Anheuser-Busch

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Get to work with beer!
Utilities Intern (Former Employee), Merrimack, NHFebruary 23, 2015
Pros: free beer!
Cons: have to manage people with 20+ years in age and experience
The brewery focuses on improving everything related to its manufacturing line from production to utilities to brewing. They expect you to put in a lot of hours but it is a great place to gain experience.
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Went down hill.
Delivery serive rep. (Former Employee), Denver, CoFebruary 21, 2015
They best co-workers. Honed my customer service skills and how to run a route effectively. Was a good company, but when bought. They tried to micro manage and cut jobs.
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12+ Hour Days, 6+ Days per week and Abusive / Profane Language Commonplace
Director Sales and Share Analysis PPM (Former Employee), DenverFebruary 17, 2015
Pros: great beer program, taxi rides, health benefits
Cons: excessive work ours, abusive profane language common, clear 'fraternity' of insiders
The environment fostered by AB leadership is a culture of fear, constantly abusing leadership for not delivering on share objectives. Management talks about simplicity and avoiding over-complexity; however, daily tasks over emphasize excess data, excess analysis and information overload. Inability to focus on key business performance drivers. Internal "fraternity" developed from new regime, chastising new comers, and those who don't agree with work hours and their approach is quickly dismissed as being "f* idiots, they don't get it..."
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Good place to work at if full time employee
Transportation Coordinator Assistant (Former Employee), St. LouisFebruary 10, 2015
It is a good place to work at if you are a full-time employee, and not a contractor. There is a very big social distinction and compensation difference between the two. As a contractor, you can complete the same daily tasks as a full-time employee but get paid a fourth of the salary.
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fun and fast paced, lot of work hours
Special Event Team -Trade Marketing (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOFebruary 9, 2015
got to learn alot on your own and do things for yourself. no set hours but have to work at all hours if need be. do have a lot of perks but the pay isnt well
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Fun and fast pace work environment
Photo Sales Clerk (Former Employee), Williamsburg, VAFebruary 6, 2015
A typical day consisted of standing at the photo sales booth and selling photographic merchandise to costumers as they exit the ride.
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They are cutting back
Electrician (Current Employee), Newark, NJJanuary 30, 2015
The brewery in Newark is losing production. They are laying of many people. Probably wont be there much longer.Not as many Bud fans out there.
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Great for the pay but be prepared for lacking management.
Warehouse Employee (Former Employee), Sylmar, CAJanuary 27, 2015
Pros: great people around. plenty of hours.
Cons: management, back breaking work.
It was feast or famine and it felt like a job that would wear you down slowly but successfully. I find it easier to talk to my co workers and I miss them however, the management needs a lot of work.
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ABSO
Sales Rep (Current Employee), Tulsa, OKJanuary 20, 2015
Pros: working with accounts and visiting with the people
Cons: the zone mgr
Job is wonderful opportunity to work outside office.
Zone mgr is a nit-picker blames everybody but himself. gen mgr is a great person as well as a great director
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Very nice atmosphere,high volume work
LINE OPERATOR (Current Employee), Merrimack, NHJanuary 13, 2015
Pros: safety beer for no accidents and execellent pay
Cons: good breaks
Execellent pay,lots of work skills available,good carrier oppurtunities,
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good company to work for
Merchandiser (Current Employee), TennesseeJanuary 5, 2015
Pros: cdl's
Cons: no comment
A typical day at work begins at around 5:30 A.M.
I learned about the AB business from the ground up
The co-workers are great people to work with everyday.
The hardest part of the job is the physical demands in every climate.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the level of training I have recieved.
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Good for intro into sales
Key Account Manager (Current Employee), Tulsa, OKJanuary 1, 2015
Learned how to deal with different customer bases and problem solving for any situation that could occur. You learn what works best to make for a successful day.
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Productive place of employment
Bulk Driver (Current Employee), Sebring, FLDecember 30, 2014
The most enjoyable part of my job is the interaction with people daily and being on my own!
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Fast-paced, efficiency-oriented workplace
Warehouse/Logistics, Warehouse Group Manager (Current Employee), Merrimack, NHDecember 14, 2014
Pros: hands-on experience and responsibility
Cons: work-life balance, no set lunch breaks, spending more time after your shift is over
A typical day at work is reviewing previous shifts' issues and work, manpower and production plan for the next shift and tasks that need to get completed during the shift. Maintenance issues and shipment issues stand out the most and require much more micro-management than a normal workday. I have learned time management, how to work and to plan efficiently, and communication skills. The hardest part of the job is getting everything that needs to be done within 1 shift, which almost never has enough time or manpower. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting what needs to be done completed and running an efficient shift while having happy union employees.
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Fun team, no work life balance
Business Analyst (Current Employee), St LouisDecember 7, 2014
It's a grind. Fun team, but you will be working 60+ hours a week.
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beverage
Pre-sales (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKNovember 30, 2014
Pros: freedom to organize and prioritize the store on my route
Cons: having to be the middle man when products were not delivered correctly
Take inventory of shelved products, then fill in empty slots with correct items in correct date line. Management was there to help on any problems. hardest part of my job was delivery times. Worked independent and had a daily route schedule. The most enjoyable part was building holiday and store displays.
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government military work
Production (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FLNovember 19, 2014
Pros: job security, pride in service
Cons: pay, freedom while off work
typical navy work. i worked aviation and loved it. but a lot of work.
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Involuntary separation due to outsourcing of work to Agency
Admin (Current Employee), St. Louis, MONovember 19, 2014
Pros: movement is encouraged
Cons: no value for people/experience
The company is a new culture and engagement with the present team will be very low with all the layoffs and decrease in experienced employees.
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good job but issues with management
Merchandiser (Former Employee), RiversideNovember 18, 2014
Pros: good benefits, flexible hours
Cons: poor leadership
The job itself is easy and the pay is decent but issues within the company can make it an unpleasant place to work. Lack of advancement is what made me leave the company. The job consisted of stocking Customer's shelves and taking care of back stock. lots of manual labor and customer relations is required for the job.
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Global company
Office Admin (Former Employee), St. Louis, MONovember 18, 2014
Fast paced environment with responsibilities changing regularly. Opportunities for those with global experience.
Management teams are ever changing to keep fresh ideas flowing in the marketing department.
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