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Worked with a diverse group of people who worked hard and aimed for the same goals. A very enjoyable productive environment to work in would love to work there again
All necessary technical equipment was provided without delay or question the need for the equipment
Finished the contract and ran out of work
I was asked to work here because of a highly regarded referral and my experience in the field. Yet I wasn't allowed to use that to better the job. Being talked down to and told off for helping crew mates new to the field even if it was regarding a major safety concern. Seems to be virtually no teamwork. People just want to do their own thing. Management seems to look down on people that are pro active about making the job standards high.Turned an amazing enjoyable job into a chore.Lots of ego & verry little forward thinking.
Some knock offs at full day hours
Backwards attitute & management
Lots of bbq breakfasts to reward the workers and xmas & mid year functions were all paid for by the company. PPE, tools & equipment was top gear and direct supervisors were experienced, firm but fair. Top end management was abased at a different site so we didn't see them much. Huge focus on safety, where we had a safety toolbox meeting once a week and pre starts every week.
The role was an admin support role assisting the NBN installation project in a very male dominating environment. As a female, you need to be confident and not easily intimidated and stand your grown. Management team very supportive. Could be more assertive with their crew. Grounds crew were very uncooperative at first but eventually came around.
Disorganise crew and not discipline
The workers are great the management are very clicky and love to micro manage. They drink up on a Friday afternoon then drive home hmm and ohs and safety is there number 1 priority. Whatever.Dont stand up for yourself what ever you do cause they will move you around and try 2 break you. Not me better than that. Workers great. Management..too many chiefs with no idea.
too many chiefs not enough field workers health & safety only happens when someone injured then they go overboard materials are hard to get too much Empire building causals are treated like second ractrate
A normal day for me started at 5:30am to get equipment ready for the days work at 6:30am we had our safety talk and then to site, the management and supervisors were great to work with and was great support for the teams and motivation. I would say in overall it was a great company to work for and would have loved to continue working at Fulton Hogan
Fulton Hogan go on about the Family culture. But at Sydney Airport nothing could be more untrue. The Managers and Supervisors are all about themselves and they couldn't care less about the workers, they just want to save money and cut corners. Its a really bad work culture.
Alot of boss's and not enough indians. Poor backup support Insufficient data to work to a preset plan or a work structure Interpretation of plans and location identification was bad
Management get all the perks of new cars and training, yet when time comes for training of workers they suddenly have no money, yet management people who have no clue or involve the in our the job get training for the job. Pays are rubbish for the work done
Nothing at all
Too many to write fown