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South32

4.0
  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

South32 Reviews

GradAustralia surveyed 7 graduates working at South32. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.0
Based on 7 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • Flexibility to choose your own career path, support to follow that direction. A variety of different roles within a graduate program. The people I work with are the best.
  • Opportunity to work in different areas and enabled to pursue interests aligned to your career goals and personal values.
  • Flexibility, I enjoyed the people I work with.
  • Good environment. Most inclusive mine that I've experienced. Employees seem to have a happy home and healthy relationships.
  • Company values, colleagues, exposure to interesting projects, company direction at an executive level.
  • The graduate program continues to grow, towards the beginning of my employment there was little structure, although this is improving.
  • The lack of diversity in age and cultural background.
  • It would be good to talk to more people who have just gone through/going through the grad program.
  • Often work overtime (more like shift work) and don't get paid for it.
  • Travel for work (long hours), salary is low compared with peers.

What Insiders Say

5.4
Career Prospects
5.4
Career Prospects
Promotion is not available within the current structure of my particular working group. However, it seems that moving across roles is often considered.
8
Corporate Social Responsibility
8
Corporate Social Responsibility
Too many programs to list are run by the company. I have personally worked on improving energy usage to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and been regularly involved with the local community (schools, universities and more).
7.4
Culture
7.4
Culture
Office workers do not have a back to back so people tend to take responsibility instead of blaming the "other crew".
8.6
Diversity
8.6
Diversity
Fully support the move for gender diversity but there should be a greater focus to gain diversity in cultures, ages and thoughts.
8.3
Satisfaction