Kerry FAQ

Have questions about working at Kerry? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Kerry.

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49 English questions out of 49

10 August 2020

Does Kerry offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great benefits package, especially PTO. Give a lot of varied experience depending on the role.

Cons

Some roles are pretty thankless and limited in their growth potential. Job satisfaction heavily tied to the quality of the manager which varies.

Advice to Management

Managers need to be promoted/hired on people skills just as much as tech skills.

Great benefits package, especially PTO.

10 August 2020

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9 October 2020

Does Kerry offer massages?

Pros

Good environment, good colleagues, free breakfast and lunch

Cons

Too many layers of managements

Good environment, good colleagues, free breakfast and lunch

9 October 2020

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15 February 2020

Does Kerry have a pension plan?

Pros

Large company, lots of opportunities to develop. Good benefits including pension, discount scheme, salary sacrifice.

Cons

None that I can currently think of

Good benefits including pension, discount scheme, salary sacrifice.

15 February 2020

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30 July 2021

Does Kerry offer parental leave?

Pros

Communication from top management Good maternity package

Cons

Cut throat when making structure changes

Good maternity package

30 July 2021

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19 February 2021

Does Kerry assist with or provide childcare?

Pros

Always busy with loads of projects, demanding deadlines, learned a to cope with uncertainty.

Cons

Over time, I felt that employees (even experienced ones) had become a disposable resource. The periodic optimisation projects had become more frequent combined with new management and reporting structures. It seemed like a combination of musical chairs and whack a mole at times. Timing and luck could determine your fate. Meanwhile Human Resources deployed all the new programes like employee surveys, inclusion projects etc but did not deliver any real additional benefits which would cost money like paid health care, true flexible working time. Overall employee morale and engagement has been declining. Employees do not trust their SLT.

Advice to Management

Company will increasingly underperform in the medium to long term unless the approach to employees changes so that they really feel valued. A major rebuilding of trust is required to counter the cynical view that many employees now hold of all initiatives. As I know there are many other alternative opportunities out there with better conditions and benefits.

Meanwhile Human Resources deployed all the new programes like employee surveys, inclusion projects etc but did not deliver any real additional benefits which would cost money like paid health care, true flexible working time.

19 February 2021

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