Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Van Nuys, CA – August 13, 2015
Competitive pay and great benefits . Definitely a great compay to stay with for job security . Cons would be no room for growth from the start you're given a job and thats where you stay at indefinitely . long graveyard hours .
On-Premise Contemporary Sales Rep (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 5, 2015
Best people to work with who look out for each other and work together as a team. Fun job and great for people with outgoing/social personalities. Much room for personal growth and development and lots of opportunities within.
AB InBev, LLC is an amazing company to work for! I am inexpressibly grateful for the opportunity to work here as a recent college graduate. AB InBev epitomizes the ideal company that I would like to make a career at. It is a large company with great pay and they value a good work-life balance. AB InBev fosters a very professional, yet laid-back environment which is good for learning, yet easy on stress. I couldn't ask for a better place to work.
Free beer; Casual environment; You don't have to work under heavy supervision;
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Medford, MA – July 29, 2015
Depending on the job you're looking for there are a series of drawbacks. The overall compensation is fantastic for a job you will most likely get tired of and/or hate. The employees are generally great while the management is insufferably out of touch. The branch manager has been recently replaced which improved the culture to a respectable level. There are a lot of inherent perks working for a global company that has an EMC level box at Fenway, seats at the Garden and numerous events that offer VIP access. If you want to sell your soul for a position as a cog in a machine then this job is for you.
Line Cleaner (Former Employee) – pomona, ca – July 24, 2015
Get my van and tools ready for the day. Get my route done. I learned how to fix draft issues. Management was great and helpful. co workers were great. The hardest part was trying to finish on time. The most enjoyable was being out on the field.
Safety Manager (Current Employee) – Williamsburg, VA – July 21, 2015
A typical day doesn't seem to exist in the health and safety field and that is part of the reason why I enjoy the field. I have learned how to work with all levels of management including hourly employees, how to manage my time effectively and prioritize my job tasks, and develop safety improvements in difficult situations. I enjoy working with people of everyone and like to spend the majority of my time out on the floor. The hardest part of my job is just ensuring I'm using my time wisely because you're constantly being pulled in different directions when conflicts arise. I enjoy working in a challenging field and believe that I am making a difference in people's lives by helping them make it home safely to their families every night.
Awesome Pay, team oriented environment. I was trained to operate a labeling machine. This was a weekend job only. A shift consisted mostly of cleaning machine that were used for production during the week. On some weekends production was heavy and we would produce orders for the next week.
Multiples Positions and Titles (Former Employee) – Corporate – June 23, 2015
There is little to recommend employment at this company. Focus is on youth and superficial talents. Experience, intelligence, professionalism, and common sense are not valued. The ten principles of the company as written are great but the reality is the polar opposite.
No work-life balance, no confidence in leaders, awful bonus payout
The Anheuser-Busch I worked for no longer exists. They were a company dedicated not only to being the largest beer company, but also a company with hear who cared about their employees. Once InBev bought out A-B, they were interested only in becoming the largest beer company in the world and didn't care what corners they had to take in order to get there and employees were just a tool and not something to be valued.
Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 15, 2015
Anheuser-Busch is a great place to work. Everybody is cohesive and gets along well, from coworkers to management. Laid back dress code is a huge plus. Toughest part of the job is determining how to deal with each situation that arises on nearly a daily basis regarding wholesalers and issues. Most enjoyable part of the job are the coworkers.
Great place to work for, learning experience over all.
Lead associate (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – May 26, 2015
As a lead associate my day started out with opening and cash handling as well as all deposits. Some of my day was making schedule when needed. I would all do all receiving of merchandise, tagging and displays of the store.I worked very close with all employees on a day to day bases. There really wasn't a hard part to my job. I enjoyed getting to know customer that would visit us.