GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee) – Miamisburg – September 13, 2018
Company cares more about appearance than being a company that cares for its employees. If they can promote a female or a non white for a job. They dont care if you are more qualified and have seniority.
SENIOR RESEARCH CHEMIST (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – September 3, 2018
Great work environment - Excellent infrastructure and tools for better employee performance - Good communication channels that provide an excellent response time - Opportunity to grow within the company
Stable, good working environment and atmosphere
organisational structure changes too often that makes the R&D confusing, focus mainly on cost cutting
A very driven company with many opportunities to advance your career
Finance Associate (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 23, 2018
Avery Dennison is large, very well run corporation. There are many opportunities for career-driven individuals, especially for those willing to relocate. The company allows the employees to feel a part of the success of the organization and recognizes the key contributors.
Fast-paced environment with opportunities to grow and succeed; competitive salaries, good benefits
Business Development Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 9, 2018
There is no long term thinking or focus on development of people or capabilities. Everyone is using all their energy to hit the monthly goal, which leaves no one working on strategy or people management.
Work life and pay is good
Poor people development, folks lack accountability
The work environment was very friendly, the work was constant and fast paced. Very few moments of down time which made the work day go by very fast. My coworkers were very respectful and always willing to help out when there were questions.
Friendly, fast paced work environmemt, pleasant work enviroinment, fantastic manager
Intern (Former Employee) – Quakertown, PA – June 5, 2018
Avery Dennison was a great company to work for, the engineering department was small which did not give you any place to be promoted to unless you wanted to move. The company focused heavily on safety and efficiency.
Avery (in my particular division) is in a state of constant change, which can be exciting and allow for lots of creativity in new environments. Overtime, this starts to just feel like churn with no progress. Great short term gains, but no real value in the long run.