A.S.C Careers and Employment
Fitter and Turner in Adelaide SA
on 24 June 2020
nowork place culture is very poor need big change in management to much nepatism to many employees are lazy an have no pride in there work ;and waste a lot money on not doing correct first
Fitter in Adelaide SA
on 6 July 2019
Lots lazy people work theirIt can be a company if get rid off the back supervisor employ people that what to work to gever as a team you need to get rid off all the bad eggs have works who won't to be there
mechanical fitter in Port Adelaide SA
on 27 July 2017
great company to work forwe had a variety of work and worked on different systems which operate a submarine ,we learned to be self reliant and also that there were systems in place to go to for information ,the management team I found were young with aii the paper qualifications but not enough time on the tools, the workplace culture was good and I found everybody willing to work in with you,the hardest part of the job was travelling home from work as it normally took me an hour and 15 mins to an hour and a half to get home.ifound the most enjoyable part of tnhe job for me was seeing the boats leave the dock at the end of the service and return to the navy . very satisfying.
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