Pros: free stuff every now and then, benefits, decent pay
Cons: management and office politics
I worked as a temporary employee for TWE and was treated horribly by the Manager in the department I was working in. Basically, if they like you and you fit into their click, you are in, if not watch your back! It shocks me that a corporation like this would even keep someone on staff that functions this way and treats their employees so horribly, what – more... does that say about TWE? – less
Supply Chain Planning Analyst (Former Employee), Napa, CA – July 1, 2013
Pros: good portfolio of wines
Cons: everything about working there.
Treasury is a very political place to work. Doesn't matter if you are a good employee or not, If you're not part of the circle and don't know how to keep the upper management happy by agreeing to whatever they say, then you are out. Its the most stressful place that I have worked in the last 10 years.
Very lean corporate business model based on analysts, distributor execution and spend per case.
Market Manager (Former Employee), Northern California – January 3, 2013
Pros: great wines, large supplier with extended distributor focus, nielsen driven
Cons: very poor work/life balance, constantly reorganizing and eliminating positions, little recognition
My experience with Treasury Wine Estates was extremely positive for the first 3 years I was there. Everyone had a job to do and you were left alone to complete the task. Groups and individuals were recognized for above average performance and the culture of the company was one of a family all working towards the same goal.
The company went through – more... tremendous change over the past two years and as a result, a more corporate modeled structure was implemented where micro management and analysts were valued higher then sales experience and market relationships. – less
Viticulturalist (Current Employee), Barossa Valley – November 3, 2012
Pros: good salary and including wine allowance
Cons: magagement too top heavy
There are a diverse range of activities to be undertaken on a week to week basis ranging from manual to operating vineyard equipment.
In summer it is very hot work!
As with any work-group, group dynamics is variable.
I would work for T.W.E. again but not in the Barossa Valley as the company has its employees interests at heart but the Barossa Valley – more... Vineyard is a not the best place I've ever worked – less