Mondelez is a huge company, which employs 90k employees, therefore it really depends on where your are at and who is your manager. Overall, it is a great experience to work forMondelez, however you also need to be lucky with a team.
manufacturing (Former Employee) – Manufacturing – 14 May 2018
Mondelez is a good place to work, people here are friendly and the work always gets done however sometimes I felt I have been left in the dark when the future of my career was concerned and have not been advised in ways I can further my career.
Good onsite facilities
Some of the higher up people try to look down on you
Warm hearted people but frequent restructuring/downgrades
Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Asia – 7 February 2018
Friendly company with warm atmosphere, however recent margin pressures have led to frequent restructures and downgrading levels therefore progression can be a challenge in Senior/Leadership levels. Salaries are also not as competitive as some other food companies.
wharehouse operative (Current Employee) – Birmingham – 23 January 2018
I love working there I haven't been there too long but I would really enjoy having a full time job with this company I'm a very hard worker and a team player I know just how to work well in a team or use my skills as a solo worker I'm also very flexible with working hours and days or mights.and last not least I am a very driven and will get the work done
Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 3 August 2017
The role was very busy at first but Mondelez are cost cutting throughout the business. There is now minimal travel. Hardly any meetings or conferences to organise so the PA role shrunk hence why I left.
Employment Advisor (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 17 July 2017
The processes are clumsy, line managers are nothing but ordinary workers who have proven to be able to bully/push people and most things don't seem to make sense but are simply done because someone has said so.
Chemical Engineer (Intern) (Former Employee) – Crediton, Devon – 18 May 2017
I was given a lot of responsibility and allowed to get involved in a lot of different projects. Not only did I get chemical/process engineering experience, I also got experience working within product development, marketing, project management etc.
Senior Engineer (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 28 March 2017
A generous and proactive company that in no way deserves the bad press that they get in the UK. An excellent 9-5 working environment (with a few late nights but nothing major) and superb company ethics
You learn a lot about team working, processes and there is a huge intranet of learning studies with on-line courses. Workplace culture is non-formal and open plan.
Over recent years re-structuring has made job security a little tense but overall it is a really great place to work (compared to many other industry sectors).
Hardest part of the job was internal politics. The most enjoyable part was delivering critical projects and the people you work with.
A fun and lively place to work with friendly people
Scanning Assistant (Current Employee) – Pensions Department – 17 March 2017
I've worked for mondelez for 12 years now and was initially given the job by Key Personnel, who installed me there as a temp. I quickly grew into the role and was able to make many friends and be confident in speaking to management on the same level.