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Rio Tinto

4.0
  • #2 in Mining, oil & gas
  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

Salary at Rio Tinto

8.3
8.3 rating for Salary, based on 20 reviews
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
Pay is excellent compared to other non-mining companies. Plenty of benefits. Annual bonuses.
Graduate - 01 Jan 1970
The base salary is not in line with the industry or competitive enough however due to the remoteness of my site my pay is a lot better then most grads.
Graduate, Nhulunbuy - 09 Dec 2021
Good and fair system for bonuses and pay. Pay is reviewed twice per year which is good if the industry is changing.
Graduate, Gladstone Central - 01 Jan 1970
good, but lackluster compared to iron ore
Graduate, Weipa - 01 Jan 1970
At my level, the pay i get is extremely well compared to other engineers starting. a lot of people complain only cause it is not as much as the next person but in reality we are getting paid a lot and should be more grateful at the entry level.
Graduate, Northern Territory - 01 Jan 1970
base is low
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Pay is not bad, haven't had a bonus yet.
Graduate, Weipa - 01 Jan 1970
FIFO allowances generous
Graduate, FIFO from Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Graduate pay is fantastic for office based staff, but in the field when you regularly train contractors, they then become FTE within 3 months and receive $30,000 more despite being graduates themselves.
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
I like them
Graduate, Brisbane - 01 Jan 1970
Average base pay. Very good bonus allowances for working on site in iron ore
Graduate, Pilbara - 01 Jan 1970
Pay and bonus is very generous
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
competitive salary for graduate with short term incentives also
Graduate, Port Hedland and Dampier - 01 Jan 1970
A very defined bonus structure and very good base pay for graduates.
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Very generous graduate pay with decent bonuses if the company has performed well in the year
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Pay is generous and the bonuses are based on your yearly goals which encourage myself to work hard.
Graduate - 01 Jan 1970
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
Half-yearly holiday allowances. Free private health insurance.
Graduate - 01 Jan 1970
private health
Graduate, Perth - 09 Dec 2021
Good health care and remote travel allowance.
Graduate, Nhulunbuy - 09 Dec 2021
If you live in a remote location, rent is amazing, but they will also reimburse you for your flights if you're flying home.
Graduate - 09 Dec 2021
Wellbeing Benefits
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Lifestyle package (includes free movies, tennis and squash court hire and free gym membership)
Graduate, Gladstone Central - 01 Jan 1970
typical benefits, healthcare etc, but cant use in weipa because too remote
Graduate, Weipa - 01 Jan 1970
The greatest perk is the private health benefits you get for being apart of the company. there are multiple others that would be extremely beneficial such as car deals and jb hi fi deals that i just dont use at this point in time.
Graduate, Northern Territory - 01 Jan 1970
many benefits for gym, entertainment, technology etc.
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
free flights to cities every 6 months or year.
Graduate, Weipa - 01 Jan 1970
Relocation costs covered (moving car, furniture, hire car, hotel) Health insurance subsidy
Graduate, FIFO from Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Health insurance and moving expenses,
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
The support they provide if you want to upskill.
Graduate, Brisbane - 01 Jan 1970
health insurance
Graduate, perth - 01 Jan 1970
Free private healthcare
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
free/reduced private health (medibank), novated leases/salary sacrificing, frequent flying benefits
Graduate, Port Hedland and Dampier - 01 Jan 1970
Cheap/free private health. Pay for gym membership.
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Very cheap hotel bookings
Graduate, Perth - 01 Jan 1970
Employee benefits
Graduate - 01 Jan 1970