Assistant Engineer Job Duties (Former Employee) – Manchester – July 30, 2016
In a typical day, like ones in a week the managements come to the common room during lunch time and stays a little longer after lunch to chat with other members of staff. Its unbelievable that they could be this friendly, making everyone express themselves freely. They even make you talk areas of improvements and make you understands that management is not as easy as we see it from afar, that when all staff's gone home they even work late to rectify things. They make you see management as an easy but taunting task in some times and at other times it rouses tension but that its all worth it. -The most enjoyable period of the job is the end of year celebration where some selected members of staffs gets awarded for their performers and quite airlifting that all persons are offered gifts but the earmarked fellows are called out to make a short speech of how it feels being so honoured. -The hardest part of the job is usually at night times of emergency when you will feel all left alone, with extreme frights doing almost everything to curtail issues. I feel like shouting for excitement at this point, beyond all the challenges I faced, the month end often makes me forget them all. Its the time salary paid.
We often gets free lunch, and if you stay over night they do provide dinner as well as take home packs
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Whathaveyoudoneformelatley,NY – September 20, 2016
The Company is always worried about cultural fit. Most candidates don't make it through interview process based on culture fit. The funny thing is no one can explain what the culture is. High turnover and little opportunity for advancement unless you want to live at your desk. Don't let the bar in the office fool you. They have happy hours every Thursday and no one shows up. HR runs the business not the other way around. When HR is in the room you can cut the air with a knife.Stay away. You won't last and then your next opportunity will be in jeopardy based on your tenure with company.
HR runs business. High turnover. Average stay in most positions is one year.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – September 12, 2016
If you enjoy working in a silo with mangers that will not stand up for their employees, this is your place. I left a company I had been with for three years in hopes of making my life better. Heineken brought me in, made me do a job I was not hired to do or in my area of expertise, then fired me for not doing that job.
Manager (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – February 5, 2013
Heineken was always a premium company to work for. They take excellent care of their employees from a compensation stand point. Heineken was under going several company changes when I left to become a stay at home mom however they were diligently working to improve working conditions and make an open forum to discuss issues. Issues included: inconsistant messages and rapidly changing management.
great benefits, compensation and work environment
rapid turn-over (upper management) resulting in an inconsistant team message
On Premise Manager (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – June 15, 2015
Heineken USA has some of the best employees working for them. They believe in working hard and playing harder. Still a family owned company with competitive salary, perks and benefits. Positive work place!
Corporate (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – March 21, 2013
A very dictatorial work environment - management has the "Just Do It" Attitude. Culture of being brave is not embedded in the organization at all. Archaic process and systems and far too many people who've been in the same job for a very long time. Little opportunity to advance unless you play the office politics very well.
Strong portfolio of brands with a solid, motivated sales force
Metro Market Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 23, 2015
Heineken USA provides an opportunity to manage a a class portfolio of import brands and work with an amazing sales force.
The role is managing the city of Chicago. One large wholesaler, Chicago Beverage Systems, handles the brand footprint for the city.
Seeing over a four person team in order to drive sales and execution throughout the market with the wholesaler and retailers.
The Chicago market is an extremely competitive market. A high craft share and craft breweries such as Lagunitas, Revolution and Half Acre. Company Headquarters such as Miller Coors and Constellation brands call Chicago home.
Marketing Coordinator/Promoter (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 23, 2014
A typical day at work is promoting because our mission is to target sales to increase profit. Beauty was the attraction of the promotion to target male customers. I enjoy every moment doing it because you become the center of attention and that tools is a weapon for sales profit and promotional events. I learned how to increase sales in a fast-paced work environment which give me the ability to be a better sales person. Working together with others is essential and mandatory for successful promotions. hardest-est part was none but our goal is sales and the most enjoyable part was, when every customer was buying a lots of heineken.
Productive work place with a nice management structure
Treasury Controller (Current Employee) – Addis, Eth – March 22, 2014
My work mostly relate with customers, insurance and banks; in Ethiopia there are too much paper work and manual way of doing business around banks; that really cost time and energy. I am learning around my work place being patient, consistent and organized. I have a good relationship with my co-workers as well as management. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting too much experience every day because of dealing with many people. The hardest part of the job as i mentioned earlier manual way of doing business especially with banks.
Fantastic business and employment structure with a focus on progressing employees.
Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Gloucester, ENG – November 19, 2015
I started with Heineken UK in 2014 as part of the graduate team. All members of the group of 11 that I started with were given a three month probation period in which to prove themselves as a reliable, hardworking and competent salesperson. In order for me to get into the selection process I had to make the move from Edinburgh to London, which I guess at this point Heineken really knew that I had committed myself to the process 100%. During the three month period with the role of Business Development Sales, I took part in a variety of exercises ranging from simple compliance checks to selling into large buying groups throughout the country. Out of the 11 that started with the company I was pleased to have made it over this first hurdle and won myself a contract with Heineken UK and became a fully fledged Business Development Executive, along with another 5 of my colleagues. Now based in and around Edinburgh again, I was tasked with selling into the University estate in east Scotland and northern England specifically Newcastle, in which I had a great number of successes. Conjunctively with my work at Newcastle University I also became involved in the launching of a new innovative spirit-based cider drink. I took the largest order of this product throughout the UK and helped showcase the sheer diversity of the Heineken portfolio. This allowed me to progress further with the company and within 5 months of joining Heineken I had been promoted again to Regional Sales Manager and would be making another move down south to the Gloucester area. Now I would be looking after a hugemore... estate of pubs/bars to the tune of 450 sites. I had massive success again in this area increasing sales and dealing with many issues on a day-to-day basis due to the lack of a constant representative in the area. Also helping setup for the coming of the Rugby World Cup in the area, getting more installations of Heineken across sites near to the Gloucester Rugby Club. I would most definitely still be working for Heineken UK had it not been for my move across the pond to California.less
Retail Sales Manager, North Florida (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, Florida – October 23, 2013
The best company I have ever worked for. A typical day at work was fun and exciting. There were always new challenges. The managment team and my direct supervisor were top notch. Everyone seemed like a family and helped eachother in times of need. The hardest part of the job was leaving because of structure changes and me not willing to relocate. The most enjoyable part of the job were the people i worked with and the atmosphere the company provided.
URBAN MARKET MANAGER (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 23, 2013
Heineken was an exciting company to work for in many ways. I absolutely loved the environment and the people in the business, we built a winning team in Philadelphia. The hardest part of the job was leaving and the most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with my co-workers and business clients. I learned how to flawlessly execute objectives and directives.