Roughan O'Donovan Workplace FAQ

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25 October 2020

What is the work environment like at Roughan O'Donovan?

Pros

Very willing to invest time and money in employees. A lot of resources provided to support graduates, i.e. Graduate rotation program and Mentoring program. A very friendly working environment with helpful colleagues and regular events to encourage better bonding between colleagues. Management really cares about the employees and the well-being of employees. During the time of Covid-19, ROD tried its best to keep all the employees while not putting any financial pressure on employees. It managed to have the company running as normal. In the meantime, ROD offered assistance and delivery of equipment which made sure employees could work from home comfortably physically and mentally.

Cons

The rotation program can let graduates be exposed to different engineering fields, so graduates who would like to focus on any specific field may not be suitable.

A very friendly working environment with helpful colleagues and regular events to encourage better bonding between colleagues.

25 October 2020

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17 October 2020

What are working conditions like at Roughan O'Donovan?

Pros

Staff is nice , nice office space , good work life balance

Cons

Not a lot of progression for women (no female directors or associates)

Staff is nice , nice office space , good work life balance

17 October 2020

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