Kerry Foods Work Life Balance FAQ

Read what Kerry Foods employees think about work life balance at the company and make sure this fits your lifestyle. Employees have questions about everything from the work from home policy, overtime and flexibility.

Kerry Foods has a work life balance rating of 3.

All answers shown come directly from Kerry Foods Reviews and are not edited or altered.

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4 English questions out of 4

15 October 2019

How is the work/life balance at Kerry Foods?

Pros

Very entrepreneurial, lots of responsibility, huge scope to the role, can do attitude

Cons

Under resourced, lack of work life balance, everyone cut out of the same cloth, they have little loyalty

Advice to Management

Lead. Take ownership

Under resourced, lack of work life balance, everyone cut out of the same cloth, they have little loyalty

15 October 2019

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31 October 2019

What is overtime like at Kerry Foods?

Pros

Local place to work Multinational

Cons

Non flexible hours. Still working at 5.30 Friday evening Bad wages No pay for over time No extra time off for unpaid over time Expected to know everything about the job the minute you start extremly unfair Departments don't work together Second by second change

No extra time off for unpaid over time

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30 September 2020

How are flexible working hours at Kerry Foods?

Pros

Money is good for the work you are doing

Cons

Your work hours are not guaranteed

Advice to Management

Nothing

Your work hours are not guaranteed

30 September 2020

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10 February 2019

What do employees say about the location of the Kerry Foods office?

Pros

Friendly people, nice office and location close to London. Lots of interesting work

Cons

They like to progress graduates and deglect hard working and talented experienced employees. Poor benefits package years behind competitiors

Advice to Management

Not to focus solely on graduates and to progress non grads so experienced employees stay. Competitive packages should be available e.g bonuses(not just for managers and above) salary sacrifice health assessments and buying and selling holidays.

Friendly people, nice office and location close to London.

10 February 2019

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