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It is a nice place to work atManagement are very cooperative with their employees Good interpersonal relationships Safe work placeWorkshops and short courses unavailable for employees
Absolutely when targeted production riched
Not at all
It really depends on each department. It's a great culture; my issue was the poor management who did not promote growth and did not give equal opportunities. It's a great company with great benefits. They need to focus on the leadership department.
13th cheque, gain sharing
No flexible hours
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Work-life balanceWork-life balance at Transnet is dependent upon your line managementPay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at Transnet are poorJob security and advancementIn terms of job security at Transnet, I think people are going to learn some difficult lessons at TransnetManagementIn general, managers at Transnet are of poor qualityCultureCollaboration with my colleagues at Transnet is quite goodOverallMy experience working at Transnet was an eye opener
Good working environment with safety always concidered the most important part of your job. Workers or employees suggestions always taken into consideration and put into fruition if they are relevant to company policies and mission and vision statements.
Good salary and job security and advancement
Fixed term contracts
Shutdown is a fast paced kind of work where you work for long hours. I learned everything happens to the time frame and must be done correctly. We work in teams to be more productive. The hardest part is outcast and incast. The most enjoyable part for me is the plasser machines which makes me anxious the way the operate them.
Free uniform and lunches
Training is something lacking, it's available but not orginized timeiously and some people appointed as managers raise an eyebrow. Managers are appointed then have to be trained in that position??????Discipline is also a factor that needs looking into, to many loop hole's and employees get away with murder.
Can't think of any at this stage
Bad discipline hearings, inexperienced chair people.
I work for coaches as a electrician on the motor coaches I work at Transnet koedoespoort.I'm in Cape town and would like to work for the business again.
On your birtday free lunch
No long hours and till 12 last friday of the month
I have learnt a lot within engineering and manufacturing,as I have done motor winding,motor wiring(electrically), coil manufacturing,testing,assembling,I also learnt a little bit of welding,maintanance,etc.I was well trained and taught how to be quick and I was sent to olifantsfontein trade test centre for my artisan test.
We bought food for ourselves.
Long hours yes and it's called overtime, we got extra pay for that.
Management needs to communicate with Junior stuff as well. Be it’s via the employees line manager but communication is very important
Excellent working environment Slim chances of FTC’s to be observe permanent. Celebrate employees Transnet can maybe pay for employees/ department year end functions
Typical day you have to run around and are treated like a slave.You cant learn much there for they allways need you on the job,Only certain people gets training and you need to be in there good books.Culture is good it just needs more work for all colours.Hardest part off job is you can do your best , they allways untankfull, and just say you get payed to do it.Most enjoyable part of job is , nowing you set a plant machine and equipment correct and see the production running.Nowing you can work without the guidance of a supervisor.And doing fault finding on machine systems and fix it super good.
Braai end of year and very good quality tools and equipment
Stressfull hours and if you in a overhaul in maintenance work is not epreciated.