- 2,017 mai 2023
Ok to workManagerEmployé actuel, plus de 8 ansNew York, NY
Very diverse Company commitment to values
Pay is mediocre Benefits are ok Company is constantly cutting positions and awarding "promotions" that are more work with little pay Constant state of short staffing Distracted by unnecessary stuff and non-priorities Leadership often gives conflicting directions Want employees to take actions but then crucify if not exactly how they want
- 5,03 sept. 2023Sales AnalystEmployé actuel
One of the best careers I’ve ever had and I have nothing but positive things to say about Danone. They truly care about you and the work/life balance are wonderful.
Other than a fully remote environment, nothing negative.
- 2,03 août 2023Marketing AssociateAncien employé, plus d'un anWhite Plains, NY
Very generous training resources and benefits (especially around maternity/paternity/parental leave). Opportunity to work on well-known national (and even global) brands, and learn the building blocks of brand management. Many people are very kind and have a collaborative mindset.
Pay is not commensurate with the industry. The culture, especially within brand/categories, is contingent on the business unit you play in. Some business units have stronger, more engaged cultures than others, and some brands will get the lion’s share of resources, recognition, and opportunities for growth. As for promotions, recognize that it is not always related to performance, but more so who knows you (not always who you know). Some teams will have higher turnover as a result of the aforementioned, very generous parental leave, which can allow for information gaps and development issues for newer marketers. Training for new managers leaves a lot to be desired.2