Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction

  www.hanjinsc.com
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Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Reviews

4 Reviews
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4 Reviews

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Hyeong Do Ki
2 Ratings
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    humongous company, meager salary

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Project Coordinator in Makati, Rizal (Philippines)
    Current Employee - Project Coordinator in Makati, Rizal (Philippines)

    I have been working at Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction

    Pros

    Being a foreign-owned company, employment with them brings prestige to an individual, particularly in a country like the philippines where identification with a "branded" company increases one's worth. Management allows an employee to work with very minimal supervision. One is expected to be knowledgeable with his particular field once he is hired. A lot of room is given to an employee to make decisions with little intervention from management. An employee is expected to make the right decisions and never fail or make mistakes, this makes the employee more responsible and confident in decision making, specially like someone in my position.

    Cons

    very low salary rates and little chance of career advancement. that's all i can say

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    review your policies and update salary scale of employees

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Website www.hanjinsc.com
Headquarters Busan, South Korea
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (HHIC)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC) steers its course toward shipbuilding, but the seafaring giant has other ports of call as well. One of the world's leading shipbuilders, Hanjin produces cargo ships, passenger ships, war ships, special-purpose ships (such as ice-breakers, salvage vessels, and rescue boats), oil-drilling rigs, and other offshore structures. It also repairs ships. For landlubbers, the company is involved in the construction of commercial buildings, schools, airports, and sports facilities. It also builds industrial and sewage-treatment plants, as... More

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