Metro Trains Melbourne
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Metro Trains Melbourne Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Link
    Metro Trains Melbourne website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 45 reviews and is evolving.



Train Driver in Train driver depot
on 20 August 2020
Good pay makes people stay
If it weren't for the pretty decent money that most can earn with the company you'd be looking almost anywhere else. Management are more interested in smashing workers than helping them succeed. Training costs are continually being attacked to get to the minimal level acceptable to be gotten away with rather than making sure people are confident and competent in their training.If you have other options and aren't chasing money, look elsewhere.
IT team in Melbourne City VIC
on 19 October 2020
All the trappings of a toxic government bureaucracy. Chaotic, dysfunctional, reactive work environment. Gossipy & hierarchal. Sink or swim attitude towards new staff by ‘team leader’. Mistakes made due to lack of training or knowledge berated. Structurally complex and fractured, there was zero leadership and a prevailing attitude of hopelessness. Vision statements reduced to meaningless bumper stickers. Disingenuous ‘no’ people in the mostly absent, self-absorbed managerial class. No development or advancement opportunities promoted, and nepotism rampant. Skilled and broad thinking individuals best avoid.
metro trains electrical overhead duty officer. in Melbourne VIC
on 8 February 2020
Bad culture
Bad culture from middle management to team management. Senior Management rely no untruths issued to them. Safety is only a word to metro, it's do as I say not what we say. No such thing as honesty and with Depot management. But covering and finger pointing to pass the blame.
Station Officer in Melbourne VIC
on 29 January 2020
Horrible place to work.
The management are hopeless. They do not care about the health and well being of their staff. Not a nice place to work. I could not recommend this company at all.
Depot Train Driver Manager in Melbourne VIC
on 26 January 2020
Toxic work culture.
Extremely busy and too many direct reports to successfully achieve all required KPIs. Although they market a work life balance this is lip service and doesn’t actually exist. Pays well but this is required as the work place culture is so toxic.

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