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No advancement
Sales Service Representattive (Current Employee), Clearwater, FloridaJune 8, 2014
Typical day is going from grocery store to grocery store, working deliveries and filling shelves/displays.

Management gets to work from home and has no clue what work in the field is like. There is no room for advancement unless you have a degree. It doesn't matter if your degree is in an unrelated field. They'll take any degree.
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What I learned
Trade Coordinator (Current Employee), East Hanover, NJJune 5, 2014
That work life balance is a huge part of the job. And that this allows you to work more productive.

Mondelez incorporates this very well.
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Sales route rep
SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee), Cleveland, OHJune 4, 2014
Pros: travel
Cons: misdirection
I have over 1.8 million in yearly sales
I have several employess that work for me daily
I have managed over 30 different customers
I have trained my peers
I have trained many different interns
I have worked with management of all levels
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Great work/Life Balance. Promotes end to end knowledge of the business
Lead (Current Employee), PennsylvaniaJune 3, 2014
Pros: family atmosphere, work life balance, numerous pto days
Cons: benefits are so so, advanced age employees are at a disadvantage
Mondelez is very good at working around real life needs and helping their employees find a comfortable work life balance.
They do focus on the up and coming work force so if you are fresh out of college or a mid 20 to 30 something employee, your prospects are excellent. If you are above 35-40, you can start to see a decline in their interest in you.
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A good place to work
Mechanical/Electrical Engineer (Former Employee), BanburyMay 29, 2014
Pros: free coffee
Cons: not much structure in the workplace
A place that was easy to work for. Consisted a lot of data testing. CAD skills are needed if you want to impress. Meeting many people from different countries was also good.
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great place to work
Director (Current Employee), Sao pauloMay 19, 2014
very dynamic and a lot of opportunities.
Nice high-tech office and good atmosphere
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Central East Africa Region
COUNTRY MANAGER FOR EAST AFRICA (Current Employee), NairobiApril 22, 2014
Pros: world class brands
Cons: poor supply chain management, high staff turnover
The region suffers from poor supply chain management, hindering the ability to capture market growth opportunities across East Africa.
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Great Place
Intern (Former Employee), ILMarch 23, 2014
Great place to complete an internship. What I learned working here will be invaluable to my career.
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Mondelez/Kraft
Key Account Manager (Former Employee), Irvine, CAMarch 22, 2014
Pros: positive co-workers, great distributor contacts.
Cons: lots of windsheild time.
No days were typical and position was a mix of vending and cash and carry operators as well as at one time managing 5 vending specific Vending Distributors. I enjoyed the mix.
My co-workers were great and most of them I worked with for nearly 10 years out of a 16 year career with Kraft Foods-Mondelez International.
The position was a remote work from – more... home position and I guess the hardest part of the job was the 91 Freeway & those of you in sales are laughing with me right now.
My territory covered from San Luis Obispo to Mexico, AZ & NV borders. – less
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Productive and Fun
Scanning / Customer Service Rep. (Current Employee), Wilkes BarreMarch 19, 2014
Cons: hard to get a fulltime position/ thrid party hiring
I am a contracted worker here at Mondelez trying to become a Fulltime Employee here, and it seems to be a very hard thing to do but I will not give up....Mondelez is a fun place to work and very productive . Looking forward to becoming a fulltime Employee.
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would not work for them again
merchandiser/sales (Former Employee), St. Louis MO areaMarch 14, 2014
Pros: close to home
Cons: low pay - uneducated co-workers - lack of leadership
job is easy as long as you don't mind working.
pay is low - opportunities exist but slim chance of promotion.
lack of leadership and planning.
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Great environment
Continuous Improvement Sr. Manager (Former Employee), Puebla de Zaragoza, PUEMarch 8, 2014
Cons: management do not walk the talk
Great work atmosphere...good opportunities to grow!
It needs fresh blood
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Excellent place to work.
Systems Manager (Former Employee), Deerfield, ilMarch 7, 2014
There's freedom to get the work done when and where you need to. An ethical company with lots of perks. I'd recommend it to a friend.
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It's Good Company with Good & iconic Brand & products
Packaging Development Manager (Current Employee), MumbaiFebruary 17, 2014
Pros: free lunch, lots of sports activities
Cons: unnessasory cost cutting. lack of org structure
It's good learning oppurtunity with 20% year on year growth.
Professional working envioronment.
Good worklife balance.
lots of on job travelling
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Could be fun job if you didn't have to wait for deliveries and stock the shelves.
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Haverhill, MAFebruary 9, 2014
This would be a wonderful job if you got the extra workers you need to finish the job. If a truck with your delivery is late, your whole day is ruined.
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Good place to work at
Human Resource Internship (Former Employee), MalaysiaFebruary 6, 2014
learned to communicate with different kind of people in the company.
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Flexible and very laidback
Merchandiser (Current Employee), Beaumont, TXJanuary 20, 2014
Pros: flexible, nice people
Cons: not enough hours, no benfits/vacation time
I am assigned certain stores each day that I work ( usually 2-4 stops per day). I get started at 7am and work the orders delivered to those stops and/or pull backstock. I change out displays as needed each week for ad sales. My management team are great people, very friendly and easy to get along with tho I dont have any benefits of any kind. The hours – more... I work are between 25-30 each week. – less
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Great place to work
Procurement Intern (Former Employee), East Hanover, NJJanuary 16, 2014
Pros: good support from management
Cons: coordinating meetings with team members in different time zones
I enjoyed my internship at Mondelez very much. It was a great learning experience and I value the fact that I was a part of a global, cross functional team.
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Great job sorry I had to leave
Merchandiser (Former Employee), Reno, NVJanuary 14, 2014
This job was a great experience and I would definatly like a job that is similar again. Had to leave to finish school and was not granted a transfer unfortunately.
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I learnt a lot of skills during my 11 years atCadbury /Mondelez International and enjoyed being part of a huge organisation
Sales Development Executive (Former Employee), Cadbury, ENGJanuary 9, 2014
Pros: company car
Cons: sharing managers
Pick up stock from cash and carry on Mondays to sell to independent retailers, plan which calls to visit first to see owners to present and sell promotions and other activities to. Visit between 8 and 10 calls a day, each store's confectionery display has to be. merchandised to maintain company's share of space, do survey using a touch screen laptop, – more... set up promotions using point of sale material and update store information and my target on the laptop.
Check emails at least three a day and make sure all urgent tasks from Head Office and manager are dealt with.
I learnt to prioritise work load. The company changed our ways of working to make it better when it was bought out, I was part of a team who always helped each other sharing best practice.
The hardest part of the job was not being able to see shop owners sometime even though you have booked appointments
The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help a retailer's confectionery business grow – less

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