E. & J. Gallo Winery
Happiness rating is 71 out of 100
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E. & J. Gallo Winery Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Ernest Gallo
    50%
    approve of Ernest Gallo's performance
  • Founded
    1933
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Transportation Management
  • Link
    E. & J. Gallo Winery website
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Marketing in Modesto, CA
on April 9, 2022
Company is great place to work and management is undergoing changes in project management structure to insure we lead in highly competitive market. Work is fast-paced and always heavy. Compensation is good, but may be lagging comparably. No boredom due to lack of work here. Inclusion and support is high overall. People are friendly and personable overall. Working environment for office personnel is good. Most enjoyable part of the job is working on global products that can be found in many countries. Cons involve the difficulty in adding to headcount before it is past due. Biggest negative is most positions must reside in Modesto or nearby. Company needs to catch up with other companies in adopting hybrid WFH models. Since the pandemic, we have not yet been required to be in the office 5 days a week…BUT…many positions that proved efficiently WFH in the last 2+ years need to adopt full-time Work-from-Anywhere policies to attract and retain high talented employees.
Shift Leader in Modesto, CA
on May 6, 2022
Lot of pressure in manufacturing environment. Not enough room for advancement. Lot of new learning everyday. Majority of people at work are very respectful.
Project Engineer in Modesto, CA
on April 6, 2022
The company is a well known and established entity. There is no concern of job risk or loss due to the industry. They have a strong culture of promoting from within and giving opportunities to those who try. They are open to individuals moving to other departments to grow professionally. There is a fair amount of turn over in middle management (not uncommon in the world) and as such there was less than ideal continuity in management and career focus. On the flip side there is normally a rotation of positions open so advancement is more just a matter of time. The integration and breadth of the company also means that there are opportunities in almost every facet of a beverage production company from field management of the grapes through the end marketing, distribution, and sale of the product. The vast majority of the people I have worked with are kind, passionate, and respectable people who want to work through issues at hand and hold the organizational goals higher than their individual advancement.
Software Developer in Modesto, CA
on March 29, 2022
Starting with the positives:The people are extremely friendly. They will go out of their way to help out or have a pleasant conversation. This is true for leadership of departments and C-level.. I rarely run into individuals who will only meet with me with my manager due to lack of seniority.The work/life balance is flexible. I never feel pressured to check emails or work past 5 if I prefer not to. I have been told to go home or log off when it is past 5 more than once. Working late is always by my own accord and weekend work is extremely rare. I have never been denied a PTO request nor was guilted about taking PTO as I wanted/needed. It should go without saying that this can change during large initiatives, but the work/life balance is fantastic for a regular day-to-day.Stemming from the friendly environment, Gallo is also very inclusive of all. There are tons of clubs/groups for any and all who want to participate. Free coffee is available all day. Which is always a plus.Now on to the negatives:There is a lack of accountability. My largest obstacles day to day is trying to get responses and deliverables from other teams. Escalation is rarely helpful as the lack of accountability is usually top-down. This has improved over the last year or two but still has a long way to go.The culture has shifted greatly. While some of the shift has been good, there has been a lot of bad that doesn't get acknowledged. The bad has impeded on some of the positives I have noted above. Acknowledgment would be a great first step for improving.Promotions can (and will) be gated by years of experience. While it can be a helpful measurement, it shouldn't be a hard stop. You may be ready for a promotion after 3 years but aren't eligible until 5. It can be a huge motivation killer and has caused more than one high performer to leave for other opportunities.Pay could be more competitive. That is not to say it is poor, but it is at the lower end for some roles based on market research.There is a lack of remote options. While the IT department does allow for a hybrid model, your in office days are picked for you. Full remote work is not possible for most barring high performing individuals.If I had written a review 3 years ago, I would have given Gallo 5 stars. Unfortunately, it has dropped quite significantly since then. There has been an improvement over the last year or so but it has a long way to go. Even with all the negatives, there is a reason that a lot of people start and end their careers with Gallo. It really can be a fantastic place to work when it is at its best. But for now, it needs quite a bit of improvement.
Merchandiser (part-time) in Lakeport, CA
on March 19, 2022
I love working there. A lot of driving but I love going to different places. I learned so much from the different stores I went to. All the stores I went to were really nice.

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