Compare Unilever vs Diageo BETA

See how Diageo vs. Unilever compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 5225 reviews)
(based on 1366 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Unilever Ceo Alan Jope
94%Alan Jope
Diageo Ceo  Ivan Menezes
89% Ivan Menezes
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Work life balance"(in 376 reviews)
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"Work life balance"(in 248 reviews)
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Featured Review

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Unilever full-time for more than 8 years


It's vision and values are excellent, I felt proud to work for Unilever and everything in stands for. It is not one of those companies who says one thing to it's consumers but then acts differently... internally. The agile working is great, as is the free ice cream (site specific) and staff shop!


Not the highest salaries in the market - people stay because they love the company, not the package. When you do leave you will find it hard to work for just anyone, because you become used to being... treated in a certain way and now have the need to find a company that matches your values

Advice to Management

As you strive for greater employee experience, remember those employees who provide that service internally, they are employees too!

I have been working at Diageo


Unique in how the company and people care about the performance we deliver, the inclusion of all employees plus the impact on communities and society. Genuinely have freedom to determine the impact... you want to have, the way you want to work, and to try out new ideas and build your career. Working with such iconic brands you feel privileged and excited every day to be holding the torch for their future. A globally connected company, that despite its size is only 30,000 people means it feels like a real community and somewhere that is both ambitious and incredibly fun to work at with people you care about.


It is good to see the business making changes in areas that are needed. Being less internally focused and more geared to customers and consumers will make sure we focus on the things that are fewer... and most important, and remove some unnecessary complexity that has increased over time by being too inward looking. Also because it has been so internally driven for so long it can be hard to sometimes see that changes being made in the company are not only essential, they are being driven (often far harder!) in most other companies in order to stay competitive in this fast changing world. Need to keep doing more to bring the outside world in to keep perspective on what is truly important.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what makes this company great - investing in incredible brands, growing talented and diverse people and caring about our impact on communities.

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