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Management at WSP Australia
- Average rating for Management, based on 55 reviews8.1 / 10
How accessible are managers and do they make good mentors? You may want to address internal communication, performance feedback or praise and recognition.
All very good. The only thing would be time allotted for managers to do this is not enough at times.
All managers are accessible in open plan office. Thrive sessions and Applaud allow for internal recognition.
Managers are constantly busy, and it is difficult to have time to chat with them about career development.
Direct manager good. Above that no interaction. No mentor.
As busy as managers are they are always there to help and listen wherever they can
They're pretty good in my experience
Communication internally with power managers are very easy. They respond fast and with great clarity.
If you seek a mentor, you will most likely be able to find one however it is best to wait until you meet someone who you think is a good mentor and then ask. If you are really struggling, then ask a senior friend or a manager for a recommendation. I have several unofficial mentors who I feel comfortable to go to for advice.
Managers are always accessible. I've got no mentors nor any offers but can easily asked if desired. There are programs in place at the company to ensure everyone can have access to a mentor.
Managers are regularly available and nearby.
Managers are approachable, easy to talk to and make time to talk to you. Mentors are encouraged as part of the graduate program. online programs for performance feedback and reviews online programs for praise and recognition which can then be exchanged for goods and services of your choosing (Movie tickets, holiday vouchers etc.)
They are generally accessible, being in a position of management they are very occupied with their work.
Contact with managers is very self driven. I make the most of this; they are very approachable.
Very accessible and provide good feedback
My manager is very hands on and willing to give time to listen to anything. Additionally, through the culture there are networking events to bring the management to the graduates
Receiving more feedback would be great but I understand people are busy.
Some managers are very interactive and within close proximity whereas others are more distant
Approachable, but very busy, have not met all senior level managers at this stage
I find myself having to make the effort to get work tasks, feedback and ask about future prospects for career development. More assistance with getting on different projects to grow a variety of skills would be good.
Several tiers of management. Bottom 2 tiers very accessible, good mentors. Higher tiers less accessible, but all still very approachable when they are around.
I think internal communication in the department is good. not quite sure about that. don't really need to interact with upper management. However, there are occasions where they present in front of the people.
My personal line managers are accessible and will offer advice and feedback. Some senior members of company hierarchy can be difficult to approach.
My managers are very accessible and make good mentors.
All my managers so far have been very approachable
I've found managers to be very accessible and senior executives are quite involved.
Would like to be more involved with the process of client communication and procurement
They're fine as they are. Sometimes they're really busy, but that's just how it is in their position.
Managers are accessible but a bit busy to really be a mentor
Manager have too many people to take care.
Managers are accessible most of the time. Although they don't always act fast enough on queries/requests.