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22 days ago

Wastewater Project Manager –

Hatch Mott MacDonald Mumbai

Initially based in Mumbai, India, you will lead a well-established multi-disciplinary team of both international and national engineers and other… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Deputy chief engineer MEP

Hatch Mott MacDonald Mumbai

Candidate Specification Candidate should be B.E. / B.Tech Mechanical with 15 to 20 years of Design experience of MEP (Plumbing & Fire Fighting) in… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior engineer - process

Hatch Mott MacDonald Mumbai

As a lead engineer on a project, interacting with project manager, clients, other engineering disciplines, contractors. Guiding and leading a team of… Glassdoor


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    I worked at Hatch Mott MacDonald full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Nobody knows or cares what you're doing unless you screw up.
    Most of the employees have little or no experience, so job security is great.

    Cons

    Nobody knows or cares what you're doing unless you screw up, so if you're really good, you get no recognition at all unless you have your nose up someone's rear end.
    Terrible compensation. I'm paid about half what I can make at a different company.
    Managers with no clue how to manage people.
    Managers with no clue how to run a business.
    Business development with no emphasis on resource quality whatsoever. We definitely get what we pay for at HMM.
    Your work goes with you at all times.
    HR is of no use whatsoever.
    Most of the resources are amateurs at best. You cannot rely on people because they don't know what to do.
    Amateurs constantly arguing with highly experienced professionals about how you manage projects and create deliverables. The kids are emboldened by our naive leadership and don't know their place, at all.
    No mentoring unless you are a kid.
    Dead end career unless you luck out and kiss rear ends.
    Project managers with no engineering degrees, and some without college. In fact we have senior associates with no engineering degree. They have no business running engineering projects, but hey, they work hard and don't require fair compensation.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Current management of my division is hopeless in my opinion. It's a fraternity of clueless people.

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