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Rio Tinto Reviews
Reviews by Rio Tinto graduate employees
- The fact that safety has priority over everything else, means we will always be working in a safe environment.
- challenging work exposure to really high-profile projects the culture around safety is really good
- Wide range of mineral sectors and opportunities to grow within the company
- The exposure to so many different teams and opportunities. The breadth of experience that you receive immediately and how this becomes transferrable across the entire business. This means that even though I have started in Procurement, the skills I have acquired may allow me to work in a completely different role and team in the future with little concern.
- Training opportunities. Flexibility
- Time away from family sometimes long hours at work
- I do not have a technical background, so this has been a challenge but very rewarding in the amount that I have learnt from colleagues and experiences over my time at the organisation.
- Unpaid overtime. Pressure/stress
- Perceived pressure and lots of red tape and redundant procedures due to the scale of the company, some not so fantastic people
- No structured rotations for graduates to experience different parts of the business and change can be hard to achieve at times.