SR. MANAGER-IT (Former Employee) – Odisha – 13 August 2019
Very tough eorking conditions where i was posted but professional management and good working environment with good facilities. I would like to love work again in this orginazation for another location
I was made redundant because the electrical superintendant had an apprentice was coming out of his time and he made room for him to stay in the company, and I was setup by the supervisor and I was charged with a safety breach
e-learning manager (Former Employee) – Mumbai, India – 14 June 2019
Here, i started as as an intern. Work was pretty much about building the company website and making presentations for different departments. the workplace culture was friendly and also very professional. The hardest part of the job was to say goodbye after the internship ended. I met many big celebrities on my job as they came for events.
Collaboration with teams and new training for freshers..good experience with this company. Freshers are getting many training and development course for enhancing their career as a result they are gaining lots of knowledge for their career growth and can achieve the desired goals
Male nurse (Current Employee) – Renusagar uttar pradesh – 16 March 2019
I m join the team as a male nurse in renu power hospital renusagar , Aditya birla group ,hindalco , good place and a team work ,all staff and employees help nature . Fully enjoy this beautiful place and session.
Store manager (Former Employee) – India – 9 March 2019
it was great experience to work with Aditya Birla group .Supportive management ,team work, real time response by seniors, appreciation on achievements, focus on customer satisfaction that makes different from others.
Deputy General Manager (Former Employee) – Mumbai, Maharashtra – 6 December 2018
The corporate office of Aditya Birla Group is a fast-paced and challenging work environment that is also quite open and progressive. The top management inspires respect and provide high quality mentoring to people working with them. The opportunities for young professionals to gain visibility are also quite significant. It is also one of the first places I have seen with women in key leadership position who have been given the opportunity to balance work with personal priorities.
Open work culture, good remuneration and benefits, intelligent and supportive colleagues
Excessive deference to the promoter's family especially among the old guard
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Mumbai, Maharashtra – 15 November 2018
Loads of learning opportunities and career advancements. Amazing work culture and management empowers employees to take decisions. Most enjoyable part of the work was to learn latest trends as a recruiter.