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Reviews by Redox graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar3.5GradAustralia surveyed 7 graduates working at Redox. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 7 responses.
- Independence to run your patch in an autonomous way, management open to opportunities you come up with that will show mutual benefit for Redox and the customer
- Great people, some freedom to work the way you want.
- The environment, Starting in a new organisation can be daunting, but everyone at Redox makes you feel right at home straight away. You get a sense of enjoyment here unlike any other workplace.
- That everyday is different and we work as a team
- Redox are supportive and look after their employee's e.g. superannuation fees waived, training offered were appropriate. I feel like your opinion is heard at Redox and you can speak to the Directors directly if you feel the need.
- Can be somewhat tedious and repetitive. Not much opportunity for creative thinking.
- The food, canteen food could be better.
- Unable to offer any technical advice so don't really use knowledge gained from my degree.
- The graduate salary is quite low compared to other graduate jobs.
What insiders say about…
Problem solving daily, phoning clients on incoming work plus actively seeking outbound work, searching for new opportunities, building relationships with key customers
Redox formally have 2 bonding functions each year where all staff in Adelaide are invited to attend. My office is reasonably young and we enjoy Friday afternoon drinks to all catch up on what everyone is up to for the weekend. Some staff socialise outside of work too. We are a team and all happily look after each others customers from time to time. I feel that I could ask anybody in the office for help and they would give their undivided attention. Although nearly everyone is at a different stage in their career, it is not drawn upon too much. Experience is helpful but also coming in with a new look on the situation is good too.
2 interviews, first with my now supervisor, 2nd with supervisor, HR manager and Director. Was good having a director there, shows they are approachable people
Previous work, study, personality, knowledge of the business, questions i had for the company
Research Redox and the chemical market
I work 9-5. There is little pressure to work over time if you don't plan to.
Free Lunches, Friday take-away food and beer
Very accessible. Reasonably good mentors.
I think the formal training programmes aren't great, could definitely be improved. Informal training is much better, learning from your colleagues and direct supervisor about working processed plus understanding the market
Depending on which state/office you are based in can make it easier or harder to move up the ranks. In places like Sydney and Melbourne it can be easier, as the turnover of staff is a little higher which free's up accounts and products. Also the amount of customer accounts they hold in those offices are much larger than others so it is easier to pass on larger accounts and therefore increase the sales persons sales patch worth and workload to make them eligible for a promotion. However you only usually get one opportunity per year to get a promotion or pay increase when you have your yearly review. In smaller offices like Adelaide and Perth it can be harder as there are a lot of long standing employees who hold all the biggest accounts. So most of the time it means you have to wait for one of the following to get a promotion: Someone to leave (therefore accounts and products become available) or for management to decide they want a shift within the office, but usually graduates don't benefit as much as other sales reps as they have not been there as long and don't have as much experience as others.
I don't think the company has any problems with diversity.
The Adelaide office is recently renovated and Head Office is a new building in Sydney. Dress code is business casual. The last Friday of every month is casual day.
I don't think there is much importance to this issue, not that has really been raised to me. We do have solar panels on some of our offices which is good.Join us to bookmark!
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