Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Employee Reviews about "career progression"

Updated 3 Feb 2018

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  • "Good perks such as additional annual leave days for long service, company car scheme(in 4 reviews)

  • "Great people, amazing experiences, other employees are quick to help you learn and there is a team mentality(in 4 reviews)

  • "Work-life balance was a challenge but this is consistent with the auto industry(in 5 reviews)

  • "If you're not a fan of hard work, then this might not be for you(in 4 reviews)

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  1. "St.Nicholas School"

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee 

    I have been working at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars part-time


    This is a happy place to work


    No much opportunity for career progression

    Rolls-Royce Motor Cars2017-10-29
  2. "Good, but nowhere near what I anticipated"

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    Former Intern - Anonymous Intern in Chichester, England
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I worked at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars for less than a year


    I worked in one of the engineering departments, and work could be quite varied and interesting, in a range of areas. The department was generally full of nice people, and they would be happy to help you out. Work hours were reasonable, and you can definitely have a social life outside of work. To add to this the other students were a great bunch.


    Internship was fairly unorganised, no clear role given, no structure, and very little training/support from the department or management. Manager didn't take interest in you or your work, and this became quite frustrating. Further to this, due to the engineers in the department having quite specialised roles, they rarely trusted you with work, meaning you had no opportunity to prove your worth. None of the work challenged you intellectually, and any work that could was dominated by the management or senior engineers, and they rarely took on board your advice or opinions. There was a general sense that the engineers thought they were far more knowledgeable than you, and you're 'just and intern'. This closed meantality really affected your ability to perform well. Other departments had more structure, but on the whole other interns felt the same. Appeared to also be little or no room for career progression, or desire from the company to retain talent.

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    Rolls-Royce Motor Cars2018-02-03

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