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Prysmian Group Reviews
Reviews by Prysmian Group graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar3.8GradAustralia surveyed 7 graduates working at Prysmian Group. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 7 responses.
- Cross-functional experience, International mobility and challenging work environment.
- I am given responsibilities and targets which motivate me to achieve goals within the company. The company allows individuals to apply their own methods to achieve a set target/ goals.
- Opportunity for international exposure.
- Big investment on Employee and best working environment for your talent
- Multicultural Environment
- It is hard to push change through the company, which can be frustrating, but once change is accepted it is rewarding
- Thrown down the deep end to experience the real experience.
- Public transport access at one of the sites can be an issue.
What insiders say about…
Sales for utility customers major contract project management for customers training and supervising new employees
The Australian division is very dedicated to making the culture of the business easy to integrate into and spends a lot of time on employee engagement and team building.
The hiring process was exactly as described on the company website. I felt welcomed at the interview and was able to be comfortable to answer and all questions and be myself.
The questions were more based upon my characteristics rather than technical skills. They wished to know how i have coped in certain situations and how i can apply my past leadership experiences within the company.
It is best to be yourself, be confident in yourself and most importantly remember, its not only you being interviewed, you are also interviewing the company to make sure you fit there as well
It is flexible as long as we work for 8 hours a day
Satisfactory for the experiences I have.
Travel expenses when you travel for work. Christmas parties.
Communicate effectively to employees.
For the first two weeks in the company, the training is conducted as an introduction to the business from R&D, Engineering, Sales, Purchasing and Finance point of view.
As graduates, you are developed to become future managers.
They respect all of those aspects
Academy classes for worldwide employees. Opportunities of networking worldwide.
The location and facilities are a little bit outdated, but still clean and neat. The dress code is dependent on the job. But neat, clean and professional dress code is required.
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