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Productive & liberty to implementation of innovative ideas

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Working in Steel industry is challenging & have to overcome many hazzards. At the Sametime many targets have been achieved through dedicated team. Implemented many suggestions & upgradation jobs to achieve safety of man & machines. Have learnt a lot both technical & non-technical subjects. Work culture had improved a lot. Had to work for prolonged time in case of emergency & urgency. Was a part of the management & had to take many decision for improving productivity & imparted hands on training to subordinates & newly joined trainees.
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A great place to learn and earn.

This was my first job with a big corporation. On job training was really grilling, but the job was really challenging with lot of discretionary powers to experiment and innovate at all levels. Good work is really rewarded. Management is very fr6and caring and stand by you in difficult situations. Its largest Indian employer after Railways, with ocean of opportunities for growth and career advancement. Townships are wonderful and have cosmopolitan culture. Great place to work.


Good rumerations, growth, free medical care and housing.


Long hours of work. Tough working conditions.
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place to learn so much.

excellent place to learn management and work culture. the higher authority is so humble and takes the obligations in such a manner that complex work seems like a piece of cake for a new intern.
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Management and learning

The company appreciates leadership skills and lots of things to learn. Management authorities are understanding and helpful. Beautiful Infrastructure.
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good company to work

a good working environment learned about how accounts handled in big company management is good positive work culture dealing with auditor co worker are good
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Low salary, bad management,low facility

For non executive this is worse PSU in INDIA.Poor facility given(qtr facility,hospital facility,) . Management have no intention to change the system.


8 hours duty


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Management is poor

The Government of India owns about 75% of SAIL's equity and retains voting control of the Company. However, SAIL, by virtue of its ‘Maharatna’ status, enjoys significant operational and financial autonomy Low salary Management is poor




Low salary
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Highly productive workplace

Production and profitability is given the maximum priority at Steel Authority of India Limited. The management has to give more priority to safety to have a better working culuture
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Huge Sense of Pride

Great work culture, Amazing and brilliant employees, great management, cheerfulness and strong sense of belonging despite tough working conditions of a Steel Plant
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healthy environment for work. user friendly management. ready to co - operate. i learned how to sap fico, intrnal audit, closing of balance sheet and stock report.
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Productive environment

Nice place to work. Many technical aspects of documentation process Really productive work culture Strong management Never found anything hard Supportive learning environment, enthusiastic people
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Very nice and decent work culture

It was really a nice appreciating work exposure as everything was learnt in detail from the start of basic work of a company secretary to the technical level of drafting of minutes, notices and agenda formulation.


Nice people management


Salary as a trainee was neligible
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very good company but human resource management is very poor

I am working with SAIL. Since it is a government concern job security is at its best. you have got social security, financial freedom ,work culture is good but at some point of time you will start feeling disheartened since there is very less opportunity of growth. they dont have systems to distinguish performers and non performers. you work with your best potential but all in vain. best company for lazy people.


salary, security, medical facility, less pressure


human resource management
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Einem von großer Arbeitsgeber des Indiens

Größte Eisen und Stahl Hersteller in Indien. Ist eine staatliche Firma. Arbeitsplätzen sind sicher. Gehalt ist auch gut.
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Productive work environment with support/ guidance from top management

This is also one of the biggest public sector company with well established systems and procedures. There was lot of things I have learnt from this company. I have spent beyond office hours during project implementation stage. It was really fun to work for such long period due to support/ guidance from top management and our zeal to deliver the best for timely completion of the project. Total project people worked as a team without any hierarchy barrier irrespective of individual job profile. The performance was the criterion for recognition.


So many pros as explained above


No tangible cons as such
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Poor management and work culture but good compensation and high job security

This is an organization owned by government of India so job security is high. Salary and benefits are good. Day to day life at work is fine and not stressful but it can be very frustrating because incompetent upper management and lack of planning.


High job security, Free medical benefits, Good compensation


Incompetent upper management, Poor work culture
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learnt a lot

as an intern learnt a lot about the company and the diff betwen the college life and working life. day was never hectic. enjoyed working there. cooperative management.
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Trainee at the Finance Department

As an intern in SAIL which is a valuable Indian Company I got to know how projects are appraised and send for approval to the management. I worked as a team member under the guidance of the deputy manager finance.
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A great place to learn in terms of field work

Very supportive management with good knowledge of their respective fields, helps one learn quite a lot. A very good experience in terms of exposure to working of a psu.
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Productive and fun workplace

Steel Authority of India Limited(SAIL), a Govt. of India Enterprise is India’s largest steel producing company with a turnover of Rs.49,350 Crores, the company is among the five Maharatnas of the country’s Central Public Sector Enterprises. SAIL has five integrated steel plants, three special plants and one subsidiary in different parts of the country. SAIL,ISP(IISCO STEEL PLANT),Burnpur is one of the five Integrated steel plants. and my team is very cooperative,sincere and also the managements also good from the superiors to sub-ordinates.working cultureis also very good.
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As because sail is an govt public sector wide oppertunity

Management in sail is very friendly & cooperative, hardest part of work is to enlist as vendor, as because the management is very well known it will be easy to get order
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4.0 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.9 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
4.3 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.8 out of 5 stars for Management
3.8 out of 5 stars for Culture


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