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8 hrs ago

Part Time Merchandiser - Fontana/ Rialto – new

Kellogg Fontana, CA

• Organizing, rotating and stocking shelves during each store visit – the platform for providing excellent customer service. This includes following… Kellogg


4 days ago

Part Time Merchandiser

Kellogg Pico Rivera, CA +3 locations

• Organizing, rotating and stocking shelves during each store visit – the platform for providing excellent customer service. This includes following… Kellogg


3 days ago

Full Time Merchandiser/Territory Service Representative-Culver – new

Kellogg Los Angeles, CA

• Organizing, rotating and stocking shelves during each store visit – the platform for providing excellent customer service. This includes… Kellogg


Kellogg Company Reviews

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Kellogg Company President & CEO John Bryant
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182 Ratings
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    Potential to be excellent but only average

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    Current Employee - Accounts Receivable Analyst  in  Manchester, England
    Current Employee - Accounts Receivable Analyst in Manchester, England

    I have been working at Kellogg Company full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good international exposure and a great opportunity to use knowledge of other languages. Supporting internal customers in their activities is challenging and interesting.

    Cons

    Expectation is to work overtime but no recognition is given. Line managers vary in their professionalism hugely and some will try to intimidate and belittle staff when errors are made, often without any willingness to understand underlying issues that staff may be experiencing. Progression is awarded on the basis of perception and often also due to friendliness towards certain managers, rather than merit.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Managers should attend regular training courses to ensure their management of staff is positive, motivating and effective. Experienced staff should have their achievements recognised and opportunities to progress (or at least work shadow) should be equal for all. Managers should also listen more to staff and value their opinions.

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