Sales Service Representative (Current Employee) – Hutchinson, KS – February 3, 2017
Get up about 4. Go in and get the product ready for customers to buy. I have learned how to correctly face products for the customer to have a desire to purchase. Management is great have gotten emails and texts saying how great the store looks and how they appreciate my hard work. Learning to self manage time. Hardest part of job is getting up at 3:30am. Working with the people
only part-time no benefits, vacation or profit sharing
Worked hard, improved company, moved multiple times for NOTHING!
Logistics Supervisor (Former Employee) – Buena Park, CA – December 8, 2018
Good company for the most part if you are already in the position you want. Upper management is very shady and deceitful. I was doing a fantastic job and improving every branch that I was put in charge of. Mondelez kept me at a level just under receiving any help with moving costs and knew of my 5 year plan. Even though upper management was planning to eliminate the position I was working towards, they continued to string me along because I was improving every troubled branch they sent me to. Unfortunately I had to pay for multiple moves and disrupt my family greatly without knowing that the position I was doing it all for was going to be eliminated.
Most employees, compensation
deceitful, cares more about improving the company than their employees
I liked working here. However the hours for part time staff are varied and non predictable most days. One day you work 2 hours and the next day you may work 6 hours. They offer no benefits for part time staff, which is one major negative.
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) – Elk Grove, CA – December 7, 2018
This is a stable job for the hourly employee. Management is tasked with an extra heavy load and is expected to make it happen, whether they are given the tools to succeed or not....it will reflect in you raise
Senior Administrator Consumer Service & Logistics (Former Employee) – Deerfield, IL – November 25, 2018
Mondelez split with Kraft Foods in order to handle the International side of the business. Loved the work and the people and dealing with all the international employees. All in all I was with Kraft Foods and Mondelez for over 10 years.
Collaborative environment that allows learning, growth, teaching and productivity to co-exist.
QA Manager, Principal Scientist (Former Employee) – East Hanover, NJ – November 14, 2018
Transitioned over the years from a highly collaborative culture to a segmented functional organization that was less efficient and frankly less fun. Great colleagues and less great Management. Hardest part of the job was maintaining project momentum against the tide of individual production plant mandates and differing goals. The colleagues I worked with over the years were highly motivated, skilled and in general great fun to learn from and work with.
Great colleagues, challenging work, job location was a conveniently close commute. Travel throughout North America, Canada and Mexico was not overly taxing.
Management was ill informed, uncommunicative and advancement within the Quality organization was limited.
Fast paced tough environment built only for those who have a determination to get the job done.
Shipping and Receiving Associate (Current Employee) – Haverhill, MA – November 13, 2018
Hard work but fair pay. Hours can fluctuate depending on the time of year and demand at the time.The training program is a little sparse but the necessary functions of the job and how to do them well can be picked up if you pay attention and have a willingness to learn.
Part Time Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Lewiston, ID – November 12, 2018
Working as a merchandiser for Mondelez was a good entry level Job to get some basic work experience. If you work hard you don't have to worry about job security at all but advancement without a degree is basically impossible.