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Rio Tinto Chief Executive Sam Walsh
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39 Ratings

    Decent company, but very limited growth opportunities

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    I have been working at Rio Tinto full-time (more than 3 years)


    My colleagues are competent, qualified professionals, with great work ethics. My work was interesting when I first started. There are great perks like an in-house private clinic, gym, cafeteria, etc., and good benefits.


    An unfortunate side effect of the recent cost-cutting initiatives has been a lack of career development opportunities. I've been checking the internal job postings religiously for a year and literally nothing has come up in my Group. The department I work in has been downsized and there are no growth opportunities where I am, not even within my role. I have to choose between stagnating in my career or looking elsewhere.

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    Please put a greater focus on career development and talent management. I would prefer to stay within the company, but unfortunately there don't seem to be any opportunities.

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