Hochtief Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Hochtief Aktiengesellschaft is a German construction company based in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Hochtief is Germany's largest construction company and operates globally, ranking as one of the largest general construction companies in the United States through its Turner subsidiary, and in Australia through a 72.683% shareholding in CIMIC Group. In 2010 it employed more than 70,000 employees across five corporate divisions.
Hochtief lacks decency, honor, and morals by getting involved in topics that despise human dignity, like wanting to participate in Trump's wall construction, Michael Harron wrote a review at facebook.com
"To build the wall for Trump. I was very horrified to hear that HOCHTIEF wants to get involved in this topic that despises human dignity. Corporations too should have something like decency, honor, and morals. Probably you would then also have participated in the construction of the GDR border wall ..."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Bad management, no development, old systems, no competitive edge, no culture at all."
Former Employee - H&S Manager says"Attempted bullying on more than one occasion, negative attitude by some senior management toward H&S"
Former Employee - Site Engineer says"Hard to progress in company"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Clicky Lack of development Poor employee care"
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Salary is very low in the beginning. Less chances of field exposure unless the company sends you to field."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Limited Progression and low pay"
Current Employee - HVAC Design Engineer says"The working environment is not so friendly.And they dont give u good hikes."
Current Employee - CAD Designer says"Sometimes two or three days work should be completed within a day ends.Continuing the work without any sleep till the task completion with error free work is a massive challenging work for me in this company."
Current Employee - Projektmanager says"No clear strategy for European business"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Poor communication between departments and upper management. No or very limited possibilities to evolve. No or very poor trainings (some of them political). Salaries go from very low to very high (the very high ones are also political)."