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- Pernod Ricard scored higher in 4 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Culture & Values and % Recommend to a friend.
- Pernod Ricard USA scored higher in 5 areas: Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, CEO Approval and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Convivial" was the most mentioned Pro at Pernod Ricard.
- "Product allowance" was the most mentioned Pro at Pernod Ricard USA.
- Pernod Ricard had 14 more reviews than Pernod Ricard USA that mentioned "Work life balance" as a Con.
I worked at Pernod Ricard full-time for more than a year
A great first job out of university, the culture was relaxed and the perks are amazing: - The role allows for a huge amount of flexibility as you manage your own diary. - Although there is a... hierarchy, everyone is incredibly approachable and you have access to frank and honest conversations with very senior management, who make an effort to know your names. The motto is Creators of Conviviality and this was seen in the countless convivial evenings which encourages networking and enjoying the products. - Not only is it well paid for a grad job, the bonus structure is also very generous. The role I was in also benefitted from a lunch allowance, a company car, phone, iPad and laptop. There is also a product allowance. - A very good training and development facility.
- There seemed to be structural issues with management which meant things weren’t as efficient as they could have been. - It is very London focused, so sales teams across the country are often... missed out, and feedback ignored. - Although there is a diversity committee, and there are some very progressive activities, the company was very white and middle class. I started in a cohort of 20, and of all of us the most diversity came from one girl who was French. The gender split is good though, and there seemed to be attempts to improve this. - There is a set progression route and it is difficult to move out of this.
Advice to Management
- Although there are various support networks, the mental health support system seemed like a box ticking exercise. - There seemed to be a general consensus that people are unwillingly put in roles... in fear of being written off down the line, which seemed unhealthy and unhelpful.