Tata Steel Employee Review
No career development, No particular training,managers do favoritism,biased.
They only hire from ivy leagues & CA's.conventional universities wity no pristige have not been included in special development for career point of view.Pay is very less.They pay IIM & IIT trainees more than 1 lakhs for 2 months.
Ratings by category
No benefits so nothing pro
No free benefits as per cafeteria, lunch etc
Good culture, good work life balance, employee friendly company, fair pay, career growth opportunities through internal job postings, ample learning opportunities, inclusive workplace, caring towards women employees
Good medical insurance, drop facility for ladies, perks, employee engagement initiatives, trainings
slow career progression as it is a horizontal organisation
An organisation which stands on the edifice of Ethics , Human Relations & System & Processes the day in Steel group starts with oath of safety , with all the employees doing Total productive Maintenance on shop floor in the morning with tune at music , understanding fugais (non - abnormalities) with review meeting by Chief of the Plant. Learning is "Lifeline of Tata Steel" on every walk one can learn the unique secret ie "Human Touch " is very much important while running any organization. Steel group teaches the philosophy ie we are custodian of shareholders wealth , our vusion is to generate wealth for the stakeholders but not at the cost of Ethics which is robust pillar of organization. Management of Tata Steel is very much co-operative employee centric for whom "People matters a lot". Tata Steel work culture is very much transparent it gives voice to all employees to speak and voice there issues infront of the Managing Director . The hardest part of job was not to introduce Multi skill horizontal as well as vertical for the plants of Boisar in Mumbai at Tata Steel. The most enjoyable part was playing sports after finishing individual work at Tata Steel . Playing gave us team spirit and transmitted & channelized energy for the betterment of employee as well as organisation.
Old Hierarchy structures