Manager (Former Employee) – Manus Island – November 16, 2017
This company has cut corners in every area of the operations on Manus Island to suck every last cent out of the Australian Tax payer. Promotions and management jobs of people who are far less qualified and experienced than other staff but will put up with and assist in the cover up of poor and corrupt practice. Immigration Australia should Audit all qualifications and appointment of all staff in all areas particularly Management roles. Merit based appointments is rubbish. Australian Tax Payers should get their money back!!!! Senior management staff frequently drinking and two in particular torturing animals, this was reported and deliberately covered up and not actioned by HR Manager to protect these staff because these staff did not rock the boat. Several deaths of Asylum Seekers there were 100% preventable and if BRS was doing their job by employing and promoting the correct people which actual expertise in their fields some of these deaths could have been avoided. Information systems have been tampered with in terms of data entry, reporting and changing of case notes and processes, all you need to do is go in the back door to see when information was inputted or changed. Appalling organisation and management, Do Not employ people in Management from this project particularly any HR staff.
3 week on 3 weeks off
Everything About the Manus Island Management - Particularly the HR
Foreman (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – November 4, 2017
Everyone at the company was very well to get along with the job was very hard at times but we maintained and got it done the job is also very dangerous because it was always on the mainline and the service road even though the people around were very fun.
Industrial Mechanic (Former Employee) – Vallejo, CA – November 3, 2017
morning meeting and safety mins and workload for the day. walk jobs, did paper work, got permits, gathered materials, changed valves or piping, repair steam leaks, clean up after job, qc on bolt ups, signed off paper work,.
Fast-paced work culture with opportunity for promotion.
Safety Attendant, Mechanic Helper, Forklift Driver (Current Employee) – Carson, CA – October 23, 2017
Safety Culture is a major part of working here. Their core values set them apart from most other businesses within the same industry. Promotion is based off of hard work and dedication. The long hours are not for everyone, but are necessary if you want to work for them. The most difficult part of the job will be your first day. After settling in to the hustle and bustle, it becomes like a second home. As long as you work hard and go the extra mile, the possibilities are endless.
Safety Attendant (Former Employee) – Richmond, CA – October 18, 2017
Safety oriented culture team based environment Hands on training opportunity for growth within the company Provided unexperienced individuals with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the nuances of working in refinery environments.
saftey attendant / labor (Current Employee) – Vallejo, CA – March 9, 2017
The oil refinery can teach you a lot about life. You will be around you fellow employee and contractor for 12 to 13 hours of the day. Also you can learn a lot about other gases , product , and how its produce
Independent Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – February 22, 2017
Its only commision. Door to door sales in bad weather. I work here for a month and didnt get paid till the 4th week. A regular day starts at 10:45 and you are in workshops until 1pm from 2-8 you go door to door selling verizon products. At 8 you must go back to the office and you leave at 9:30pm.
Door to door sales, outside in rain and snow, dont leave home till 9:30