stressed all the time. Also the company would sometimes do stories exposing other companies for treating staff poorly and offering zero-hour contracts - when RNZ was doing exactly the same thing! Hardly a way for a media organisation/public broadcaster to behave. I really believed in the company and was so proud to work there, and then was so let down to be treated in such a way, and slowly realising I couldn't support myself in such a way financially or emotionally and I had to leave. Also you obviously had no holidays or sick pay - one day I was really sick but forced myself to go to work as I only had two shifts that week, and if I didn't work I wouldn't have earned any money..

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    Petrofac RNZ2016-08-22
  6. „electrical engineer”

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     in Kuala Lumpur
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    Negative Prognose

    Ich arbeite bei Petrofac RNZ ()

    Pros

    to be learning independently from senior, to become very proactive

    Kontras

    Cronism, poor management, less technical improvement, misconduct, lees appreciation to employee

    Rat an das Management

    Must be transparent. Hire that can really work and not keeping the butt kiss person. polish every employee talent and please treat co worker equally

    Petrofac RNZ2015-05-13
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