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Terrible place to work, the factory is constantly at least 30 degrees and as a sanitizer you are expected to walk around it all without stopping for a water break. Not allowed to speak to other people in the factory whilst on shift, they expect the world of you for minimum wage. Line manager is a bully and tries to intimidate me daily, giving out a “final warning” without any prior written or verbal warnings,
nice canteen staff
On the surface it's a nice company to work for; once you get started and open your eyes you will see it's full of racist bigots. I don't just mean against black or Asian, I mean European managers treating fellow European staff, and especially those from the same country much better than staff who are British. One example is a senior Greek manager, who openly discussed and provided peeks and incentives to fellow Greek staff, whilst speaking Greek in front of a room full of staff from UK and other nationalities. This included handing over their company credit card for use by their fellow Greek staff, whilst not allowing other staff present to reap the similar benefit.
Racist and discrimination on every level
bad management, and unsafe practices, unfairly treated and no respect for team member from certain management, having been here a few years i have seen it go from bad to worse... seriously think before applying especially for R&D roles
Chocolate making management are a shambles. The actual chocolate makers are lovely team. The management don't have a clue how to run the place, they have their pet favourites and treat other staff that are not in their click with disrespect and rudeness. Chocolate maker isn't as it sounds, it's cleaning and Greeting thousands of customers that are herded through. Don't bother!
A wealth of knowledge to be learnt from fellow employees. However, there are line managers whose conduct towards employees fall below the company's values making it an unpleasant place to work. Senior management need to be proactive in handling these people or face losing good employees as a result of one bad egg!
Calm and fun place to work. Very collaborative with everyone willing to help. Regular one to one with line manager, which was quite open and honest. It was a people environment and you always feel you were appreciated.
Loads of goodies majority of the time
Long commute from Leeds to Birmingham
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A typical day at Mondelez was long and challenging but enjoyable at times. Learned about food production and marketing. Management was mixed but largely OK. Workplace culture was fast-paced, competitive, and U.S. based. Hardest part of the job was poor work-life balance. Staff get burned out quickly. Best part of the job was the good salary and benefits.
The management are terrible. They show no respect to workers and do not value them at all. There are terrible/limited benefits. The only upside was the team I was working with (excluding management obviously) at the site in Birmingham
Not enough focus on investment, more on cost saving initiatives but the organisation continue to expect staff to deliver the same despite the cuts: increased deliverables, ie More with less... false economy and staff are leaving in droves as a result. Massive change needed in leadership, especially R&D from the top down...
Employed on a 6 month contract but my contract was unfairly terminated in front of the whole office before being marched/escorted off site in such a criminal manner but two people who completely lacked emotion or care in the world. Experienced a great deal of discrimination, favouritism, lack of management and respect. Implied job security for duration of contract but got rid of 5 people with a snap of the fingers, with poor and weak reasons.
It is a great place if you want your next role In retail or customer service And love chocolate or representing brands. You get free entry to the exhibition and 4d cinema and discounted entry for a friend. You also get discounted gym membership as they have a gym on site. Even though they might tell you not to join the union as issues are sorted internally just join the union as you never know when you might need them to fight in your corner.