Great place to work but...
Sasol has competitive salaries and great benefits. The hours aren't bad and they give more than average paid time off. The problem they face is there is little employee development and advancement. Also due to bureaucratic roadblocks from having a headquarters in another country, innovation and creativity is stifled and inefficiency is commonplace. - more ... Here company politics trumps any written policies (most policies have the caveat "This policy is also subject to management discretion"). This is a great place to gain industry experience, but most exceptional employees rarely stay to make a ca ... - less
ProsDecent pay, good family/work life, lots of paid time off, job security, good benefits
ConsAdvancement and development are basically non-existent, management bureaucracy is a major innovation hindrance.