I've learn that you need to strong manager to lead a big project like Qatar Rail to finish on-time. I also learn that managers don't need to shout in order to be followed and respected at Jacobs everybody respects everybody all you have to do is say the truth what happen and look for solutions instead of pointing fingers.
Jacobs are on of the largest private construction / engineering consultancy business in the world. It has a strong culture of caring and corporate responsibility. Working for Jacobs, provides significant opportunity for growth and travel across its multinational business.
Overall one of the best employers i have ever worked with. The management takes keen interest in the personal development of the employees and team building is seen to be much more important in contrast with other employers in thew industry.
JACOBS is a a company which gives importance to people who are working with them. it is very conducive being a work place since every people are happy in their job. Have good management system being follow and gives trainings for the development of individuals.The most enjoyable part when people have to bring thefood for every nation working in and share it with everybody.
i enjoyed working at CH2M, it was a enriching experience from which i benefit a lot. working with people from all around the world is an amazing experience
free launches in 5 stars hotels, free rides, informative presentations, attending big events, getting to meet people in power, good salaries, perfect job environment and well educated colleagues, and much more
Great environment to work in. Other staff are on the most part very helpful and enthusiastic. Leadership here is very strong and the quality of work is a very high standard. Good corporate structure, collaborative team environment and lots of career opportunities.
Friendly working culture in CH2M. Help full HR department. Nice Management. Good working hours. Good team spirit. Very much concerned about employee safety as well as work place safety. Company's slogan "Target Zero".