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I have been working at Unilever full-time (Less than a year)
Amazing management with an insane amount of support, encouragement, and freedom to try your hand at things. I was given real responsibilities for existing reports and a lot of freedom with creating new tools for insight. I felt like I honestly contributed to change, and I learned a TON.
The pay was great until we realized people doing the same job in Vegas, Tennessee, and New England got the same pay and living stipend. It was much harder for students living in Connecticut to make ends meet because their cost of living was so much higher compared to those paying 600$ a month for a furnished apartment outside Memphis.
HR was an absolute nightmare, which was a shame as an intern because so much of your time is surrounded by onboarding, arranging final presentations, and exiting procedures. No one in my class could get anyone to respond unless we got our managers to escalate.
Advice to Management
Outsource HR to a reliable company or
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Unilever (Newark, NJ (US)) in October 2017.
They had two case studies, one with just a partner and then one with a group. They also had two one on one interviews with managers who worked there. Overall unremarkable interview and they still haven't reimbursed me for the costs incurred to attend this interview which is quite frankly ridiculous. I'm going to get my school involved soon if I don't get my money soon, they owe me upwards of $200.