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- "people are great and helpful" (in 253 reviews)
- "Good work life balance and learnibg" (in 206 reviews)
- "The Pay is good and the work hours are decent." (in 146 reviews)
- "Many benefits and pay scheme are good" (in 136 reviews)
- "I am very satisfied with this company because it has a good salary and the company really cares about all of the employees." (in 101 reviews)
- "Poor management and HR." (in 135 reviews)
- "Too many managers for the individual contributors" (in 65 reviews)
- "slow career progression and trainning" (in 33 reviews)
- "Senior leadership feel out of touch to workforce" (in 29 reviews)
- "4. Senior management less approachable and supportive." (in 23 reviews)
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- 4.0Jun 11, 2008Vice PresidentCurrent EmployeeLondon, England
Rolls-Royce is a globally recognised brand. Just having the name card opens doors at all levels within other organisations. What's more, Aerospace, both civil and defence, are on the bleeding edge of technology development. As one of the world's bets engineering companies seeing new and burgeoning technologies is a daily occurrence. In addition, work life balance is good and my work schedule can be quite flexible.
Rolls-Royce is matrix organisation and therefore clear reporting lines and accountability are almost non-existent. There are exceptions, but by and large it is easy to hide behind the complexity. We spend far too much time driving consensus and not enough time making and implementing decisions. Rolls-Royce also has some remanence of the civil service culture that permeates much of our decision making process. We are top heavy and do not empower people to make decisions and then hold them accountable.1
- 2.0Feb 2, 2023EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsBirmingham, England
Difficult at this time to indenfy them.
Pay isn't brill. Work-life balance has recently changed for the worst. Poor management decision making. Low moral in some areas. Bullying is still endemic a matter the previous CEO was not able to stamp out. Still a lot of non value added work being carried out. A lot of ageism practised in this company. Exposure especially in the current world climate with large numbers of foreign workers a potential threat to company IP and Security2