Questions and Answers about Mondelez International

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Mondelez International.

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Don’t show up to the interview. This company is stupid to work for.

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Emphasize customer service and communication with store management.

Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA

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Be prepared to tell your interviewer your school schedule so they can take that into consideration.

Answered - Retail Service Merchandiser Part Time (Former Employee) - Stockton, CA

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Make sure you have Descartes to log in your hours and get paid your mileage on your car, also have myhire set up completely so you can get direct deposit and such.
Working here on 3 months now with no direct deposit and no mileage paid. Work in Meridian & Eagle areas mostly. All work hours also not paid. Work 4 get paid 2.

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Be up front and honest on your expectations and experiences.

Answered - Senior Service Representative (Current Employee) - Columbus, GA

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Only jobs left in the area are salesman jobs.

Answered - Truck Driver/Delivery/Warehouse (Former Employee) - Evansville, IN

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Be open, and relax. The management staff are a very good group of people to work with.

Answered - Mondelez Part-Time Service Merchandiser (Current Employee) - Horsham, PA

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Just be honest and let your personality show.

Answered - Merchandiser Associate (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL

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Tell them all of experience you have, where ever you have worked

Answered - General Laborer (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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