The problems with the job are a result of poor upper management. Suits with no real clue about how their "big ideas" actually fail as they filter thru the system. "Plus outs" or shoving a bunch of extra product down stores throats, leaving the stores angry, and the merchandisers and sales reps dealing with multiple cases of unwanted product and no place to put it, day after day and store after store. And, Kellogg's is cheap on pretty much every level. The hutches sent for displays are thin, flimsy and inferior to the competition. Holiday or special event product is mismanaged by sending too much to stores that can't sell it and then not being able to order more for stores that have sold out. A simple production issue that never gets resolved.
I believe that Kellogg's is being run strictly to satisfy stock holders with little to no concern for customers and or especially their employees. I can honestly say that I have never worked for a company that gave me less than Kellogg's....no benefits, minimal pay, no paid holidays or even additional holiday pay for working them, NO incentives at all. In my experience, they really don't care whether their employees are the least bit satisfied with their job. A Christmas card would have been nice fellas.