Johnson Matthey FAQ

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28 English questions out of 28

12 December 2018

What is the retirement plan like at Johnson Matthey?

Pros

Great benefits, great 401K plan

Cons

Lack of communication, lack of leadership, no face time with management if working night shift, management constantly changing hours, no clear direction of where the company is going, too many upper management changes, not willing to work with employees with mental illnesses.

Advice to Management

Work on leadership skills, be more willing to stay late or come in early to see and talk to night shift employees, better communication between employees and other departments.

Great benefits, great 401K plan

12 December 2018

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26 March 2019

Does Johnson Matthey have a pension plan?

Pros

The people make it a great place to work. From a practical perspective there is an excellent pension, share scheme and other benefits.

Cons

Lack of talent retention in some areas, management is made up of people who aren’t the right people for the job, they were just in the right place at the time.

Advice to Management

Focus on talent retention, rather than acquisition.

From a practical perspective there is an excellent pension, share scheme and other benefits.

26 March 2019

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3 July 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Johnson Matthey?

Pros

Good entry level job for graduates

Cons

No career progression, no diversity

Advice to Management

Recognise people from different backgrounds

No career progression, no diversity

3 July 2020

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4 November 2018

What kind of career opportunities exist at Johnson Matthey?

Pros

Good opportunity for carrier grout

Cons

Most of the time keeps on average

Good opportunity for carrier grout

4 November 2018

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23 January 2019

How are promotions handled at Johnson Matthey?

Pros

Good pension, free cooked lunches

Cons

Very low salaries, promotions not in line with performance, rather how many years you’ve been there. The opportunity for promotions is only once a year and is standardised across the company

Advice to Management

Review salaries completely. It’s no wonder people leave after a year or so.

The opportunity for promotions is only once a year and is standardised across the company

23 January 2019

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28 English questions out of 28