Supply Chain Planning Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 16, 2018
Novelis has one of the best culture and great benefits for their employees...
Pros: - Flexibility - Good work life balance (Automotive is a little different but overall, there's still flexibility for the longer hours worked). - Smart management team - Fun employee activities throughout the year - Good environment
Cons: Thankfully, I have not faced any major cons other than longer hours in Automotive department at Novelis. The only other thing I can think of is that just like any large company, there are some employees who don't pull their weight and this negatively affects the team's performance.
Great people to work with, management was great too and great culture
Thankfully, I have not faced any major cons other than longer hours in Automotive department.
Industrial Electrician (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – November 9, 2018
Daily activities were based on how equipment was running, breakdowns were priority. If everything was running Monthly PM'S and project work was available to stay busy. There was always something to learn if you wanted to.
The worst place I have ever worked! It's a company policy that they have 2 salary people per 1 hourly. Zero communication, not willing to hire help most people are working 7 12s or more not salary of course, all they want is more production no matter the cost. I would advise looking elsewhere first!
Electrical Engineering Internship (Former Employee) – Greensboro, GA – September 12, 2018
If you want to get your hands dirty, you'll like it here. As Engineering some days you are in your office designing and other days you are out on the floor getting dirty fixing things. Great place in learning about other aspects and other fields of engineering, deal with large scale equipment and small scale devices.
Finance (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 7, 2018
Senior leaders at Novelis are some of the most inspiring people I've worked with. CEO, Steve Fisher, and his team are transforming the culture. Join the team but be intentional about driving your own career.
Roll grind tech (Former Employee) – Oswego, NY – August 11, 2018
Novelis, while a high paying job, it’s also a very dangerous, thankless, unappreciative job. My direct supervisor, tried to make me stay at work, when I found out that I had to take my wife in to have melanoma removal surgery.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Madison, GA – August 3, 2018
A place that offered great pay and benefits ....But is is extremely dirty and very hot and dangerous place to work ..Great job for a young person getting started in life that is not afraid of a little work
They showed appreciation by having celebrations often
Hot environment that had chemicals and fumes that may not be good for your health
INBOUND LOGISTICS (Former Employee) – Ontario – June 23, 2018
I worked for Novelis during the summers I was completing my Undergraduate degree, and it provided me with the money I need to complete my degree. I learned a lot about hard work, and how to put in a lot of long hours.
IT Internship (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – May 21, 2018
I had an amazing experience working here for 2 summers in a row, and learned several new skills such as Visual Basic and database management. The workplace culture was fantastic, and I was always able to get help when I needed it. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to get new and different challenges each day on the job.
Finishing Operator (Former Employee) – Scriba, NY – May 21, 2018
Management is clueless, operators have too much blame being put on them. Maintenance can get away with murder and no one bats an eye. Schedule sounds good til you work ot then theres not much time off.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – April 13, 2018
Work-Life Balance I love that I have a great degree of control and freedom within my job. I work full-time on a flexible schedule, both in and out-of-office, and my boss trusts me to produce high quality work and results. I work hard to maintain that level of trust, which keeps me engaged and excited — but at the same time, I love that my job enabled me to love and enjoy my other passions in life.
Great experience, but no career growth opportunities
Sr. Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 4, 2018
I enjoy working for Novelis, I have never had an opportunity to learn or expand my knowledge more than I have here at Novelis. However, if you are not a chosen favorite of Sr. Mgmt, there are no advancement opportunities available to you, you must have connections, no matter how much Novelis stresses equal opportunity. If you want to grow in your career path, you will have to take your experience elsewhere.... which is very disappointing. Be careful, Novelis needs to get rid of dead weight, managers with zero people skills and those that don't want to get their hands dirty (involved in the work), instead they just continue to look over it and keeps promoting the 'type'. Great colleagues!!!
Business casual, flex-hours, great location, nice office, great work experience
lack of proper training, lack of advancement and lack of good experienced people managers/management
Shipping and Receiving Associate (Former Employee) – Fairmont, WV – March 26, 2018
If you're not in a Union or have any intention of joining one don't bother applying. As I was a non Union worker that replaced a Union job, it was a constant struggle. The job itself wasn't bad at all, though management was horrible and always stressed which led to you being stressed. Training was poor and short. If you don't have a family or life outside of the company it's a perfect place for you.
Good place to learn and develop expertise in aluminium rolling products
Leader (Current Employee) – Oswego, NY – March 25, 2018
Progressive workplace CEO and NAM president very good role models Opportunities for growth and promotion Resources are not to the level of challenge by the market place Organization relies in a few miracle workers High turn over rate
Progressive workplace, CEO and NAM president very good role models, Opportunities for growth and promotion
Resources are not to the level of challenge by the market place, Organization relies in a few miracle workers, High turn over rate