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Magasinier cariste caces 1 3.5 (Former Employee) says

"Entreprise très étrange ou tout le monde fait semblant ... aucune présentation,aucune formation, triste mais faut travailler ... et surtout un chef qui n est pas un chef manque réellement d encadrement professionnel un responsable logistique inexistant ... heureusement les 2 cariste quai sont là pour te montrer sinon c est la débrouille on te lache avec chariot puis le logiciel reflex que j’ai appris SEUL à maîtriser dure expérience et pourtant vu le nom du groupe ont s attent à toute autre chose... Cons: Formation Respect Écoute Sécurité"

Manipuladora, carretillea, picking... (Former Employee) says

"Ambiente de trabajo pésimo no le recomendaría el sitio ni a mi peor enemigo, nido de víboras esperando su próxima presa, gente hipócrita, falsa y compañerismo 0. Si no le lames el culo a la jefa no tienes nada que hacer allí. No tengo nada bueno que decir de esa empresa, subcontrara basura. Cons: Casi todo allí estará en tu contra cuenta con eso"

Brand manager (Former Employee) says

"Ужасное отношение к подчиненным. Нет возможности для карьерного роста и профессионального развития. Cons: Очень много"

Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"La incomodidad, incompetencia de sus celos, mienten,todo el tiempo, autoritario Cons: Rrhh no existe, mala actitud ante todo, ceos autoritario"

Quality Inspector (Former Employee) says

"Don't join at any condition due to poor management staff and not provide any clarification during jobless situation so I m requesting to all members please don't join."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"No comment is the best way to describe the culture at Pernod Ricard in Dallas. Never have been in such dysfunction with lack of connection. Everyone sits in their office. Cons: All"

Line Worker (Current Employee) says

"People there are lazy and take advantage of new worker's. You see workers drinking in the locker rooms. Nothing gets done by managment. People just screw around all day making lines go down so they can either go drink or sit around and play cards. I would never recommend a place like this. Only if your intrested in being pushed around insulated and made to feel like your life is worth nothing. This is the worst most stressful most unexpected time iv ever had working. The union is what's helping people mess up the future of the company's and the new generation. These people dont deserve having there jobs. From managment to floor worker's to the HR there all abusing the system. But hopefully theyoos there jobs and get treated the way they treat others Cons: This place sucks"

Invoice coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Management is not supportive, does not listen. No career advancement. Cons: No work/life balance"

Admin Executive (Former Employee) says

"A worst place to work especially under people like P srinivas & Sriram madireddy. Inspire of writing complaint mail against them no action was taken. Not a recommended place to work."

Sales Executive (Former Employee) says

"• Responsible for Spot sales promotion in outlets."

atendo o Presidente da empresa e seus familiares (Former Employee) says

"Nao , recomendo pois o Presidente CEO da empresa e de uma soberba e arrogância acima da media , Frances ,deveriam ser mais educados com pessoas que atedem seus familiares e fazem o melhor para deixa-los satisfeitos , porem é o contrario que se vigora !!! Cons: Nao tem comando, muita soberba e arrogância !!"

Bottling Technician (Former Employee) says

"I did not make it to the end of my 90 day probationary period and was let go for no obvious reason. I acted as a model employee and worked hard and was there on time, taking no time off and saying yes to overtime. The reasoning I was given by Human Resources was the production schedule had changed and they no longer required me, yet they are once again hiring. I found out from another individual that this company has done this to about 150 people in the past five years. That should tell you something about the company, especially considering the hiring process. Cons: Temp service treatment"

Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Employees are not appreciated for an honest hard work"

Market Manager (Former Employee) says

"I would not recommend this place to anyone whom already doesn't work in the Spirits business. Long hours and little reward working here plus the wholesaler works against you!"

Assistant Manager Finance (Former Employee) says

"No work life balance , decent compensation, 5 days working, poor management, people treat you like slaves, poor management policies. Good travel opportunities"

Senior Manager Tools and Capabilities, Revenue Growth Management (Current Employee) says

"A job in the liquor industry sounds like fun but this place manages to take the fun part out and replace it with an old boys' club mentality, stubborn resistance to adapt to changes in the industry, constant reorgs at mid-manager level but no change on top to alleviate pressure from Wall Street and religious adherence to French and Australian employees who lack basic understanding of the US alcohol industry."

Bottle Inspector (Former Employee) says

"Had to go through an interview process that lasted months being tested on criteria that was not even relevant to the job. After being pushed through IQ tests and physicals was given barely two weeks to give my current employer notice to quit and start there. Cons: Prison factory with high school mentality people"

Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Too many re organizations Cons: no work balance"

(SEAGRAM) says

"This company is would second largest compney and this company brand all running and this company working experience best this company administration very transplant"

operaria (Former Employee) says

"levantar cajas de 20 kilos no es muy bueno para un mujer, esto era constantemente, pero uno se acostumbra a todo Cons: muy pesado"

Former Employee - Junior Account Executive says

"I worked at Ballantines PR full-time for more than a year Cons: I thought we had left off on good terms, but it recently came to my attention that the firm was bad mouthing me behind my back. This shouldn't surprise me since that kind of behavior happened regularly while I was employed there. Whether it was talking smack about past employees, clients, or collaborators, the general atmosphere of the firm was catty and toxic. President treats entry level staff like personal assistants Little guidance for entry level staff and interns Unclear goals/objectives Overpromises and under delivers (the optics of this company lead clients to expect over-inflated results, and when they weren't met, low level employees bore the brunt of the frustration) President is willing to throw employees under the bus to maintain her own image Firm seemed to make diversity hires for optics - it was a very white space. I don't know if this is a pro or a con, but I'll list it as a con since it seems to adversely affect most people. This boutique firm and senior management are players. If you do not know how to play the game, there's a high chance you will be used and discarded without thought."

Former Employee - Account Executive says

"I worked at Ballantines PR full-time for more than a year Cons: Company culture is founded on taking advantage of young professionals and severely underpaying them while providing little structure or guidance. Work-life balance is non-existent and you will be beholden to the whims of the founder."

Former Employee - Account Executive says

"I worked at Ballantines PR full-time for less than a year Cons: Founder would over promise clients results without the proper resources to deliver; company struggled with financial management; interns and inexperienced account execs would have too much responsibility without proper guidance"