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- "Bad management everybody is lost" (in 6 reviews)
- "Leadership is disjointed and direction not clear." (in 6 reviews)
- "Structure is relatively flat, hence limited career progression" (in 4 reviews)
- "bonus and increment almost non" (in 3 reviews)
- "Huge lack of alignment with the acting CEO and marketing management team, possibly too many 'yes' people in posts which means chaos has trickled downwards." (in 3 reviews)
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- 3.017 Jun 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
The benefits and perks are really a lot of fun at this super-premium, family owned and brand-centric firm. Paid tuition, MBA programs, allowance for product purchase, fun events, global travel. The culture can be really good, but see the cons below.
The firm has become super "corporate" in its structure - positions are tiered by grade or level and therefore everything is related to that grade: benefits, product allowance, vacation, etc. It's very marketing based, so the marketing team are the drivers. If you're in marketing, this is the place for you.7
- 1.013 Feb 2016Maintenance TechnicianFormer Employee, more than 1 yearGirvan, Scotland
It was near where I lived .It has service recognition benefits and private health care. They supply you with good quality work clothes.
No real worth seen in workers by management team A sad reflection on place that was once known in the area as good family run employer .Not a happy place.2
- 3.030 Nov 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Amazing company with so many benefits, people are lovely however there is a distinct lack of leadership
Salary for the amount of work you do
- 4.017 Sept 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeLondon, England
I know I can make a difference. The company has retained an entrepreneurial angle and the subject matter keeps it fun.
As a private company I know I can never have any skin in the game. The opportunity to build options elsewhere may eventually be more valuable than the benefit of a family business
- 3.029 Oct 2020ManagerFormer Employee
Wellbeing agenda Decent benefits in line with common corporate benefit scheme
Harder for women to earn promotions High roles in the business and exec board still ''very white and very male'' despite their announced commitment of equality in the past few years Pay gap Toxic environment in some departments in their London office4
- 3.06 Dec 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearEdison, NJ
The company provides good benefits and fun activities through out the year. work and life balance is good (depends on your role and manager).
There is so much politics at this place. They talk about equal opportunity and diversity all the time but it's all just talk. you will only have opportunity to grow if you are part of the inner circle. hard work and going above and beyond is not recognized. most people don't feel save to speak up about these issues and when someone does they either get a push back or nothing gets done because people who discriminate are part of that inner circle.10
- 3.026 Feb 2021Commercial TeamFormer Employee
Team relationships are very strong, uplifting, and inclusive. Continuing Education is advocated and provided. The benefits are fantastic.
The brands have the potential to be outstanding but are often sabotaged by upper management decisions. The HR Department.4