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17 days ago

Mechanical Technican

Cummins Laverton

Our Laverton facility is a state of the art customer focused operation providing Workshop, Engine Re-build and Field Service support to our varied… Cummins

30+ days ago

CBS Financial Controller - South Pacific and South East Asia

Cummins Box Hill

Reporting to the CBS Regional Leader – South Pacific (Australia, New Zealand & Papua New Guinea) and South East Asia (Singapore, Philippines… Cummins

23 days ago

Warranty Administrator - Cummins

Cummins Scoresby

We are currently seeking an experienced Warranty Administrator to join our high performing Warranty team based in our Scoresby head Office. Reporting… Cummins

30+ days ago

Warehouse Team Leader

Cummins Kilsyth

of this role will include: · Delegating tasks to employees according to their skill and experience levels · Contributing to and participating in… Cummins

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378 Ratings
  • Great global company, poor South Pacific Management (old boys club)

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Melbourne (Australia)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Melbourne (Australia)
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Cummins full-time (More than 10 years)


    Great opportunities globally, very flexible training, good educational assistance programmes, fun people to work with, excellent focus on Safety at a procedural level, global company has a strong rigour around ethical behaviour, excellent ethnic diversity


    Very little opportunity for growth in the South Pacific (old boys club at the highest levels), managers dont move around so very little risks taken on promotions etc, at a working level morale is very low but because that is consistent across the South Pacific it keeps workforce close knit (common enemy), very focused on compliance not necessarily whats best for local business and personnel e.g. ethics is a good example where the requirements are known and practiced but the execution of the outcomes is really poor (focuses on the one or two not the root cause - thats too hard). Micromanagement at a very senior level is distracting from growth, very poor gender diversity

    Advice to Management

    Stop micromanaging, start actively listening to employees and instead of paying lip-service please act on on some of the more common themes not just sweep under the carpet or you will continue to lose really good experience and committed people. Remember people don't leave bad companies, they leave bad bosses - this is very true of Cummins - please take care of attrition from certain managers and act.

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