Murray & Roberts Employee Reviews in Witbank, Mpumalanga
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So far so good. Stuf is welcoming and open to help with insights regarding the work processes. People respect each other and their jobs. Employees are also provided the opportunity to Express themselves.
Poor management that looks after them rather workers .I've work hard to put my effort on but at the end of day you get what you worked for .many achievements we dind get it .still pain full for me
No free lunch
Working long hours not paid
We done the boilers There was Structural, pipping and turbines. Contractor was Alstom and there was also long hours. They look after they people you must do proper Quality work. Safety is one of their big steps. There was no problem with tools for the work on a request on tools they make sure it is in time to complete your work
Free accommodation transport to work and back home
Time keeping is very important to Murray & Roberts, STOP, Think, Act & admire to five principles of Safety. Be my brothers keeper, To work for this you feel like you are at home no racism.
I gained a lot of experience on the construction company i was employed at murray&roberts under the trade pwht
I learnt a lot at kusile power station the job tittle I was entitled to do.The management was up to date when it comes to toolbox talks and our safety
Free lunch at canteen
I worked 9.5 hours per day
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I left there because of al the striking that was going on at the site at that time. One they were striking and starded to brake the place down we had to run for our lives and then I decided to leave Murray & Roberts
striking a lot at the time
The first day when I was called to operate the machine. It was a machine especially manufactured to cope beams for the coal feed bunkers, cold air ducts. I learned it within a week because the production was to start immediately. From the day one I was impressed my boss. As an operator I had to teach to my assistant basic operations of the machine. The hardest part was when the my foreman resigned who was the programmer of the machine as he was the only one who was taken for training in America for the operation and programming of the machine. I had to learn programming the machine within a month. I now enjoy being an operator/programmer of the machine which is using Peddimat software
There is free lunch and accommodation
We get short breaks every month
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