Singapore Power Employee Reviews
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Requires full hours commitments (24/7) to its operations. Poor workplace culture where management cannot be challenged or questioned even the directions/pointers are wrong or nonsense. Reluctant to change and complacent employees. Plenty of WhatsApp messages listed in the phone and expect instant replies at all times even late after midnight. There is a lot of learning opportunities for employees but no one will put their learns into practice.
learning opportunties with external learning
no work life balance
Facilities is amazing, convenient for Muslim staff (prayer room available). Work is manageable. However, supervisor loves to micromanage and focus on the less important task. Very emotional too and random mood swings. Thus, creating an super toxic environment.
Supervisors are not professional.
The working environment is well and the management is strict to ensure the project progress is not behind the schedule. The staff communicate well with clear mission and have the efficient solution. Learn a lot from this organisation in a short period of time.
Many employees have stayed in the company over 20-30 years, this already says a lot about the company. Which also means that in the corporate team, it involves those 50-60 year olds who struggle to keep up with the ever changing world and the company still do not let them go. The benefits are are great. Not over the top but good enough to feel comfortable and stay.
Benefits for staff
too traditional in working style
A place where i learned a lot about big organisation and how things are being managed.Management wise everything is standardize.Hardest part of the job is when there is certain targets need to be archive.Enjoyable part of the job is working together as a team and archiving it together.
Bell curve grading
This job does not require any type of certification. You learn on the job as you go. My experience working for this company is limited to simply forging raw iron. Therefore, for the type of responsibility I handled on a day-to-day basis is very monotonous, but otherwise rewarding as I learned how to work with raw iron metals using different machineries.
Limited job responsibility.
Much travelling not much on the learning but more dealing with customers and key in accurate readings management is well organise friendly place to be in hardest part of the job is trying to find water meters enjoyable part is you have your own time and on target to finish the job the is given to you on the day.
Most of the jobs involve from conception to planning to implementation. Network infrastructure is required for company operation in substations spread all over Singapore. I built this infrastructure for multiple applications like security surveillance, data acquisition, remote sensing, telephony and smart metering. I learnt lot of things especially leading a team comprising members of different ethnic backgrounds. It opened my brain to understand that core of all differences, we are still human. we struggled together in tough times and enjoyed celebrating success together. That makes it most joy-able part. Company top management is highly visionary and want to do more for nation but at middle level management, the ideas getting lost. Hardest part of my job is that there is no job advancement. Whenever there are job vacancies created at the higher level, they are being filled by people from outside. Thus I also want to explore possibilities to further my career.
Good pay and bonus
Lack of Job advancement