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What is the salary like at Chambal Fertilizers & Chemicals?

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9 October 2019

Pros

The company pays Good salary and full security.

Cons

It provides very few leaves and there is very bad politics.

Advice to Management

Increase manpower so that people can enjoy there personal life too.

The company pays Good salary and full security.

9 October 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in India (Current Employee)

19 March 2020

Pros

Good salary, High Professional and Highly Equipped Technical Dept.

Cons

Slow growth and Unprofessional HR

Good salary, High Professional and Highly Equipped Technical Dept.

19 March 2020

Reviewed by: Assistant Manager in Kota, Rajasthan (Current Employee)

9 September 2020

Pros

Good salary but you can't find place to spend

Cons

Worst work culture, Zero employee welfare, Shift harassment (Uneven Shift schedule)

Advice to Management

Kindly restrict promotion to diploma/BSC holders to deputy manager.

Good salary but you can't find place to spend

9 September 2020

Reviewed by: Assistant Manager in India (Current Employee)

27 January 2019

Pros

Only comparing with other private Refineries/Petrochemical/Fertilizer companies: Some good people at top level. A bit of human value in the organisation If you are good technically, you can apply yourself. Pay is decent as compared to it's peers.

Cons

Manufacturing and Operations was charming only until the dawn of tech industry. Since the processes are highly hazardous, you'll only find them near to tier 2 cities or low population zones. So if you are someone who is interested in a happening & pacey lifestyle, sorry, it's not your cup of tea. This is applicable to manufacturing in general. Middle management is mediocre. Chemical engineers are recruited for shift jobs, so you cannot expect a good work life balance. Fertilizer industry in India is government subsidy dependant, therefore there is lack of investment and competition in the sector, hence professional growth is slow.

Advice to Management

Improve the middle management, it will help in employee retention. It's okay to pay conservatively to freshers and unproven talent but improve packages to people who have stayed beyond 2-3 years, it will attract better people towards the organisation. People do not always demand career progression, but a better return to their hard work, pay your panel engineers well otherwise they will definitely move to different job roles in other attractive sectors.

Pay is decent as compared to it's peers.

27 January 2019

Reviewed by: Assistant Manager in Kota, Rajasthan (Former Employee)

11 December 2020

Pros

Good company to work and learn. Nice salary

Cons

Job hours are very much.

Nice salary

11 December 2020

Reviewed by: Assistant Manager in Kota, Rajasthan (Current Employee)

5 English reviews out of 5